Slaves On Dope Members Launch New Covers Project, Recruit Korn, Mastodon, Etc. Members For Cover Of Faith No More’s “We Care A Lot”

Slaves On Dope’s Jason Rockman and Kevin Jardine have decided to launch a new quarantine covers project called The Kings Of Quarantine. The band’s first single, a cover of Faith No More’s “We Care A Lot,“ features the following artists: Frank Bello (Anthrax), Ray Luzier (Korn), Bill Kelliher (Mastodon), Ivan Doruschuk (Men Without Hats), Dennis Lyxzén (Refused), Walter Schreifels (Quicksand, etc.), Kevin Sharp (ex-Brutal Truth, etc.), Darryl McDaniels (Run-D.M.C.), Esoteric (Czarface), Richard Patrick (Filter), and Raine Maida (Our Lady Peace). Faith No More’s Billy Gould also makes an appearance in the video as well.

Rockman said the following:

“Kevin and I have always been massive fans of Faith No More and having the opportunity to cover one of their songs with such great company has been a dream come true. We are so grateful to all the musicians involved that accepted our invitation.”

McDaniels added:

“We did this because we care a lot about everyone! Especially those who put their lives on the line to make sure we are ok!”

Patrick also commented:

“I care a lot about being part of this amazing cover. It’s an honor and a privilege. To be rubbing elbows with the likes of these gentlemen makes me feel very proud.”

The track can be purchased on Bandcamp with all the proceeds set to go towards Roadie Relief.

Man On Man (Faith No More) Premiere “Baby, You’re My Everything” Video

Man On Man, the band featuring Faith No More’s Roddy Bottum and his boyfriend Joey Holman, have premiered a new video for their new single titled “Baby, You’re My Everything.” Bottum commented:

“There was a magnification of emotions in isolation that we focused on and the intensity of our union took on an almost spiritual nature. Our musical references were gospel and choir combined with dirty, drone-y rock. It’s a love song about adoration and soul and relationship in the modern age.”

Man On Man (Faith No More) To Release New Single “Baby, You’re My Everything” In September

Man On Man, the band featuring Faith No More’s Roddy Bottum and his boyfriend Joey Holman, will be releasing a new single titled “Baby, You’re My Everything” on September 1. They said the following about that:

“BABY, YOU’RE MY EVERYTHING, the second MAN ON MAN single/video comes out a week from today. Can’t wait to share, it’s gonna be real gay.”

Roddy Bottum (Faith No More) Releases New Song “People Power”

Roddy Bottum (Faith No More) has released a new song titled “People Power.” You can find that on Bandcamp.

Deftones, Faith No More, System Of A Down, Etc. Confirmed For 2021 Hellfest Open Air Festival

The lineup has been confirmed for the 2021 Hellfest Open Air festival in Clisson, France. The event will take place on June 18-20, 2021 and it will feature a majority of the bands that were previously booked for the scrapped 2020 edition.

Lineup:

June 18:

Mainstage 01:

Deftones
Dropkick Murphys
Opeth
Leprous
Soen
Ego Kill Talent
Frog Leap

Mainstage 02:

Volbeat
The Offspring
Frank Carter & The Rattlesnakes
Ghostemane
The Distillers
The Inspector Cluzo
Danko Jones
The Wildhearts
Laura Cox

Temple Stage:

Mayhem
Abbath
Rotting Christ
Primordial
The Great Old Ones
Seth
Mephorash
Numen
Tremplin Voice Of Hell

Altar Stage:

Obituary
At The Gates
Death DTA
Entombed A.D.
Grave
Cadaver
Necrowretch
Tremplin Voice Of Hell

Warzone Stage:

Suicidal Tendencies
Powerflo
Youth Of Today
Dog Eat Dog
Slapshot
Cro-Mags
Higher Power
In Other Climes

Valley Stage:

Electric Wizard
Baroness
OM
Witchcraft
Black Mountain
Elder
ASG
Greenleaf
Abrahma

June 19:

Mainstage 01:

Faith No More
Puscifer
Rival Sons
Heaven Shall Burn
Northlane
Crystal Lake
Fire From The Gods

Mainstage 02:

Deep Purple
Airbourne
Steel Panther
Alestorm
The Darkness
L7
The Dead Daisies
Galactic Empire

Temple Stage:

Wardruna
The Hu
Ensiferum
Taake
Kampfar
Einjerjer
Helheim
Aktarium
Artus

Altar Stage:

Sepultura
Sacred Reich
Flotsam And Jetsam
Loudblast
Exciter
Xentrix
Rectal Smegma
Brutal Sphincter
Karras

Warzone Stage:

Social Distortion
The Toy Dolls
Agnostic Front
Reverent Horton Heat
Anti-Flag
Frustration
Guerilla Poubelle
Lion’s Law
Grade 2

Valley Stage:

Envy
Mono & The Jo Quail Quartet
John Garcia & The Band Of Gold
High On Fire
Pelican
Me And That Man
The Picturebooks
Duel
Point Mort

June 20:

Mainstage 01:

System Of A Down
Korn
Maximum The Hormone
Jinjer
Lacuna Coil
Kontrust
Deadly Apples

Mainstage 02:

Judas Priest
Running Wild
Down
Michael Schenker
Doro
Delain
Sortilege
Battle Beast
Tempt

Temple Stage:

