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Watch Faith No More Debut “Cone Of Shame” In Tokyo

Faith No More have been rolling out their upcoming Sol Invictus VERY slowly -- first announcing they were at work on the album (their first in 18 years) last September, and only revealing its title and release date earlier this month. They've given us a few new songs, including the non-album track "More »

By: Michael Nelson / February 18, 2015

Faith No More Announce Sol Invictus, Their First Album In 18 Years

We learned way the hell back in September that Faith No More, the restless and reunited metal greats, were at work on a new album, their first since 1997's Album Of The Year. On Black Friday last year, they even came out with a new song, a total monster named "Motherfucker." And now… More »

By: Tom Breihan / February 10, 2015

Watch Faith No More’s Surprise Record Store Day Show At Amoeba

The reunited alt-metal greats Faith No More are working on a new album, their first in 18 years, and they released a new single called "Motherfucker" as part of the Record Store Day Black Friday festivities. They also marked that particular occasion by playing a secret five-song set at Amoeba Records, in their… More »

By: Tom Breihan / December 1, 2014

The Black Market: The Month In Metal – November 2014

If you care about metal, you really should subscribe to Decibel, because as far as I'm concerned, it's not only a source of great writing -- not only a place to discover new music and have new light shed upon familiar music -- but a barometer for the genre. It's the authority, the standard,… More »

By: Michael Nelson / November 25, 2014

Faith No More – “Motherfucker”

The great alt-metal band Faith No More announced in September that they were hard at work on a new album to be released in 2015 -- their first since 1997's Album Of The Year -- which would be preceded by a Record Store Day 7" with an A-side called "Motherfucker." (The B-side is a… More »

By: Michael Nelson / November 19, 2014

Faith No More At Work On Reunion Album

The great, adventurous Bay Area metal band Faith No More broke up in 1998, and though they got back together for live-show purposes in 2009, there was no real indication that they had any new music in the works. But they do, and we'll hear some of it soon. The band is at work… More »

By: Tom Breihan / September 2, 2014

Watch Faith No More Debut Two Songs At BST Festival

After Faith No More reunited back in 2009, they went on a very extensive reunion tour before retreating back into the shadows for a few years. Last night, the metal band -- probably best known for The Real Thing and Angel Dust -- played their first show in two years at London's Hyde… More »

By: James Rettig / July 5, 2014

Angel Dust Turns 20

Faith No More's Angel Dust was my first exposure to the very idea of the Difficult Follow-Up Album, and I'm guessing that thousands of other kids shared my experience. The album came three years after The Real Thing, the San Francisco band's breakthrough. I'd bought The Real Thing on cassette with birthday gift-certificate money, and… More »

By: Tom Breihan / June 8, 2012

Coachella 2010: Die Antwoord, Major Lazer, Flying Lotus

On Friday, James Murphy dedicated "Losing My Edge" to Gil Scott-Heron. For the rest of the weekend, everyone should be covering "Communication Breakdown" and dedicating it to AT&T. Not being able to meet up with your friends because of long delayed texts does cultivate a certain independent spirit, though, and partying with strangers wasn't… More »

By: Amrit Singh / April 18, 2010

Reading & Leeds Festivals 2009 In Photos

This past weekend, bill-sharing fellows Reading and Leeds were tasked with distracting a nation still reeling from the death of its Oasis. Their secret weapons were unannounced sets by Them Crooked Vultures, the tweet-happy supergroup of Dave Grohl, John Paul Jones, and Josh Homme who introduced his band as "Michael Jackson" because he's soMore »

By: Scott Lapatine / August 31, 2009

It Looks Like Faith No More Is Reuniting

According to a horribly lead-burying press release, Faith No More will regroup for a European summer tour. Legacy and latter-day projects aside, The Real Thing and Angel Dust are favorites, so if this is true, we are happy up here. Specific dates yet to be confirmed. More »

By: Amrit Singh / February 24, 2009

More Reunion Talk

We left a bunch (more like a ton) of important names off our list of re-formed bands we think should record new material. Sebadoh, The Smashing Pumpkins, J&M Chain, Crowded House -- yes, yes, yes, yes. And the list goes on. With so many reunions in progress, it?s hard to believe any band could… More »

By: Stereogum / March 16, 2007