Another day, another Patton project.
Less than one week after the release of the self-titled Nevermen release, Ipecac have announced that Patton will return on 1 April with is Patton/Kaada project. Patton will again team up with Norwegian composer John Kaada for their first collaborative album in 12 years, Bacteria Cult.
“Working with John Kaada on this latest release was an honor and pure pleasure,” Mike Patton says in a press release. “His compositions have always resonated deeply with me and his orchestral arrangements for this project are harmonically dense and delicious! Each individual piece is so well constructed and inventively assembled that my vocal passages practically sang themselves. I’m hoping very much that we can seduce some eardrums and welcome listeners into this lush sonic ‘otherworld.’”
Bacteria Cult track list:
1. Red Rainbow
2. Black Albino
3. Peste Bubonica
6. A Burnt Out Case
8. Fountain Gasoline
Patton sings Bowie
Well sort of. Mike Patton is also providing backing vocals for Mark Kozelek’s Mark Kozelek Sings Favorites project. The record is out through Caldo Verde Records on 27 May.
And you can hearing Mike’s background vox on David Bowie cover Win now:
Bill Gould is also making the most of this FNM hiatus and he’s teaming up again with Faith No More manager Tim Moss for Moss’s Porn project.
Bill joins Tim and Dale Crover (ex-Melvins) for a one-off gig in San Francisco on 6 February.
The latest Porn post states:
“For this San Francisco show, Moss will be uniting Bill Gould Faith No More and Dale Crover (the) Melvins, two musicians who have both toured with Porn in different lineups. This will be the first time they play together. Porn will be performing a special soundtrack of music created just for this show.”
BBC 6 Music Cares a Lot
Faith No More made the news in the UK this morning when BBC 6 Music kicked off their Breakfast Show with We Care a Lot. The song presaged BBC radio 2 light entertainment presenter Jeremy Vine briefly stepping in to present the 6 Music show in the absence of ill regular presenter Shaun Keaveney.
The Independent reported:
BBC 6 Music listeners were left confused on Wednesday morning when Jeremy Vine opened the Breakfast Show in place of usual presenter Shaun Keaveny.
“Well, good morning and welcome to 6 Music Breakfast. [Keaveny] is off today, it’s a bit of a sniffle and a snuffle, so the brave little soldier is tucked up in bed,” Vine told listeners.
“They called me and they said ‘Can you come in because Sean wants you to sit in the golden chair?’ I’m so proud.”
The presenter then proceeded to “rock this joint” by kickstarting the day’s music with a track from American band Faith No More.
Via our friends at FNM4ever a great multicam video of Faith No More’s 2015 show in Luna Park, Argentina.