Dip into the sugar bowl
Get back in your cage
Ain’t no grave going to hold this body down
– Faith No More: Superhero (Sol Invictus, 2015)
” “Hypnotic and gothic, we’re coming back to where we were with our first album,” the bassist [Bill Gould] offered, citing Siouxsie and the Banshees and Roxy Music as early influences. “Then Patton’s being Patton, crooning, screaming, with a bit of soul underneath it all. We’ve always taken strange influences and smashed them together.” ” (ref Rolling Stone).
“Distance and time do not make the heart grow fonder, and two decades haven’t softened Patton’s coal-black heart. He’s pissed off and proud of it, picking fights with just about anyone and anything. (…)” (ref Pitchfork)
This entry was posted on July 15, 2015 by Ellen Ringstad. It was filed under Music and was tagged with Alternative metal, Alternative Rock, Billy Gould, Faith No More, Jon Hudson, Mike Bordin, Mike Patton, Pop-rock, Recalamation Records, RFTBAC Cut and paste review, Roddy Bottum, Sol Invictus (2015), Unconquered Sun.