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Posted on Jul 07, 2014 11:39 am
For the first time in 17 years, Faith No More have unveiled new music, premiering two fresh tracks during British Summer Time Festival show at London's Hyde Park.
Titled "Leader of Men" and "Motherf--ker," the tracks were performed just before the set-closing "We Care a Lot."
The first tune is a hard-hitting one, featuring a mixture of heavy riffs and eastern melodies. As for "Motherf--ker," it's more of a marching singalong ditty, surprisingly simple and catchy. Just one listen should be enough to get you singing "Get the motherf--ker on the phone, phone" for the rest of the day.
As reported, the band has announced in late May that "the reunion thing was fun, but now it's time to get a little creative." The reformation itself took place in June 2009, whereas the latest Faith No More studio effort, "Album of the Year," saw its release back in 1997.
Back to the new material, the fan-filmed performance footage was quick to surface, make sure to check it out below.