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 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:

Man On Man (Faith No More) Premiere “Daddy” Video

Man On Man, the band featuring Faith No More keyboardist Roddy Bottum and his boyfriend Joey Holman, have premiered a new video for their new song “Daddy.“ Bottum told Rolling Stone the following:

“We’re setting out ultimately to document this odd time in the history of the world and to address the importance of creativity and togetherness. The statement of the song and video for ‘Daddy’ maybe is a celebration of love in isolation and is a love letter to the not-so-distant past of a place and time where we communed physically together with our queer community.”

System Of A Down, Korn, Faith No More, Etc. Announce Rescheduled Los Angeles Shows

System Of A Down, Korn, Faith No More, Helmet and Russian Circles have officially rescheduled their Los Angeles stadium shows. The concerts will now take place at the Banc Of California Stadium on May 21-22, 2021. System Of A Down commented:

“We’re excited to announce that the rescheduled dates for our double-header with Korn, Faith No More, Helmet, and Russian Circles have been confirmed for May 21 & 22, 2021. Existing tickets will be honored for the new dates. We look forward to bringing this weekend to life next year when it is safe for our fans, crew, and venue staff. Thank you for your patience and understanding. For refund inquiries, please visit”

Faith No More’s Roddy Bottum Announces New Project Man On Man

Faith No More keyboardist Roddy Bottum has teamed up with his boyfriend Joey Holman to launch a new project called Man On Man. Their debut single “Daddy“ will be released next week. The following description of the band was posted on Instagram:

“MAN ON MAN is Roddy Bottum and Joey Holman. They’re gay lovers making gay music.”

Watch Stormtroopers Of Death Members Perform “Speak Spanish Or Die” With Faith No More’s Mike Patton

Former Stormtroopers Of Death bandmates Charlie Benante (Anthrax), Scott Ian (Anthrax), and Dan Lilker (Nuclear Assault, ex-Anthrax) have teamed up with Mike Patton (Faith No More, etc.) for a quarantine performance of “Speak English Or Die,” which has been retitled “Speak Spanish Or Die.” You can check that out below:

System Of A Down, Korn, Faith No More, Etc. Postpone Los Angeles Stadium Shows

System Of A Down, Korn, Faith No More, Helmet and Russian Circles have postponed their Los Angeles stadium shows due to the coronavirus pandemic. The following statement was issued:

“Our upcoming Banc Of California Stadium shows on May 22 & 23 are proactively being rescheduled out of an abundance of caution for our fans, crew, and venue staff. As soon as we have the new dates finalized, we will inform everyone, and all the tickets will be honored accordingly. For further ticket information, visit or your point of purchase. To our amazing fans, thank you for understanding.”