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2610, 2015

CONCERT: Faith No More at Aftershock setlist, video and more

October 26th, 2015|Faith No More, News|14 Comments

Faith No More definitively wrapped up their stunning 2015 – new chart-topping album, US and world tours,  new music video – with a final show at the Aftershock festival at the Gibson Ranch, Elverta in California.

I got married in Sacramento. A photo posted by Roddy Bottum (@roddybottum) on

@faithnomore closed the night out with an amazing set!! What an incredible weekend!!! @monstermusic #aftershock Photo @stephaniedcabral

A photo posted by Aftershock Concert (@aftershockconcert) on

Setlist

Here is the full list:
Motherfucker
Be Aggressive
Caffeine
Evidence
Epic
Sunny Side Up
Midlife Crisis
Gentle Art of Making Enemies
Easy
Separation Anxiety
Ashes to Ashes
Superhero

We Care Alot
Just a Man

 

Videos

From Five Finger Death Punch bassist Chris Kael:

 

2310, 2015

New Faith No More album: 1990 bootleg appears on Spotify and Amazon

October 23rd, 2015|Faith No More, News|3 Comments

Signposted as a new release under Faith No More in Spotify, a bootleg of a 1990 FNM concert has got an improbable wide release this October.

Stirring the Calm, a a straight-up bootleg of Faith No More’s performance on Friday, 9 November 1990 at magazine RIP’s fourth birthday bash at the Hollywood Palladium, Los Angeles. As documented here by Andrew’s Faith No More Gig Database.

The album blurb on Amazon reads:

An appearance at RIP Magazine s birthday party came during the peak of this critical period in the band s history. Held at the Hollywood Palladium on the 9th of November 1990 and broadcast live by KNAC-FM, the show saw Faith No More run through the best of both The Real Thing and Introduce Yourself to a raucous, celebratory audience. It s a fascinating snapshot of an unrivalled band at the zenith of their career, and will be essential listening for fans of Faith No More, those just discovering the group, and music lovers who want to understand and experience the evolution of metal from one of the genre s most important progenitors.

The gig was selected at number 6 in the Kerrang! 100 Greatest Gigs Of All Time published in July 1997.

The album is released on Refractor Records though Napster (remember them?) have it listed under Gonzo.

More news on this odd release when we have it.

Oh – and here’s the full show on video

2010, 2015

WATCH: Faith No More Sunny Side Up video

October 20th, 2015|Faith No More, News|10 Comments

Faith No More have released their first music video in 17 years – with a new short for Sol Invictus cut Sunny Side Up released on 20 October.

We had a brief Twitter exchange with director Joe Lynch

And we’ll have a full interview with the talented director in the next few days.

 

Video Credits
Directed by: Joe Lynch
Produced by: Sarah Elbert
Executive Producer: Sam Balcomb
Production Company: Rainfall Films
Cinematography by: Will Barratt

Cast
“Mike Patton” – Richard Johnson
“Billy Gould” – Robert Axelrod
“Jon Hudson” – Bruce Nehlsen
“Mike Bordin” – Buddy Daniels
“Roddy Bottom” – Roger Browne

1210, 2015

LINKS FOR A DAY 192: Bill Gould interview, Dan Boyle, Faith No More beer

October 12th, 2015|Links for a day|10 Comments

Bill Gould interview

Here’s a great and expensive interview with Faith No More with Dr Drop on an ALT & INDIE ROCK interview special.

Listen in full here:

And check out their competition to win Sol Invictus on vinyl here

Faith No More beer

Bill may soon be quenching his thirst to Faith No More beer. This FNM Irish Red Ale sounds divine:

Recent round-up

Faith No More Followers have picked up the slack in my recent fallow period – and here is their most recent round-up.

Dan Boyle on tour with FNM

The mainstream media has caught up with the FNM blogosphere on Dan Boyle’s summer tour with Faith No More.
Here’s the New York Post take.

“As silly as it sounds, it was an amazing experience,” says Boyle of his gig, which took him to DC, Philly, Boston and NYC. “[Being a roadie is] a thankless job, but an important job. It’s not that different from what [the Rangers’] trainers do for us!” Duties included toting instruments, setting up the stage, and dispensing VIP tickets.”

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