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810, 2009

Links for a day…(vol. 35)

October 8th, 2009|Links for a day|0 Comments

Hi, its been a while. All pretty quiet on the FNM front but here’s our latest digest. We still hope to revamp the site a little ahead of the South American dates but we’ve been a little busy with the day job and getting engaged and what have you. But the site will have a new lick of paint in the next month or so.

  • Stubbadub have the details of the latest Patton project here.
  • Chuck Mosley will play the CMJ Festival in New York later this month.
  • More Chuck news. The former FNM front man interviewed on Talking Metal. Check out the story on Blabbermouth.
  • More side project news for Bill Gould, who will be guesting on the new album from UK metal band Benediction. More here.
  • And yet more from Blabbermouth. We pointed you to some pro-shot Area 4 footage a few weeks ago and they have more here.
  • A reminder that you can still vote for Faith No More as Band of the Year in the Classic Rock magazine Roll of Honour awards. Vote here.
2709, 2009

Links for a day…(vol. 34)

September 27th, 2009|Faith No More, Links for a day|0 Comments

  • Sorry for the lack of updates lately but a) it has been quite and b) I’ve been very busy. The site will get a new lick of paint and update over the next month or so when I find time.
  • Some pro-shot footage of FNM at Area 4 on WDR TV now up on YouTube.
  • More here and here and here.
  • Stubbadub has the latest on a delayed release date for Mike Patton’s Mondo Cane project. On Patton’s seemingly genuine Facebook page, he reported last week that he was holed up in the studio working on it.
  • From Danny de Vito’s Twitter (via marcus in Comments), a pic of Mike and some of the cast of It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia.
  • Latest Chuck Mosley review from Blogcritics.
  • Louisville band Lords have a Surprise You’re Dead cover on MySpace.
1009, 2009

Links for a day… (vol.33)

September 10th, 2009|Links for a day|0 Comments

  • Finally, managed to find a report of Billy Gould speaking at the Heineken Music Conference in Tel-Aviv from the Jerusalem Post. Sample quote: “Labels used to be in it for the long term with an artist – they’d get signed to a development deal, and the label wouldn’t mind if the first record didn’t sell. The idea was to build a following, and by the third album, you’d begin to see the results of your labor,” he said. “There’s no way that would happen today. If you’re not a hit, you’re gone.”
  • The tour posters from the second leg of The Second Coming tour are now on sale at Secret Serpents.
  • Here’s a generally positive  Rock en Seine review from ClickMusic.
  • And a glowing review in French from MusicPlease here and another from Telerama here.
  • Chuck Mosley interview from the Charlotte Indie Music Examiner.
2008, 2009

More Chuck on the reunion

August 20th, 2009|Faith No More|0 Comments

Very interesting interview with Chuck Mosley on the Metal Insider site.

Sample quotes: “I think it’s [the reunion] great. More power to them. They actually invited me to come out and do the “Reunited” cover with Patton. Unfortunately, they asked me two weeks before they hit the road, and I couldn’t get my passport together. Also, we were just finishing up this record.

“Do you talk to them regularly? Yeah. In fact, the last time they played here before they broke up, Billy invited me to come up and sing my songs. But it was too sudden, and I didn’t want to come out and do it half-assed. I have this reoccurring nightmare of that happening and me going up there and flubbing it.

1908, 2009

Links for a day…(vol.29)

August 19th, 2009|Links for a day|0 Comments

  • Inside the Rock Poster Frame have posted the two latest designs in the superb series of Second Coming tour posters. I will definitely have to get my hands on the Epic video and Guinness-inspired Dublin design by Decoder Ring pictured below.  All the amazing posters from the second leg of the tour will be available in a few weeks from the Secret Serpents Store.
  • Chuck Mosley’s new album was officially released on 11 August. You can request the single for radio play The Enabler here. And the album and some merchandise is available here.
  • Also out now is the new Soulsavers album Broken, featuring the stunning Mark Lanegan and Mike Patton vocal collaboration Unbalanced Pieces. NME gives a glowing review here.
  • Romanian site Adevarul has more photos of FNM’s visit to the Romanian parliament last weekend. And there’s a report too. (Via the always on the ball Patton Archivo).
1008, 2009

Links for a day… (vol.27)

