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409, 2015

VIDEOS: Faith No More live at Jimmy Kimmel pro-shot videos

September 4th, 2015|Faith No More, News|1 Comment

Faith No More played a five-song set at their Jimmy Kimmel live taping last night.

Here’s the official videos of Sunny Side Up and Separation Anxiety

Setlist

Sunny Side Up
Separation Anxiety
Cone of Shame
Ashes to Ashes
Superhero

 

 

 

 

2504, 2015

Faith No More at the Wiltern night 3: setlist, poster, videos, DeVito

April 25th, 2015|Faith No More, News, Tour dates|5 Comments

Faith No More finished their stint in LA with another cracking show at the Wiltern. The band played four new songs from Sol Invictus and gave Be Aggressive a first play since 2012.

Friend of the band Danny DeVito also made a guest appearance.
via Isaac

Danny DeVito chilling in the middle of a Faith No More concert #faithnomore #losangeles

A photo posted by Isaac Bonyuet (@isaacbonyuet) on

Videos

Poster

  By Huck Gee

Setlist

via @JackEight77, @tbrandao Sol Invictus From Out of Nowhere Caffeine Evidence Epic Sunny Side Up Surprise! You’re Dead Midlife Crisis Last Cup of Sorrow Gentle Art of Making Enemies Easy Be Aggressive King For A Day Ashes to Ashes Superhero Motherfucker Digging the Grave This Guy’s in Love with You

2404, 2015

Was Duff McKagan the Gimp at Faith No More’s second LA show? Now with video

April 24th, 2015|Faith No More, News, Other bands|9 Comments

Mike Patton joked that the Gimp – the leather-clad character who has been accompanying Faith No More on its live shows in 2015 – for their second Wiltern show on Wednesday night was former Guns N’ Roses bassist Duff McKagan. And we’ve seen had it confirmed from a variety of sources that Duff was indeed the Gimp on this occasion.

McKagan – a great social media presence and a gifted writer in his post-GNR career – tweeted a photo of himself dressed as The Gimp:

And Faith No More also hailed the Gimp on Facebook after the show and the Gimp definitely looks like Duff

Here is video evidence 

Our man Thiago tweeted during the show

Also in attendance was New Zealand singer Kimbra (guest vocalist on that huge Gotye song from 2013)!

Patton killing at the Wiltern. YES. #faithnomore

A photo posted by Kimbra (@kimbramusic) on

2304, 2015

Faith No More at the Wiltern Los Angeles night 1: setlist, videos etc

April 23rd, 2015|Faith No More, News, Tour dates|0 Comments

Faith No More took to the City of Angels for the first of three nights at the Wiltern. And Black Friday got its live debut making it 9 out of 10 songs from the new album Sol Invictus performed on the tour so far.

And here it is

Meanwhile, Korn’s James “Monky” Schaffer was at the show

Great time with @nspired1 @thewiltern @faithnomore That band is Kool as fuck. Always and forever Chaos!

A video posted by James ‘Munky’ Shaffer (@munky_korn) on


Poster by Alan Forbes

Setlist
via @tbrandao and @mxdwn

Motherfucker
From out of nowhere
Caffeine
Evidence
Epic
Sunny Side Up
Get Out
Midlife Crisis
Everything’s Ruined
Gentle Art…
Easy
Spirit (with Gimp)
King for a Day
Ashes to Ashes
Superhero

Sol Invictus
Separation Anxiety
This Guy…
Black Friday

2204, 2015

Extra Faith No More Los Angeles tickets available

April 22nd, 2015|Faith No More, News|2 Comments

The band have just announced that there are extra tickets available for their Wiltern show tonight.
Get them here

 

2104, 2015

LA Weekly revisits Faith No More-Red Hot Chili Peppers feud

April 21st, 2015|Faith No More, News, Other bands|4 Comments

Ahead of Faith No More‘s three-night residency at Los Angeles’ Wiltern, the LA Weekly has published a piece on the infamous feud between FNM and the City of Angel’s Red Hot Chili Peppers.

