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1505, 2015

STREAM: Faith No More Sol Invictus on Spotify in Europe

May 15th, 2015|Faith No More, News|0 Comments

In territories where Faith No More’s Sol Invictus is now on on sale, the album is now also available on streaming services such as Spotify.

I have it on my Spotify here in Switzerland though it is not yet available on Deezer here.

   
 

Buy it!

Pre-order bundles, including limited edition vinyl, are available now via http://solinvictus.kungfustore.com in North America and http://faithnomore.firebrandstores.com in Europe.  Digital pre-orders, featuring instant downloads of “Motherfucker” and “Superhero” available here: http://geni.us/2L7x

1405, 2015

SOL INVICTUS STREAM: AUSTRALIA First Play on iTunes

May 14th, 2015|Faith No More, News|1 Comment

Australian fans can now stream Faith No More’s Sol Invictus via iTunes First Play.

LISTEN HERE

1105, 2015

LISTEN to FAITH NO MORE SOL INVICTUS (Canada exclusive stream via Exclaim!)

May 11th, 2015|Faith No More, News|0 Comments

Exclaim! are exclusively streaming Faith No More’s new album Sol Invictus in Canada from Monday 11 May – and it is now live.

LISTEN HERE

This is what Exclaim! say in their quasi review:

Sol Invictus, the long-awaited follow-up to 1997’s Album of the Year, was recorded by bassist Billy Gould at his home studio in Oakland in 2014 and early 2015, and features the band getting up to some of its old tricks.

Early preview “Superhero” is a vicious affair, rife with chunky metal licks, atmospheric keyboard lines from Roddy Bottum, and Mike Patton’s masterful blend of passionate croons and mad dog barking. Elsewhere, “Sunny Side Up” starts out as a deceptively upbeat slice of wah-wah-employing soul rock, but the band do serve up a metallic chorus that’ll fry your brain.

“Matador” mixes rolling drums, a near-operatic performance from Patton, and elegant, cascading pianos into its epic arrangement, while closer “From the Dead” is a shimmering finale of tambourine taps, California sun-smooched backup vocals and afterlife-minded allegory.

Sol Invictus is released in Canada on 18 May.

Buy it!

Pre-order bundles, including limited edition vinyl, are available now via http://solinvictus.kungfustore.com in North America and http://faithnomore.firebrandstores.com in Europe.  Digital pre-orders, featuring instant downloads of “Motherfucker” and “Superhero” available here: http://geni.us/2L7x

1105, 2015

LISTEN to FAITH NO MORE SOL INVICTUS (US stream via NPR and Pandora)

May 11th, 2015|Faith No More, News, Sol Invictus reviews|0 Comments

From Monday 11 May NPR First Listen is the only place in the US to listen to the exclusive stream of Faith No More’s comeback album Sol Invictus.

LISTEN HERE

NPR also give a mini-review of thr album:

“What makes Sol Invictus, Faith No More’s first album in 18 years, so extraordinary is not only how comfortably it fits into the band’s discography, but also how economical it is. So many veteran bands overcompensate on record, but Sol Invictus clocks in at a sharp 39 minutes. It’s lean and to the point, taking listeners deep into Faith No More’s twisted world, and it doesn’t let up. Its playfulness and aggression intermingle to the point where it’s hard to tell the two approaches apart.

For all the strengths of the album’s first two singles, the gleefully profane “Mother******” and the dramatic “Superhero,” Sol Invictus’ rewards are even richer the more you delve into the deeper cuts. “Sunny Side Up” returns to the easy-listening feel of Faith No More’s 1992 cover of The Commodores’ “Easy,” but instead of straight-faced homage, Patton and Bottum crank up the darkness tenfold; in the process, the song is transformed into a bleak character sketch, with Hudson’s funk guitar adding dry humor. The angst of “Separation Anxiety” will have many thinking of “Midlife Crisis” — arguably Faith No More’s greatest composition — but it creeps along in even more deranged fashion, with Hudson and Gould repeating a hypnotic riff pattern as Patton, the Mel Blanc of rock music, snarls menacingly.

