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1304, 2018

LINKS FOR A DAY 204: Book round-up and more

April 13th, 2018|Faith No More, Links for a day|4 Comments

Amazingly, this is the first Links for a Day post in over a year.

In mitigation, I’ve been busy-—with the book.

There’s been some good coverage in the past few weeks.

Here’s the most recent interview with the Faith No More blog, which goes into some detail on writing the book and what’s covered:

For fans, this will be a book that tells the full story of Faith No More – with new stories, new details, and new insight from band members and key figures. If you want to know how and why the band started; how the various members joined and left; how the band were signed and signed again; how and why they had such success with The Real Thing; how the albums were made; what happened on tours; who nearly joined the band; how and why the band split; how and why the band got back together; and what the band thought and think of it all – and much, much more – then this is the book for you.

And here’s a story from Patton Fanatic.

Remember, you can buy the book from your Amazon store/shop here.

A video of Faith No More playing their scintillating set at the industry showcase at the Foundations Forum metal expo in Los Angeles 1989 has surfaced this week on YouTube via Malochio. The story behind the show features in Small Victories, but suffice to say Metallica and Axl Rose all feature.

102, 2017

Faith No More biography

February 1st, 2017|Faith No More, News|4 Comments

As you may have seen the interview in Punk Globe with the legendary Ginger Coyote, I am working on a biography of Faith No More.

But…it is very early in the whole process. The book is barely started and I haven’t got a publisher.

Having said that, I am aiming to produce the definitive Faith No More biography, one that combines a fan’s passion with a reporter’s expertise. The book will – if it sees the light of day –  chronicle how such a heterogeneous group formed, flourished and fractured, and how Faith No More helped redefine rock, metal and alternative music.

Thanks to everyone who has helped so far, and I will keep you posted on future developments.

And if you have any information, tales, insights, old clippings, band photos, concert posters etc please email me at [email protected]

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