Latest Faith No More News
Faith No More cover Foo Fighters' 'All My Life' live – watch

Faith No More cover Foo Fighters' 'All My Life' live – watch

US band replaced Foos at Belgium's Rock Werchter on Thursday (June 25)

Faith No More on their future: 'We don't have a plan after this tour or this record'

Faith No More on their future: 'We don't have a plan after this tour or this record'

Band released new album 'Sol Invictus' earlier this month

Faith No More perform on US TV's 'The Tonight Show' - watch

Faith No More perform on US TV's 'The Tonight Show' - watch

Mike Patton and co performed 'Easy' and 'Superhero' live on Wednesday (May 13)

Faith No More stream first album in 18 years 'Sol Invictus' - listen

Faith No More stream first album in 18 years 'Sol Invictus' - listen

Mike Patton and co release the follow-up to 1997's 'Album Of The Year' on May 18

Faith No More distance themselves from forthcoming reissues

Faith No More distance themselves from forthcoming reissues

Group say reissues of 'The Real Thing' and 'Angel Dust' are not 'band sponsored releases'

Faith No More to reissue 'The Real Thing' and 'Angel Dust' with rarities

Faith No More to reissue 'The Real Thing' and 'Angel Dust' with rarities

The CD and vinyl deluxe packages will come out on June 8

Faith No More debut new songs live in Vancouver - watch

Faith No More debut new songs live in Vancouver - watch

The band will release 'Sol Invictus', their first new album since 1997, in May

Faith No More announce UK live dates for June

Faith No More announce UK live dates for June

The band will play shows in London and Glasgow following their Download Festival appearance

Faith No More perform new track 'Cone Of Shame' live - watch

Faith No More perform new track 'Cone Of Shame' live - watch

The band will release new album 'Sol Invictus' in May

Faith No More announce new album 'Sol Invictus'

Faith No More announce new album 'Sol Invictus'

The LP is the hard rock band's first in 18 years

Faith No More announce release of new single 'Superhero'

Faith No More announce release of new single 'Superhero'

The band are apparently set to release their first album in 18 years this April

Faith No More perform live in San Francisco record shop as part of Black Friday celebrations – watch

Faith No More perform live in San Francisco record shop as part of Black Friday celebrations – watch

Band played short set to fans at Amoeba Music

Faith No More stream new song 'Motherfucker'

Faith No More stream new song 'Motherfucker'

It will be released for Record Store Day's Black Friday on November 28

Faith No More say new material is influenced by The Cramps, Link Wray, Siouxsie and the Banshees

Faith No More say new material is influenced by The Cramps, Link Wray, Siouxsie and the Banshees

The band will release their first album in 18 years in April 2015

Faith No More readying first new album in 18 years

Faith No More readying first new album in 18 years

Record due to be released in April 2015

Faith No More close Open'er Festival in Poland with new material

Faith No More close Open'er Festival in Poland with new material

The Horrors, Daughter, Phoenix and Bastille also played the final day of the event

Faith No More debut two new songs at Hyde Park show

Faith No More debut two new songs at Hyde Park show

The band played the new material during their Black Sabbath support slot yesterday (July 4)

Faith No More hint at new music?

Faith No More hint at new music?

The band tweeted that it was 'time to get a little creative'

Faith No More announced as final Open'er Festival headliner

Faith No More announced as final Open'er Festival headliner

San Francisco rockers join The Black Keys, Jack White, Phoenix and Pearl Jam at the top of the bill in Poland

Faith No More announce one-off UK show after Sonisphere axe – ticket details

Faith No More announce one-off UK show after Sonisphere axe – ticket details

Reunited rockers will headline London's HMV Hammersmith Apollo in July

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