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New FAITH NO MORE And MR. BUNGLE Companion Book

November 25th, 2013

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Despite being listed as an influence on countless notable bands, there has never
been a book that tells the complete story of both Faith No More and Mr. Bungle.
Until now. Author/journalist Greg Prato’s tenth book overall, ‘The Faith No More
& Mr. Bungle Companion,’ serves as both a career overview and analyzation of
both bands – tracing their ups and downs, uncovering quite a few unheard or
uncommon tales, and of course, telling the stories behind such classic albums as
‘The Real Thing,’ ‘Angel Dust,’ ‘Disco Volante,’ and ‘California.’

And many members of today’s top rock bands offer up opinions and memories of
Faith No More and Mr. Bungle exclusively for this book, including Jason Newsted
(Newsted/ex-Metallica), Max Cavalera (Soulfly/ex-Sepultura), Kim Thayil
(Soundgarden), Devin Townsend (Devin Townsend Project/ex-Strapping Young Lad),
Ville Valo (HIM), Johnny Christ (Avenged Sevenfold), Gilby Clarke (ex-Guns N’
Roses), Travis Stever (Coheed and Cambria), Angelo Moore (Fishbone), John Garcia
(Vista Chino/ex-Kyuss), Wes Borland (Black Light Burns/Limp Bizkit), Everlast
(House of Pain/solo artist), Mike Fleischmann (Vision of Disorder), Mitts
(Madball), and Jeff Walker (Carcass).

Prato writes for Rolling Stone, and has penned such popular and critically
acclaimed music book titles as ‘Grunge is Dead: The Oral History of Seattle Rock
Music,’ ‘A Devil on One Shoulder and an Angel on the Other: The Story of Shannon
Hoon and Blind Melon,’ ‘The Eric Carr Story,’ ‘Too High to Die: Meet the Meat
Puppets,’ and ‘MTV Ruled the World: The Early Years of Music Video,’ among
others. He is also a long-time fan of both bands – having interviewed every
single Faith No More member who appeared on record over the years (of which
excerpts from these interviews are included in this book), and having witnessed
countless FNM and Bungle performances over the years.

Available as both a paperback version [$14.99, 210 pages] and a Kindle download
[$6.99, 189 pages], ‘The Faith No More & Mr. Bungle Companion’ helps put it all
into perspective for fans of both bands.

For ordering info, click:

Paperback:  http://amzn.com/1493696661

Kindle:  http://amzn.com/B00GUTNAZM

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FAITH NO MORE : Live at Kaisaniemi Park, Helsinki FINLAND – June.24 2009

June 25th, 2009

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FAITH NO MORE

June 24, 2009

KAISANIEMI PARK, HELSINKI -FINLAND

REPORT BY MARKO SYRJÄLÄ AND ARTO LEHTINEN

PICTURES BY MARKO SYRJÄLÄ

Faith No More called it quits in 1998 after the ALBUM OF THE YEAR had seen the light of day and the tours were completed. Since then it has been speculated about the possible return or comeback for years and even the band members had ruled out the whole reunion thing several times. Singer Mike Patton was always asked in several interviews about a possible return, but he rather focused on his own bands Fantomas, Mr. Bungle, and Tomahawk etc. than teaming up with the old band members. However, some things should remain unchanged and untouched, but it is just amazing to see how some minds can change after all and Faith No More truly returned to the limelight.

 

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Ruisrock Festival 2005 – Turku Finland

August 4th, 2005

RUISROCK FESTIVAL
8-10.7 2005
TURKU, FINLAND

Reviews and pics by Arto Lehtinen and Marko “Spandex” Syrjala

Ruisrock is one of several festivals arranged on the soil of Finland every year by carrying the profile and image of the main stream rock with the proud and honor. Ruisrock is claimed to be one of the longest running rock festivals arranged in a row without big breaks in Europe. The main important purpose of the concept of the festival is to present the frontline names of the Finnish rock scene and have a few big names booked to filling up a headliner?s spot. Originally the much claimed Velvet Revolver was supposed to conclude the whole festival on Sunday, but for a reason or another Slash and the company packed up and was replaced by a long time British gothic mongers Paradise Lost. However the festival was damn success in every aspect as all in all 70.000 people visited the festival during the weekened in the beautiful national park in a town called Turku. However here is the brief article of the festival with a solid dissection of a few bands which played there.


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