Faith No More released Digging The Grave, their first single from King For A Day, on February 28th 1995.
28 February 2017
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26 February 2017
It's mid-August and Billy Gould and Roddy Bottum are lazing away the afternoon at a cafe in San Francisco's mission district, an area teeming with taquerias, used book stores, secondhand shops, and cafes packed with boho coffee underachievers.
It's August 18th and Gould and Bottum are killing some unexpected downtime. FNM should be tagging along with Guns N' Roses and Metallica somewhere in Middle America about now, except that James Hetfield somehow started himself on fire in mid-performance in Montreal, after which GN'R took an early leave. Montreal was a riot ... literally.
25 February 2017
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23 February 2017
Faith No More's faithfully classic cover of the Commodores' cheesy '70s hit Easy sat pretty at #3 in the UK charts and is about to take the roof off the US Top 100. Faith No More, on the other hand, do not. The wonderfully goofy little piss fights and mud flinging that we've always revelled in with Faith No More have ceased - this problem is more.
20 February 2017
Faith No More's singer Mike Patton isn't your standard rock idol. He may claim that his fave pleasure is a cup of Ovaltine, but his notorious 'pooping outside Princess Di's house' incident hints at his 'unusual' personality.
17 February 2017
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Every now and again in music something comes along that is unique, different and just so god damn hard to categorise. So what happens, where do these strange new records slot into the shelves of your local record store? How do the media decide to describe these crazy new sounds to make it easier for themselves to determine which magazines should write the reviews? And how do the record labels know which group of trendy characters to sell their product to?