Faith No More front man Mike Patton has again re-iterated that the band have no current plans for a new studio album in an interview with Rolling Stone.

Referring to the appearance at the SWU festival in Sao Paolo confirmed this week, he told the rock bible: “Other than that, we don’t have plans for a new recording or anything like that, we’re just taking it slow as it comes. Reunions can be done very distastefully I think, and we were all very worried about that. But I think we were all very surprised with how good it felt. It’s a tired old script: band splits up, gets hard up for cash, goes on tour and records a shitty record. We don’t want to be part of that kind of history.”

He also confirmed he is working on a new Tomahawk album and that the The Solitude of Prime Number soundtrack will be released in October by Ipecac.