FNM returned to Philly on Fourth of July eve for another superb show. A similar set list to the first night in Brooklyn with Worm and We Care a Lot replaced by Digging the Grave.
Patton on ladder during Just a Man
Philadelphia City Paper: “Something felt unfulfilled. The energy was high, but goddamn, this is Faith No More. Then, in the midst of “Epic,” when Patton is standing with his perfect posture and his stone glare on the audience, it hits you: goddamn, this is Faith No More, after 12 years, and that itself is theatrical enough.”
Philadelphia Inquirer: “They were at their best when their mutant-metal eclecticism gave way to more focused explorations: The soulful “Evidence” and piano-pop cover of the Commodores’ “Easy” were the night’s highlights, and made the pile-driving riffs and Patton’s black-metal growl all the more effective when they returned.”
From Out of Nowhere
Chinese Arithmetic (featuring Rahzel)
Surprise! You’re Dead!
Last Cup of Sorrow
The Gentle Art of Making Enemies
Ashes to Ashes
King for a Day
Just A Man
Chariots of Fire/ Stripsearch
Digging the Grave