Faith No More Look Back on 25 Years of ‘Album of the Year’ | 2022 Interview

To celebrate the 25th anniversary of Album of the Year, we reached out to members of Faith No More to learn more about this fascinating record. The band speak to memorable songs off the record that mean a lot to them, if they genuinely thought this would be the last release to come from the… Continue lendo Faith No More Look Back on 25 Years of ‘Album of the Year’ | 2022 Interview

Mike Patton’s “Falling To Pieces”: torn between Mr. Bungle and FNM

In an interview, Faith No More's producer Matt Wallace remarks that “during The Real Thing, Mike Patton was still not 100 percent committed to Faith No More, and this is my own reading, I could be wrong, but I think his way of protecting himself and feeling like he was still part of Bungle was that… Continue lendo Mike Patton’s “Falling To Pieces”: torn between Mr. Bungle and FNM

Faith No More Producer Matt Wallace Tells the Stories Behind the Albums

By Chris Steffen - AllMusic, August 17, 2015 When Faith No More returned with Sol Invictus earlier this year, they brought with them massive expectations based on their back catalog. The album ended up receiving wide acclaim, including our four-star review, in which AllMusic editor Mark Deming asserts that the album "truly adds to the strength of the group's legacy… Continue lendo Faith No More Producer Matt Wallace Tells the Stories Behind the Albums

FAITH NO MORE – Angel Dust [fvll albvm]

Angel Dust (1992) is the fourth studio album by American rock band Faith No More, released on June 8, 1992, by Slash and Reprise Records. It is the follow-up to 1989's highly successful The Real Thing, and was the band's final album to feature guitarist Jim Martin. It was also the first album where vocalist… Continue lendo FAITH NO MORE – Angel Dust [fvll albvm]

Behind The Board: Faith No More “The Real Thing” with Matt Wallace

We trusted each other and we did it for the right reasons. We didn't expect any kind of success, and we certainly didn't expect it to blow up. It never occurred to us that would happen. At least to me. They thought it was a pop record. There's an honesty to that record, that was… Continue lendo Behind The Board: Faith No More “The Real Thing” with Matt Wallace