Faith No More Comment On Chuck Mosley’s Death

Earlier today, it was confirmed that former Faith No More singer Chuck Mosley had passed away as a result of his struggles with addiction. Now, Faith No More have shared the below tribute.


Faith No More:

“It’s with a heavy, heavy heart we acknowledge the passing of our friend and bandmate, Chuck Mosley. He was a reckless and caterwauling force of energy who delivered with conviction and helped set us on a track of uniqueness and originality that would not have developed the way it had had he not been a part. How fortunate we are to have been able to perform with him last year in a reunion style when we re-released our very first record. His enthusiasm, his sense of humor, his style and his bravado will be missed by so many. We were a family, an odd and dysfunctional family, and we’ll be forever grateful for the time we shared with Chuck.”


Mike Patton Says Faith No More Are On An “Extended Break”, Wants To Release More Music With Dead Cross

Mike Patton was recently interviewed by Full Metal Jackie, and revealed the Faith No More are on an “extended break,” He also discussed Dead Cross and his hopes of releasing more music with the group. You can read his statements regarding those topics below.

Patton said the following when asked if he had anything to share about Faith No More’s current status:

“No, I would share but I don’t know anything. So, we’re kind of on a extended break and if something happens, it’ll happen organically and naturally but I kind of don’t think it will. I kind of feel like we’ve tipped the scales a little bit, but we’ll see, who knows? I’ve learned my lesson not to say ‘No.’”

He then added:

“It’s one of those things, kind of like going to a family reunion and get along with your uncle and you’re like, ‘Oh, we’re going to go to the next BBQ. Fine.’ It’s really the way it is for us.”

He also said the following when asked if Dead Cross would continue:

“I think we should. It’s going so well and it feels really good — we get along real well. I don’t see why we shouldn’t put out a few more records and keep touring. So, we’ll see. I’ve learned to not make too many promises in advance, so, who knows? [laughs]”

[via Loudwire]

Faith No More Premiere “Cone Of Shame” Music Video

Faith No More have premiered a new video for their song “Cone Of Shame.” This song is from the band’s latest album, “Sol Invictus,” which is available now. A limited 7″ of the track will be available as part of Record Store Day’s Black Friday (November 25) as well.

Billy Gould said the following:

“This is one of those tracks that had to be a video, really, because it lends itself so much to visual imagery. Given the song’s sense of Americana, it would have been easy to shoot this in Arizona or New Mexico, but having been to Macedonia several times, there’s a vibe there that I felt wouldn’t be out of place as a backdrop to this song. Goce Cvetanovski, as a director, understood this immediately; he knew exactly what to do with it, and along with an amazing cast, has managed to create something very dark, and beautifully cinematic.”

Faith No More & Chuck Mosley Reunite In San Francisco, CA

Faith No More and ex-vocalist Chuck Mosley reunited for a special show in San Francisco, CA last night (August 18), to celebrate the deluxe reissue of “We Care A Lot,” which was released today (August 19). Check out footage of the performance below. Mosley and the band will reunite once again tomorrow (August 20) in Los Angeles, CA.

Faith No More & Chuck Mosley To Reunite For Two Shows

Faith No More and ex-vocalist Chuck Mosley will be reuniting for two shows. These dates will take place to celebrate the deluxe reissue of “We Care A Lot,” which is set to be released on August 19.

08/18 San Francisco, CA – Great American Music Hall
08/20 Los Angeles, CA – Troubadour

Faith No More Premiere “The Jungle” Live Video From 1986

Faith No More have posted footage of them performing “The Jungle,” during a San Francisco show in 1986. The audio from this performance will be available on the new deluxe edition of “We Care A Lot,“ which will be released on August 19.

Faith No More To Release Deluxe Editions Of “King For A Day…” & “Album Of The Year”

Faith No More’s 1995 album “King For A Day… Fool For A Lifetime” and their 1997 album “Album Of The Year” are set to be reissued on September 9. Both efforts have been remastered and will be available on two-disc CD, and on 2xLP 180 gram vinyl with bonus material.

Here’s the track listing for the bonus discs:

“King For A Day… Fool For A Lifetime” bonus disc:

01. “Evidence” (Version en Español)
02. “Absolute Zero”
03. “Greenfields”
04. “I Started A Joke” (Bee Gees cover)
05. “Spanish Eyes”
06. “I Won’t Forget You”
07. “Hippie Jam”
08. “Instrumental”
09. “I Wanna Fuck Myself”
10. “Evidence” (Versão em Português)
11. “Digging The Grave” (live)
12. “The Gentle Art Of Making Enemies” (Live)
13. “Interview” (B-Side)

“Album Of The Year” bonus disc:

01. “Pristina” (Billy Gould mix)
02. “Last Cup Of Sorrow” (Roli Mosimann mix)
03. “She Loves Me Not” (Spinna Main mix)
04. “Ashes To Ashes” (Hard Knox Alt. mix)
05. “Light Up And Let Go”
06. “The Big Kahuna”
07. “This Guy’s In Love With You” (Burt Bacharach/Hal David cover)
08. “Collision” (live)