Watain
Alcest
Belzebubs
Borknagar
Gaahls Wyrd
Regarde Les Hommes Tomber
Numenorean
Penitence Onirique
Deliverance

Altar Stage:

Devin Townsend (by request set)
Dying Fetus
Misery Index
Ingested
Dyscarnate
Exocrine

Warzone Stage:

Walls Of Jericho
While She Sleeps
Deez Nuts
Jesus Piece
Moscow Death Brigade
Rotting Out
Landmvrks
Wolfpack

Valley Stage:

Killing Joke
Perturbator
Life Of Agony
3TEETH
Hangman’s Chair
Twin Temple
Inter Arma
Lysistrata
Ecstatic Vision

Watch The Black Dahlia Murder, Fever 333, Etc. Members Cover Faith No More‘s “Everything’s Ruined”

“Two Minutes To Late Night” have shared footage of their host Jordan “Gwarsenio Hall” Olds performing a quarantine cover of Faith No More‘s “Everything’s Ruined” with Trevor Strnad (The Black Dahlia Murder), Stephen Harrison (Fever 333), Sacha Dunable (Intronaut), Pere J. Bruno (Sharptooth), Emily Lee (Droneflower, Shearwater), and Jared Shavelson (Boysetsfire, etc.). You can check that out below. “Two Minutes To Late Night” commented:

“SHINY COPPER PENNIES! This week we covered Faith No More‘s “Everything’s Ruined” so we are very nervous about it and there is absolutely footage of bird’s shitting in reverse in the video. This is our 14th bedroom cover made with the support of Patreon. With so many musicians stuck at home with no outlets, we’re going to keep producing these style videos and use the Patreon to give some money to everyone who has a part in them. Please support our friends by donating to our newly redone Patreon at www.honorableswords.com

Man On Man’s (Faith No More) “Daddy” Video Returns To YouTube

Man On Man, the band featuring Faith No More’s Roddy Bottum and his boyfriend Joey Holman, have announced that their video for “Daddy” has officially returned to YouTube. This news comes after the clip was previously removed due to “sexual violations.”

YouTube issued the following statement to Rolling Stone:

“With the massive volume of videos on our site, sometimes we make the wrong call. When it’s brought to our attention that a video has been removed mistakenly, we act quickly to reinstate it. We also offer uploaders the ability to appeal removals and we will re-review the content.”

The band also commented:

“It’s clear tech companies are lacking in representation and therefore discriminate against skin color, age, sex, and sexuality. Even if YouTube does value and promote diversity, the truth is, the industry is still playing by straight men’s rules. It’s devaluing when we see Google monopolize on our Pride but do so little to actually enhance and protect the LGBTQIA+ digital experience. We’re asking for an equitable playing field.”

Korn & Faith No More Cancel Co-Headlining Tour

Korn, Faith No More, Scars On Broadway, Helmet, Spotlights, and ’68 have cancelled their summer North American tour due to the coronavirus pandemic. Korn issued the below statement:

“The Korn & Faith No More Summer Tour will unfortunately no longer be taking place. It is with heavy hearts that we came to this decision out of an abundance of caution for the safety of our fans, crew, and fellow artists. Ticket holders will be emailed directly with their refund options, including a full refund, or you can request a 150% credit at Live Nation Concerts venues + they will donate the number of tickets you originally purchased to healthcare workers on the front lines. For more details, please visit livenation.com/refund. Thank you for your patience and understanding.”

Faith No More Announce Rescheduled European/UK Dates

Faith No More have postponed their European/UK shows to 2021. You can find the new dates below.

Tour Dates:

06/07 Manchester, UK – O2 Apollo
06/08 Manchester, UK – O2 Apollo
06/09 Glasgow, UK – O2 Academy
06/11 Birmingham, UK – O2 Academy
06/12 London, UK – O2 Academy Brixton
06/13 London, UK – O2 Academy Brixton
06/21 Stuttgart, GER – Schleyerhalle
06/23 Berlin, GER – Max Schmeling Halle
06/25 Oslo, NOR – Tons of Rock
07/04 Amsterdam, NET – AFAS Live
07/07 Zurich, SWI – Halle 622

In other news, Faith No More have also launched some exclusive merch via fnm.com to raise money for their road crew, who are struggling due to the coronavirus pandemic. Billy Gould said the following about that:

“There’s been plenty of attention about the collapse of the concert industry, how it has been impacting musicians, artists, agents… but very little coverage has focused on the impact it’s made on a crucial element of live music and touring: the crew. Without a band’s crew, the show does not go on; yet, in light of the recent postponements, they have been left with few options to support themselves, or their families.

And speaking of families, the band that you know as Faith No More is more than the five musicians you see on stage. It is a larger family, an ecosystem that includes backline, a production manager, lighting, sound and tour management. We had an entire summer of touring booked – and now, as a result of this pandemic, all of our crew have been put into a seriously vulnerable financial position.

We have been working with these folks for years, and we feel very close to them. Since shows are not an option, we are trying to do what we can to offset this unfortunate turn of events with a special merch sale.”

Roddy Bottum (Faith No More) Says Man On Man’s “Daddy” Video Was Removed From YouTube “For Sexual Violations”

Man On Man, the band featuring Faith No More keyboardist Roddy Bottum and his boyfriend Joey Holman, recently released a video for their new single “Daddy,” but the clip has since been removed from YouTube due to “sexual violations.” Bottum tweeted the following about that: