Faith No More’s Mike Patton, Roddy Bottum and Bill Gould feature in a short Q and A in the latest issue of Billboard magazine. And Patton was in sparkling form:

He describes new album Sol Invictus:

“It is a post-punk record with tons of atmosphere. It’s like ELO or The Beach Boys going through a gothic laundry cycle.”

And when asked if he thinks people want to hear a new Faith No More record, he stated:

“I have no idea! Who knows whether they will like it or not? I never wanted to be a 50-year-old guy making music [for] teenagers. I don’t think any of us did. But all I can tell you that is we’re making good shit. I don’t care who listens.”