Biography

Faith No More, who reunited in 2009 for a series of sold out performances and international festivals, is currently recording their first full-length album since 1997’s Album of the Year.

A limited edition (5000 copies) 7-inch single of the song “Motherfucker” will precede the April 2015 release, available via Record Store Day’s Black Friday event (Nov. 28). The single will be released digitally on Dec. 9.

"We’ve always shared a chemistry between ourselves that’s unique to this band, but these past few years of touring together have made us aware that we not only play better as a unit, but we like the new stuff we’re coming up with,” explained Faith No More founder and bass player, Bill Gould, who also spoke with Rolling Stone in more detail (http://www.rollingstone.com/music/news/faith-no-more-to-release-first-album-in-18-years-plot-u-s-tour-20140902). “So we’ve decided: we’re going to get busy in 2015…make an album we’re proud of, kick things up a notch, get out there and perform it and maybe even dedicate a little more focus to our fans in the States this time."

The as-of-yet untitled album is being recorded in an Oakland, Calif. studio with Gould handling production. The release will be the first from Faith No More’s newly formed imprint, Reclamation Recordings, which will be distributed by Ipecac Recordings.

Prior to the new album’s release, Faith No More will headline Australia’s Soundwave Festival in February 2015. Worldwide tour dates will be announced soon.

Faith No More is Mike Bordin (drums), Roddy Bottum (keyboards), Bill Gould (bass), Jon Hudson (guitar) and Mike Patton (vocals).

Releases

Cover forMotherfucker 7
Motherfucker 7"
Cover forSol Invictus
Sol Invictus
Cover forSuperhero 7
Superhero 7"

Upcoming Tour Dates

Date Location Venue  
Feb. 22, 2021 Christchurch, New Zealand Horncastle Arena
Feb. 24, 2021 Auckland, New Zealand Spark Arena
Feb. 26, 2021 Brisbane, Australia Brisbane Entertainment Centre
Feb. 27, 2021 Sydney, Australia QUDOS Bank Arena
Mar. 1, 2021 Melbourne, Australia Rod Laver Arena
Mar. 4, 2021 Adelaide, Australia Adelaide Entertainment Centre
Mar. 6, 2021 Perth, Australia RAC Arena
May 21, 2021 Los Angeles, CA Banc of California Stadium more
May 22, 2021 Los Angeles, CA Banc of California Stadium more
June 7, 2021 Manchester, United Kingdom O2 Apollo Manchester
June 8, 2021 Manchester, United Kingdom Manchester Apollo
June 9, 2021 Glasgow, United Kingdom O2 Academy Glasgow
June 11, 2021 Birmingham, United Kingdom Birmingham Academy
June 12, 2021 London, United Kingdom O2 Academy Brixton
June 13, 2021 London, United Kingdom O2 Academy Brixton
June 21, 2021 Stuttgart, Germany Schleyerhalle
June 23, 2021 Berlin, Germany Max Schmeling Halle
June 25, 2021 Oslo, Norway Tons of Rock
July 4, 2021 Amsterdam, Netherlands AFAS Live
July 7, 2021 Zürich, Switzerland Halle 622

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