Faith No More’s heavy-metal roots are on full display in the roaring “Cone Of Shame,” while “Rise Of The Fall” contrasts a Kurt Weill-esque arrangement (and an earworm of a melodica hook) with Bordin’s thunderous, martial beats. “Black Friday” is the strangest departure on Sol Invictus, as it alternates between upbeat acoustic guitar and explosions of fury and distortion that echo the Pixies. On the other hand, “Matador” bursts with cinematic grandeur; the entire band rises to the occasion, from Patton’s powerhouse performance to Bordin’s tribal thuds. It’s a wonderful climax to an album that, honestly, has no business being as memorable and exhilarating as it is.”

Pandora will also be streaming the album from 13 May.

Sol Invictus is released in the United States on 18 May.

Buy it!

Pre-order bundles, including limited edition vinyl, are available now via http://solinvictus.kungfustore.com in North America and http://faithnomore.firebrandstores.com in Europe.  Digital pre-orders, featuring instant downloads of “Motherfucker” and “Superhero” available here: http://geni.us/2L7x

1105, 2015

LISTEN to FAITH NO MORE SOL INVICTUS STREAM (Brazil exclusive stream on Folha de Sao Paulo)

May 11th, 2015|Faith No More, News|0 Comments

The Folha de Sao Paulo newspaper site is exclusively streaming Faith No More’s new album Sol Invictus in Brazil from Monday 11 May.

Sol Invictus is released in Brazil on 18 May.

Buy it!

Pre-order bundles, including limited edition vinyl, are available now via http://solinvictus.kungfustore.com in North America and http://faithnomore.firebrandstores.com in Europe.  Digital pre-orders, featuring instant downloads of “Motherfucker” and “Superhero” available here: http://geni.us/2L7x

805, 2015

Faith No More on Yahoo! Live tonight – all the details

May 8th, 2015|Faith No More, News|3 Comments

Faith No More’s show at the Filmore in Detroit will be streamed live by Yahoo! Live tonight.

Watch here

Show times:

Detroit 21:15
Chicago 20:15
New York 21:15
San Francisco 18:15
Santiago, Chile 22:15
Sydney, Australia 11:15 (9 May)
London, UK 02:15 (9 May)
Paris, France 03:15 (9 May)

605, 2015

Detroit show: tickets available and live stream

May 6th, 2015|Faith No More, News, Tour dates|0 Comments

Faith No More have announced that new tickets have been released for their Friday night show at the Filmore in Detroit.

Get tickets here

And a reminder that the show will be streamed on Yahoo! Live.

The stream will be platform-agnostic so viewable on mobile devices, desktops and on some “smart” TVs.

605, 2015

Sol Invictus to stream on NPR 11 May and Pandora 13 May

May 6th, 2015|Faith No More, News|0 Comments

Fans will be able to hear the new Faith No More album Sol Invictus from 11 May after streaming details were announced today.

First up we have more details of the Detroit Yahoo! streaming.

The band will be live streaming their May 8 concert from Detroit via Yahoo! Live at 9:15 pm eastern:  https://bit.ly/1bQZvmu.

The show, which will be broadcast from The Fillmore, is one of the band’s first North American performances since 2010 and is part of a string of sold out dates by the Bay Area outfit.  Faith No More returns to North America in late July with a dozen additional dates including an August 5 performance at Madison Square Garden and a headlining spot at Heavy Montreal on August 8.  Bumbershoot recently announced Faith No More as one of the headliners of the venerable Seattle festival.

NPR stream

Sol Invictus will be streaming in its entirety via NPR on Monday, May 11, with Pandora giving listeners an early listen as of May 13.  Exclaim will be streaming the album for Canada. The band performs on The Tonight Show on May 13, with the late night TV appearance being Faith No More’s first since 1995.

Pre-order bundles, including limited edition vinyl, are available now via http://solinvictus.kungfustore.com in North America and http://faithnomore.firebrandstores.com in Europe.  Digital pre-orders, featuring instant downloads of “Motherf***er” and “Superhero” available here: http://geni.us/2L7x.

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