Younger fans may not remember when the Chilis were a generally respected alternative outfit before they became very successful soft rockers in the late 1990s and there were a lot of comparisons between The Real Thing-era FNM and Blood Sugar Sex Magik-era Chilis. Indeed, both outfits were accused of stealing the other’s look and sound at various stages leading to a long-running war of words between Mike Patton and Anthony Kiedis in particular.
2015-04-21 15_56_18-Do Faith No More and the Red Hot Chili Peppers Still Hate Each Other_ _ L.A. Wee
Personally, I think the feud was overstated, that it was possibly more a case of Mr Bungle v the Chilis and that Patton’s quote that “I bet we’d have a warm embrace if we saw each other now” is more representative of feelings between the bands.

901, 2011

Links for a day…(vol. 73)

January 9th, 2011|Links for a day|65 Comments

  • There’s a DVD out of my favourite FNM show of 2010 – their Optimus Alive show in Lisbon. Not sure how official this is but it looks professional. (via Firsa on comments)
  • On the same subject, (via Ana) Faith No More at Optimus voted Portugal’s concert of 2010 by Blitz magazine.
  • Faith No More Los Angeles second night poster now on sale from Secret Serpents.
  • More HD video form the Hollywood Palladium from joepagejr
  • My mate Brian alerted me to this fan video for Crack Hitler.
712, 2010

Faith No More Hollywood HD videos

December 7th, 2010|Faith No More, Video vault|2 Comments

via joepagejr

More videos at jopagejr’s YouTube channel and show him some love as his flight to the Chile show was cancelled.

412, 2010

Faith No More at Hollywood: the reviews

December 4th, 2010|Faith No More, News|21 Comments

Faith No More’s US goodbye, for now at least, at the Hollywood Palladium this week may not have rocked the mainstream media but it did attract a lot of local media and specialist music media interest.

Leading our review round-up is “our own” Wanderlusting aka Karina Halle in Consequence of Sound, capturing the fin de siècle fever of the occasion.
Sample quote: “No wonder then that when Patton was crowd-surfing, the audience literally would not let him go, no matter how hard he was screaming and kicking. They were like a crowd of starving zombies, wanting more than he could give ever them. I didn’t blame them – no one here wanted to say goodbye. Maybe we could just keep him for one more night.”

OC Register: “Faith No More powerful at the Palladium”
Sample quote: “A stellar “Everything’s Ruined,” during which Jon Hudson really proved his mettle with distorted guitar sounds, and “Helpless,” replete with Patton’s crazy whistling and yelping, made their tour debuts here. Danny DeVito even danced across the stage at one point.”

Artistdirect: Faith No More – The Palladium – Hollywood
Sample quote: “Even with such a transcendent conclusion, “Helpless” still sticks out in this writer’s mind. Patton chanted “Help” over and over again upon the song’s finale, but it’s ironic. Faith No More don’t need any help from anyone. They changed the face of music forever for the better. They started a revolution that led to the formation of countless bands and another life for hard rock. They started it on their own terms, and they’ll end it that way as well.”

Brooklyn Vegan: Faith No More played 2 LA shows (pics, video, setlists), say they ‘will not exist after tonight’

Mxdwn – It’s It – Faith No More Live at the Palladium
Sample quote: “As a rock-and-roll band they never stopped redrawing the boundaries of what we consider “rock” or what they wanted it to be. They kept following that impulse, to reach beyond what was possible, what they couldn’t have. The results are without question. They are quite possibly the greatest rock group of our generation. The only bad thing? That they seem to be going their separate ways again.”

Photo slideshows:
LA Weekly
Soundspike

212, 2010

Hollywood highlights part 2: Kiss and Say Goodbye, Sparks and Pristina

December 2nd, 2010|Faith No More, Video vault|53 Comments

Another hugely mixed up set list for the second Hollywood night and final night of the US leg of the Second Coming tour. Here are some video highlights.
Manhattan/Barry White cover Kiss and Say Goodbye

(via tbrandao)

This Town Ain’t Big Enough for Both of Us featuring Sparks

Pristina with stage dive

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