Hall of Shame
Despite now being eligible for the Rock N’ Roll Hall of Fame since 2010, Faith No More were once again overlooked when the 2018 nominees were announced earlier this week.
In 2017, Mike Patton responded to a query about the Hall of Fame from Full Metal Jackie (via Loudwire): “I have no clue. I don’t know. If that happens, wonderful, if not, fine. It never crossed my mind until you just said it. I mean, we’re old enough I guess, right?”
A website dedicated to tracking Hall of Fame eligibility previously predicted that FNM would be inducted in 2018.
Mike Patton to play David Lynch festival this weekend
Mike Patton will perform with Q-Bert at David Lynch’s Festival of Disruption this Saturday and Sunday in Los Angeles. Last month, Patton told Rolling Stone that their performance for Disruption will be a “Lynch-heavy” set, including re-imaginations of some of the director’s iconic, melancholy themes.
“When we played together, before, basically, it’s just been mostly improvised sort of stuff. So, I let him do his thing, I do my thing and then somehow we meet in the middle. For this one, might be a little different just ’cause I think it’s … scripted.”
Roddy Bottum film trailer
You can now watch Roddy in the trailer for his film-acting debut, Tyrel (via FNM Followers). The film is released in the US on 5 December.
Roddy previously told us: “I just finished two weeks shooting a film called Tyrel by director Sebastian Silva. He’s a good friend of mine and asked me to be in his new movie. It is sort of an ensemble piece about a group of guys that go on a birthday weekend trip up to the Catskills in a cabin. Michael Cera, Caleb Landry Jones [Get Out], Jason Mitchell [Straight Outta Compton] and Chris Abbott also star.”
Introduce Yourself in Albums of the 1987 list
Good to see the often overlooked and criminally under-rated Introduce Yourself included in Loud Than Sound/Metal Hammer’s albums of 1987 feature. They say: “Making their major-label debut, Faith No More stamped their brand of funk rock firmly on an unsuspecting audience. Although it’s the last record to feature the vocal talents of Chuck Mosley’s vocals, you can hear where the FNM sound is heading with Big Jim Martin’s guitar pushed firmly to the fore.
The Mike Patton Bootlegs YouTube account has been posting some excellent 1989 and 1990 audio offerings over the past month or so. I know someone you would have loved to have had this at his disposal this time last year when he was researching a book…
Bill Gould and MC50
Bill Gould is enjoying a very short break at the minute before the MC50 tour resumes. The shows have been earning rave reviews and have attracted some great guest performers.
Here’s Bill, Wayne Kramer and co with Duff McKagan in Los Angeles.