August 10th, 2009|Links for a day|0 Comments

  • More Portugal videos and reaction. There’s another collection of high quality Faith No More videos from their Sudoeste show at the Blitz site here.
  • My good friend Hugo Pietra was at the gig and here’s his verdict on his excellent blog.
  • There is a good selection of the high-quality Hurricane footage featured on German TV channel ZDF theaterkanal here.
  • Pitchfork featured an interview with Doseone AKA Aam Drucker is which he speaks about working with Mike Patton and the controversial British artists the Chapman brothers on a new project called the Nevermen. He also mentions his project with Alan Moore and adds that Mike will be contributing.
  • Mike’s FNM predecessor Chuck Mosley is getting plenty of press attention for the forthcoming release of his debut solo record Will Rap over Hard Rock for Food with Rolling Stone the latest publication to feature an interview. Sample quote: “That said, would Mosley ever reunite with Faith No More? “Oh, totally! Especially with [guitarist] Jim Martin, because personally, I thought [firing Martin] was as big if not bigger a mistake than getting rid of me — just because he had a lot of pull with the big part of their crowd at the time. And he was ‘the personality,’ y’know? There was something people could identify to. After Jim, they were going through a string of different guitar players, and I couldn’t name one of them. That Jagger/Richards, Plant/Page thing was gone.””
  • There is also a chance to listen to the full album on AOL (though it seems to be US only).
508, 2009

Chuck Mosley was invited to take part in FNM reunion

August 5th, 2009|Uncategorized|0 Comments

Buried near the bottom of the Chuck Mosley Cleveland Scene interview we mentioned earlier is the revelation that Chuck was actually invited to be part of the Faith No More Second Coming Reunion Tour.

The article reads: “Mosley says Faith No More invited him to join their reunion tour that’s currently traipsing across Europe; the guys even asked him to sing the Peaches and Herb tune “Reunited” at the kick-off date. But the lost birth certificate and Social Security card prevented him from traveling overseas. “What are you gonna do?” he shrugs. “Sometimes I feel sorry for myself, but I can’t be like that forever. I’m getting too old for that. Plus, when I get focused on playing, all that stuff goes away. It’s not even an issue for me.”

Check out the full interview here.

Here’s Chuck’s latest video blog including concert footage.

Finally, the Will Rap over Hard Rock for Food album release part takes place  at the Beachland Ballroom in Cleveland on Friday 14 August.

(Thanks to deadfiller)

508, 2009

Links for a day…(vol.26)

August 5th, 2009|Links for a day|0 Comments

  • Australian festival Soundwave, which takes place in February 2010 at various venues, wil be announcing its full lineup next week. Faith No More are strongly rumoured to be making an appearance.
  • As Tweeted last week, check out the Zombiehamster Mike Patton mix here.
  • More great Second Coming posters here (Istanbul) and here (Edinburgh).
  • There are now four tracks from Chuck Mosley’s debut solo album on MySpace. There is quite a revealing Chuck interview from the Cleveland Scene here. Sample quote: “But that [drugs]wasn’t why they fired me. They said I quit, and I told them they can’t say that. Then rumors started up on the Internet, and I became a real terrible person. It became a liability on the business side. That hurt me financially when I wanted to get a record deal.”
  • Faith No More resume the Second Coming tour in Portugal this Saturday at the Festival Sudoeste-TMN. FNM are on stage at 23.30. Newspaper previews here and here. A thorough guide from Blitz magazine here too.
  • In other stage times news , FNM headline the main stage at Sziget on Sunday 16 August at 21.30.
  • They also headline the main stage of the Pukkelpop festival on Thursday 20 August at midnight.
  • At Lowlands on Friday 21 August, Faith No More play at the earlier time of 20.15.
  • Via tbeest, Faith No More will have support from Turkish band Kurban at their 12 August date in Istanbul.
3007, 2009

Links for a day…(vol.25)

July 30th, 2009|Links for a day|0 Comments

  • Roddy Bottom’s Twitter update from yesterday about US shows has intensified rumours of Stateside shows. The Noisecreep site reported today that “we’re hearing a tour is in the planning stages, with Tool as the openers. Let’s hope that rumor’s true.”
  • Today Roddy has confirmed the open secret that there will be a date in Brazil. He Tweeted: “Ohmygod, Brazilians, you fervent motherfuckers!! Enough!! Do you think for a second we’d skip you and your glorious country?” FNM have been strongly rumoured to be playing Planeta Terra on 7 November.
  • You can already download Chuck Mosley’s Will Rap over Hard Rock for Food at Amazon (in certain countries). Even without downloading you can preview the album.
  • Via the one and only tbeest, Faith No More will headline the main Alpha stage at the Lowlands festival on 21 August from 20.15 until 21.15.

607, 2009

Roddy Bottum appears on Chuck Mosley album

July 6th, 2009|Uncategorized|0 Comments

The press release for Chuck Mosley’s album Will Rap over Hard Rock for Food, which will be released on 11 August 2009, reveals that Roddy Bottum appears on the album. It states: “Featuring guest appearances from a cast of characters Chuck has affectionately deemed Vanduls Ugenst Allliderasy, John 5 (Rob Zombie, Marilyn Manson), Roddy Bottum (Faith No More, Imperial Drag), and Michael Cartellone (Lynyrd Skynyrd) all contribute to the record. Korn frontman Jonathan Davis (courtesy of Warner Bros. Records), who attributes Mosley as a massive influence, also makes an appearance on the lead single “The Enabler”.

Full release here.

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