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407, 2014

The third coming: Faith No More at Hyde Park videos, reviews and setlist

July 4th, 2014|Faith No More, News|6 Comments

The lowdown:
Faith No More returned to the stage after 103-week hiatus and played a storming set of thunderous hits, less-played favourites and, most importantly, two new songs. The third coming is upon us ,making the band’s sacerdotal garb on stage entirely apt. Do not marvel at this, for an hour is coming when all who are in the tombs will hear his voice.

Reviews:
Metro, the popular London free paper, went big with their review.
“Legendary Californian hard rock outfit Faith No More played a blasphemous late afternoon set in London’s Hyde Park and premiered two brand new songs – their first together in well over a decade. The band from San Francisco, California were playing their first UK show in two years, playing support to Black Sabbath at Barclaycard’s British Summer Time Festival, and took the opportunity to parody the clergy in clerical collars.”

Elsewhere, there was some specialist press coverage of the two new songs.
Consequence of Sound
Blabbermouth

Videos
First up the two videos I posted earlier.

New song 1

New song 2

Some better footage of the second song and the whole encore below

Better quality new song and We Care a Lot

Zombie Eaters in excellent quality

From Out of Nowhere

Midlife Crisis

Epic

Some moshpit action

Photos
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Fr Mike Patton (c) Getty Images and Metro

Set list

Zombie Eaters
From Out of Nowhere
Epic
Caffeine
Gentle Art of Making Enemies
Easy
Midlife Crisis
Everything’s Ruined
Cuckoo for Caca
King for a Day
Ashes to Ashes
New song / Leader of Men / Superhero

New song 2 / Motherfucker
We Care a Lot

 

104, 2010

Faith No More to release new hits compilation

April 1st, 2010|Faith No More, News|57 Comments

UPDATE: Yes, this was of course an April Fools’ joke. Apologies to anyone who was however briefly fooled and thanks for all your comments. I had thought I’d made it obvious enough but I suppose after six greatest hits anything is possible.

Faith No More are set to release a new compilation to coincide with the band’s return to the United States after a 15-year hiatus later this month.

The two-disc new release, entitled Fool for a Lifetime: The Second Best of Faith No More, will be released on 19 April in record stores in the US and at popular download sites. The first disc comprises Faith No More’s minor hits while the second disc, sure to be a must for fans and completists, will feature live tracks recorded on their comeback Second Coming tour.

In addition a Rhino Records spokeswoman has suggested to us that new Faith No More material may be in the offing. Avril Poisson said: “You’ll just have to wait and see on that one I’m afraid. But we do know that Mike Patton is really pushing for it at the minute as he hasn’t been in a studio in days.”

Track listing:
Disc One:

  1. New Beginnings
  2. Death March
  3. Blood
  4. Underwater Love
  5. The Morning After
  6. Smaller and Smaller
  7. Crack Hitler
  8. Kindergarten
  9. Take this Bottle
  10. Star AD
  11. Helpless
  12. She Loves Me Not
  13. Collision

Disc Two:

  1. Reunited (Live at Brixton Academy)
  2. The Real Thing (Live at Download Festival)
  3. From Out of Nowhere (Live at Download Festival)
  4. Land of Sunshine (Live at Greenfield Festival)
  5. Poker Face/Chinese Arithmetic (Live in Berlin)
  6. Malpractice (Live at Brixton Academy)
  7. Jizzlobber (Live at Brixton Academy)
  8. Mark Bowen (Live at Brixton Academy)
  9. Easy (Live at Reading)
  10. Midlife Crisis (Live at Reading)
  11. Epic (Live at Reading)
  12. A Small Victory (Live in Melbourne)
  13. Evidence (Live in Santiago)
  14. The Gentle Art Of Making Enemies (Live in Santiago)
  15. King For A Day (Live in Santiago)
  16. Ashes To Ashes (Live in Santiago)
  17. Ricochet (Live in Santiago)
  18. Just A Man (Live in Santiago)
  19. Edge of the World (Live in Melbourne)
  20. Switch (Live in Melbourne)
  21. Stripsearch (Live in Melbourne)
2710, 2009

Another Faith No More interview: Billy speaks about future plans

October 27th, 2009|Faith No More|11 Comments

The media blackout seems to have been well and truly abandoned for the South American leg of the Second Coming tour with major Argentinean newspaper Clarin today featuring an in-depth interview with Faith No More bassist Bill Gould. Sample quote: “[Clarin] And some new songs?  [Billy] No, no…  We began to practise six weeks before the start of the tour, we had to re-learn some 75 songs  – to be able to vary the list of songs in the shows in different cities and so there was not time to compose.  Yes I can tell you that we have spoken of that, and that I am in favour, but I think we will have to see how we feel after this tour. “

505, 2009

Greatest Hits package now available for pre-order

May 5th, 2009|Uncategorized|0 Comments

The Very Best Definitive Ultimate Greatest Hits Collection is finally available for pre-order on a number of music sales sites. The official release date is on 8 June. It is available for £8.95 at Play.com, £8.99 at HMV, $25.99 at Amazon and for €21.90 at recordshopx.com.

The latest Faith No More hits collection – I make it the fifth after This is It, Who Cares a Lot, The Platinum Collection and the 3-CD The Works (there is also an Epic and Other Hits compilation on Flashback records) – comprises two CDs with the second disc featuring B-sides and rarities.

Michael Bolger commented on our earlier post on the subject that Another Body Murdered was yet again a significant omission. Any other tracks you would have liked to seen included?

Track List
Disc 1
1. The Real Thing
2. From Out Of Nowhere
3. Epic
4. We Care A Lot
5. R’n’r
6. Kindergarten
7. Caffeine
8. Land Of Sunshine
9. Be Aggressive
10. Midlife Crisis
11. A Small Victory
12. Everythings Ruined
13. Evidence
14. Digging The Grave
15. Ricochet
16. Ashes To Ashes
17. Stripsearch
18. Easy
Disc 2
1. Absolute Zero (B-Side On Digging The Grave Single 1995)
2. The Big Kahuna (B-Side On Ashes To Ashes Single 1997)
3. Light Up And Let Go (B-Side On Ashes To Ashes Single 1997)
4. I Won’t Forget You (Rarity Previously Released On Who Cares A Lot? Greatest Hits Album 1998)
5. The World Is Yours (B-Side On I Started A Joke Single 1998)
6. Hippie Jam Song (Rarity Previously Released On Who Cares A Lot? Greatest Hits Album 1998)
7. Sweet Emotion (Given Away With Kerrang! Magazine In 1989)
8. New Improved Song (Given Away With Sounds Magazine In 1988)
9. Das Schutzenfest (B-Side On Evidence Single 1995)
10. This Guy’s In Love With You (B-Side On I Started A Joke Single 1998)

305, 2009

Faith No More new studio album rumoured

May 3rd, 2009|Uncategorized|0 Comments

The Kill Your Stereo website has an unsourced rumour suggesting that a new studio album by the re-formed Faith No More may be in the works.”Rumour has it that the reunited alternative metal legends Faith No More might be gearing up for a new studio album in the near future. No further details are available at this time, ” the report states.

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