Another good review
Sol Invictus has picked up another glowing review from English music blog Echoes and Dust. Here’s some of what they had to say:
“Sol Invictus isn’t an easy album to get into and it takes some real effort before it unveils its musical essence and brilliance. It’s all about little details and nifty little twists and turns which make this such an interesting and enticing effort.”
All US posters for sale
The good folk at Secret Serpents have now all the US West Coast tour posters on sale. Check them out here.
As they said in their recent media release: “In 2009 Faith No More decided to regroup to play a handful of reunion shows. They wanted no compromises in quality involving these shows, so they decided to work with Secret Serpents on curating a series of silkscreened posters to commemorate these shows. Since then we’ve handled 28 different posters that have covered all of their shows since. Fast forward to 2015 where they have announced a new record (their first in 17 years!), and more tour dates – their first since 2012. Once again, we are teaming up with the band to create another no holds barred poster series including some of the best artists. Each silkscreened poster in the series is limited to a one-time only edition of just 115 which is signed and numbered by the artist.”
Re-released albums now on pre-order
As we reported last week, the re-released versions of The Real thing and Angel Dust featuring bonus tracks will go on sale through Rhino in June. They are now listed for pre-order at Amazon and elsewhere.
Angel Dust Amazon UK
The Real Thing Amazon UK
The Real Thing Amazon.com
Angel Dust Amazon.com
The other Sol Invictus
I had been feeling a little sorry for folk group Sol Invictus who may find people Googling them getting lost in Faith No More links but I have even more sympathy for British electronic musician John Christian, who released his new album entitled Sol Invictus earlier this month.