Faith No More played their final scheduled US show for 2015 with a short, sharp set at Chicago’s Riot Fest.
More to follow.
The Gentle Art of Making Enemies
Ashes to Ashes
And from Brooklyn Vegan‘s gallery – scroll way down the link below to find more
Mike Patton was wry and fierce, throwing snark at the band across the park and squeezing screams out of his lungs for a good 30 seconds at a time. The pit thrashed gleefully to “Epic” and “Midlife Crisis” and a few new ones like “Motherfucker.” I heard someone say he’d been waiting half his life for this show. I hope it was worth the wait.
The band mixed tracks like “Black Friday,” from their stellar new album Sol Invictus, early alongside hits like their cover of The Commodores’ “Easy” and “Midlife Crisis” during the day’s most physically uncomfortable set.