Tag : Faith No More

Refused performing at Red Hat Amphitheater Raleigh, North Carolina

Refused: The Shape of Punk Remains

The year of 1998 provided a plethora of amazing albums from all genres of music.  "Aeroplane Over the Sea" from Neutral Milk Hotel, "Aquemini" from Outkast, "XO" from Elliot Smith, "Miseducation..." from Lauryn Hill, and "End Hits" from Fugazi are a few personal favorites that come to mind.  That year also spawned some epic turds from Madonna, Master P, and Eve 6 but I'll save that vitriol for another article. (My disdain for Madonna could easily double the length of Moby [...]
Faith No More performing at Red Hat Amphitheater Raleigh, North Carolina

Faith No More at Raleigh Red Hat Amphitheater

Faith No More / Refused Friday, July 31, 2015 Red Hat Amphitheater, Downtown Raleigh -- Certain other media outlets (I'm looking at you Indy Week) were quick to write off Friday's double reunion show as a cash grab, tarnishing the legacies of once-relevant avant garde rock bands. I can relate to that sentiment, particularly since the reunion boom of the last 10 years has produced as many sighs as it has cheers, but in the case of Faith No More [...]
Faith No More Promo

Faith No More coming to Red Hat

1998 was a rough year. President Bill Clinton was impeached for perjury and obstruction of justice. The Soviet ruble lost 70% of its value against the US dollar in 6 months. U.N.I.C.E.F. reported there were approximately 250 million child laborers worldwide. We lost Phil Hartman. Faith No More and Refused both broke up. Never in our wildest dreams did the then-teenage staff of RDU Music think that in the year of our Lord 2015, we would be in possession of […]