It's 1994. Jim Martin has been fired from Faith No More via fax, Mr Bungle's Trey Spruance has taken his place on guitar, Roddy Bottum is absent from most the songwriting and King for a Day is the result. Note: This episode is pieced together from multiple recordings occurring between 19/3 - 2/4/20. This was to keep FNM news up to date. Any Covid-19 talk happened in the earlier phases and is already outdated. Please forgive anything that sounds like ignorance or misinformatio
Faith No More released their fifth studio album King For A Day Fool For A Lifetime Twenty five years ago in March 1995. Faith No More's album King For A Day Fool For A Lifetime did initially not find the same critical acclaim as it's predecessor when it was released in 1995. It received mixed reviews but has has since become revered by fans and critics alike.
Here are a collection of reviews from major music publications all over the world. Kerrang! | February 1995 | KKKKK
Faith No More's fifth studio album was released twenty five years ago in March 1995. The Making Of King For a Day Fool For A Lifetime This is the story of how Faith No More's compelling and brilliant fifth album King For a Day Fool For A Lifetime was recorded. This article was written with the help of the band, referencing interviews with band members and those who were involved. To Create You Must First Destroy The friction between five diverse personalities that created the
Every band goes through a crisis. Someone leaves, someone f**ks up, someone dies. Something happens to make the rest of the band wonder if it's worth carrying on. Faith No More thought about splitting up in 1993. Royal Flush by Mike Peake They'd just finished a rock-till-ya-drop, not entirely pleasant world tour supporting their 'Angel Dust' LP. Four of the band were,to put bluntly, pig sick of the fifth man - Jim Martin - and keyboard player Roddy Bottum was going through hi
Faith No More officially began their tour of King For A Day Fool For A Lifetime in the UK twenty five years ago RAW Magazine | Issue 171 | March 1995
Childish by Neil Jeffries
WEIRD. REALLY. Weirder than usual, even. A lighting stand that falls over. A keyboard gremlin. A guitar gremlin. But weirdest of all, a singer seemingly hell bent on self-destruction. And no, I'm not talking about his periodic bouts of shadow-wrestling when he throws himself to the stage ... I refer in
Faith No More played their first show of the King For A Day Fool For A Lifetime tour twenty five years ago. Raw | Issue 171 Silly Old Trout by Dave Ling
FAITH HO MORE warmed up for their, er, warm-up tour at the Windsor Old Trout. DAVE LING pulls up a ringside seat.
A FEW days before the start of Faith No More's UK tour, the band played a low-key date at, of all places, The Old Trout in Windsor.
Billing themselves as NEW FAT BASTARDS, the show took place before just 200 peo
The first single from Faith No More's fifth studio album King For A Day Fool For A Lifetime was released on February 28th 1995. Twenty five years ago we were awaiting the arrival of the new Faith No More record King For A Day Fool For A Lifetime - several nervous ideas were pulsating around our brain boxes. Would it measure up against it's masterpiece of a predecessor Angel Dust ? How would it work out without the grinding axe work of big sick and ugly guitarist Jim Martin?
Faithful Brits rewarded as 'Frisco gods blast back with intimate club tour! Plus, exclusive news on the new FNM LP and axeman! Kerrang | Issue 531 | 04.02.1995 | Steffan Chirazi
Thanks a million! Faith No More's fantastic return! FAITH NO MORE are set to announce details of their forthcoming UK tour! And Kerrang! can reveal that the band's first Brit dates since the 1993 Phoenix Festival will be the ultimate in 'Intimate', with nearly all shows to take place at venues with le