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Mike Patton Causes Back to Back Cancellation Due To This Reason, Faith No More and Mr. Bungle Concerts Gets Refunded

Mike Patton's Alarming Health Concerns Cause Concert Cancellations, Tension Between Band Members

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Mike Patton canceled his remaining tour concerts for bands Faith No More and Mr. Bungle.READ MORE

2015 Rock in Rio - Day 05

Mike Patton of Faith No More and John Kaada of Cloroform Team Up for ‘Bacteria Cult’ LP

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Mere days after Mike Patton's supergroup Nevermen consisting of Tunde Adebimpe and Doseone dropped their debut album, the Faith No More frontman has announced another collaboration. Now, he's teaming up with Norwegian composer John Kaada of Cloroform. Recording as Kaada/Patton, the duo's forthcoming LP Bacteria Cult is due out April 1st via Ipecac Recordings.READ MORE

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Twenty One Pilots, Zedd, Jamie Foxx and Faith No More Debut in Albums Chart Top 10

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Twenty One Pilots had never sold more than 11,000 copies of an album in one week prior to the release of Blurryface last week, but that record didn't need streaming to top the Billboard 200. It also comes in at no. 1 on the albums chart, selling 134,000 copies (more than 91 percent of the album's Billboard 200 total came from actual album sales).READ MORE

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Brandon Flowers' 'The Desired Effect' Beats Mariah Carey, Faith No More for No. 1 Album in UK

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Brandon Flowers wrote that "You Can't Deny My Love," and it seems as though you can't deny him a No. 1 album, either. The Killers frontman's latest solo album The Desired Effect has arrive at the top of the album chart in the United Kingdom, besting album releases from Faith No More, Mariah Carey and Paul WellerREAD MORE

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Bumbershoot 2015 Lineup: The Weeknd, Ellie Goulding, Hozier, Zedd Headline

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Just as Chicago's Labor Day weekend festival, Northcoast Music Festival announced its lineup yesterday; Seattle's Bumbershoot has unveiled a musical billing of its own. The three-day festival, which runs from Saturday to Monday, instead of the typical Friday to Sunday affair, will host a wide variety of artists from across the world of music. Acts like The Weeknd, Hozier, Zedd, Ellie Goulding, Faith No More and Chance The Rapper will all get headlining slots at Bumbershoot.READ MORE


Refused Announces New Album 'Freedom,' Streams Track "Elektra" [LISTEN]; First in 17 Years

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Refused refuses to just go away for good...not that we're complaining. The Swedish punk icons have finally confirmed a new album, 17 years following the release of the legendary 'The Shape of Punk to Come.' The band confirmed that new album 'Freedom' would come out on June 30, and fans can check out a preview with the new track "Elektra" right now.READ MORE

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Faith No More Adds North American Tour Dates With Refused in August

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Faith No More recently added 10 dates to its upcoming tour in support of 'Sol Invictus,' the band's first album in almost two decades. Some of the new shows, which fall near the end of summer, will include the reunited lineup of Refused as the support act. The group will hit the Mann Center in Philadelphia, Merriweather Post Pavilion in Columbia and Madison Square Garden in New York City.READ MORE

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Faith No More Shares New Track "Superhero" From Upcoming 'Sol Invictus' Album [LISTEN]

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Faith No More debuted another new track off its upcoming album 'Sol Invictus.' Bassist Bill Gould sat down with marvel.com to talk about "Superhero," a five-minute power jam that's equal parts brutal and menacing. The track is the band's second official single following "Motherf**ker."READ MORE

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Faith No More Perform New Song "Cone of Shame" Live From Upcoming 'Sol Invictus' LP [WATCH]

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Faith No More debuted a new song from their upcoming "Sol Invictus" album titled "Cone of Shame." The fan footage from the show in Japan is not of the highest quality, but it shows off the creepy tone of the song. The track follows the menacing lead single "Motherf**ker," the band's first piece of new music since 1997's "Album of the Year." The second official single from the album, "Superhero," will drop in March, Blabbermouth noted.READ MORE


AJ Maddah Announces Soundwave Done in Adelaide After Slow Ticket Sales, Will Join Perth as Axed from Rock Festival Stops

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The Australian Soundwave Festival has continued to make cuts, this time announcing that following the 2015 event, Adelaide would be no longer be included on the event's annual route. This follows in the footsteps of last year's announcement that Perth would be cut out of the loop following a slow 2014.READ MORE

Katy Perry Performs In Brisbane

Rock in Rio Grabs Katy Perry, Faith No More, Slipknot and More as 2015 Brazilian Headliners; Plus One Big Reunion Show

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Rock in Rio has announced a number of big names that will serve as headliners for the seven-day Brazilian music festival: Katy Perry, Faith No More, John Legend, Slipknot, System of A Down and Queens of The Stone Age. The event is traditionally referred to as "the world's biggest music festival" and drew more than one million attendees during its 2013 edition.READ MORE

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Faith No More Announces Spring Tour Along With New Song 'Superhero' From 'Album of the Year' Follow-Up

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It's been 18 years since Faith No More released their sixth studio effort, the completely vicious Album of the Year. The band is readying the follow-up album, and they are also hitting the road for the first time in five years this spring. Faith No More will kick off their next trek in Vancouver on April 15 and wrap things up a month later in Philadelphia. "Superhero," the second single from the band's untitled album, will drop in March.READ MORE

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Faith No More Play Surprise Set at Amoeba Records for the Record Store Day Release of New Single 'Motherf--cker' [WATCH]

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Faith No More surprised patrons of Amoeba Records in San Francisco yesterday (Nov. 28) in honor of the Black Friday Record Store Day release of their first single in 16 years, "Motherf--ker." The single was released on vinyl yesterday and will be available to download Dec. 9. Faith No More's follow-up to 1997's 'Album of the Year' will be out this spring.READ MORE

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Faith No More Shares 'Motherf---ker,' Menacing First Single in 16 Years from Upcoming Album [LISTEN]

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Faith No More is back with its first single since the late 1990s, and the boys sound like they are ready to reclaim their right rightful spot atop the alt-metal world. The new song, which they premiered live over the summer, is titled "Motherf--ker" — if you are going to come back from a 17-year recording hiatus, why not make the first single radio unfriendly? The track, off their upcoming seventh album, is menacing as it builds to Mike Patton's signature howl. "We took the second sip from a cup we made of bones," he sings. "The first it was a ruse, a trick so aptly thrown / The truth is that our youth was a carpet laid of stones / Get the motherf--ker on the phone, the phone." "It feels apt that the first track we're releasing is 'Motherf--ker,' a song about accountability," keyboardist Roddy Bottum said in a statement. "Basically we've created, recorded and mixed a new body of work by ourselves and we're releasing it on our own label. It's a huge deal for us to only have ourselves to answer to at this point in our career and the song is about that, where the buck stops via the basic imagery of foie gras production, bondage ... y'know, stuff like that." The single will also be available as a 7-inch vinyl for Record Store Day Nov. 28.READ MORE

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8 Albums Named After The Artist's Home State: Red Hot Chili Peppers, Slipknot, And More

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A few weeks ago, I wrote a list about albums named after the artist's hometown, such as Outkast's ATLiens or Bruce Springsteen's Greetings from Asbury Park, NJ. The eight artists listed here, however, took this one step further, by naming their albums after their entire home state.READ MORE

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