Faith No More headed the bill at the Sonisphere metalfest in Getafe near Madrid last night and post-Slayer slayed the large crowd.

Reviews:
Sonisphere website
: “Whether through sobriety, maturity or just a reinvigorated passion for their creation (one that has undoubtedly left a greater legacy on a generation of bands that followed than almost any other), Faith No More looked and sounded the best they ever have. Patton’s earlier stated fears that a reunion would be inappropriate can now be officially laid to rest – this wasn’t nostalgia, it was a truly majestic rock band at the very top of their game.”
Virtual Festivals: “At twenty past midnight, the legend that is Mike Patton stepped onto the stage, itself decorated minimally with just some red drapes, him sporting a dazzling silver suit. His chums had also made an effort to stand out from the black t-shirt & combat shorts hoi paloi, very smartly attired in pinstripe suits with carnations. For a tiny moment, once their welcoming roar had subsided, you could hear a pin drop. And then, for the next hour and a half, they absolutely killed it.”

Videos:
Not a lot so far:

Setlist:
Reunited
From Out of Nowhere
Land of Sunshine
Caffeine
Evidence (in Spanish)
Surprise you’re Dead
Chinese Arithmetic (Poker Face intro)
Last Cup of Sorrow
Cuckoo for Caca
Easy
Ashes to Ashes
Midlife Crisis (with Sir Duke)
Gentle Art of Making Enemies
King for a Day
Be Aggressive
Epic
Just a Man

Encore
Olé/ Charriots/Stripsearch
We Care a Lot
(Merci to Bertrand and the French Faith No More Community)