2802, 2018

New Bill Gould interview in Kerrang!

February 28th, 2018|Faith No More, Interviews, News|4 Comments

The latest issue of Kerrang! features an in-depth interview with Bill Gould on Faith No More’s history and a little bit about the band’s future.

He says:

‘We talk all the time. Are we still a band? I can’t tell you. Last time around, we didn’t even tell our wives that we were making music again, so I’m fucked if I’m going to tell you!’

Bill also gives some nice details on the band’s past – something that of course will be covered in Small Victories, the Faith No More biography which will be published in September.


1104, 2015

Faith No More on cover of new issue of Kerrang! and on Rock Hard magazine CD

April 11th, 2015|Faith No More, News|1 Comment

Faith No More will appear on the cover of the forthcoming issue of Kerrang! magazine.

There will also be an exclusive interview with the band in the publication. Here’s the eye-catching cover:


Kerrang! editor James McMahon tweeted the cover earlier:

Faith No More Followers note that this ia Faith No More’s 14th Kerrang! cover and first since 2009.

And Faith No More also feature in French music magazine Rock Hard. In fact, Superhero features on the covermount CD with the magazine.

(via Stevens Drean)

2507, 2012

Faith No More at Hammersmith Apollo Kerrang review

July 25th, 2012|Faith No More, News|3 Comments

Copyright 2000-2011 Bauer Consumer Media

Copyright 2000-2011 Bauer Consumer Media

Leading metal magazine Kerrang gave Faith No More‘s performance at the Hammersmith Apollo on 8 July an in-depth review in 18 July edition.

The show gets a 4K rating, presuminably losing one K or star for not having new material, as the written review is a virtual panegyric to the band.

It begins: “Then comes an unexpected delivery of flowers. Hundreds of them, arranged from one side of the stage to the other. making this not only the most ornate gig of the year but also the nicest smelling. It would have been a special occasion had the San Fran five-piece just come out and played to make up for the cancellation of their planned headline set at Sonisphere. But ever since their reunion in 2009, Faith No More have hardly done things by halves.”

And its good to see the reviewer extending his scope beyond the mesmeric Mike Patton performance to give the band as a whole its due: “As Midlife Crisis kicks things up a notch. the iconic frontman circles, hunches and lurches around the stage, attacking every note. The band are flawless too, playing incredibly tight, whether they’re smashing through an incendiary Digging The Grave or kicking it smooth on The Commodores’ Easy.”

And the review concludes with a plea that all FNM fans echo: “As thrilling as it is to hear the old hits, lesser-played gems. and as fun as shows like this feel, it’s almost criminal that three years on. Faith No More remain a live only reformation. Especially. when on this evidence. they still operate at a level above and beyond most other bands. Some new music next time, chaps? Now that would be something truly special.”


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