Alt-metal pioneers share their first full-length since 1997’s Album Of The Year.

Faith No More launched their comeback last year with the release of ‘Motherfucker’, a brand new track written for the group’s first album in eighteen years. Sol Invictus can now be streamed in full ahead of its arrival next week via the band’s own  Reclamation Records and Ipecac Recordings.

The album was self-produced by Faith No More’s bassist Bill Gould and recorded in their studio in Oakland, California.

“Hopefully it doesn’t sound like a bunch of 50-year-old men… which we are!” Gould told Rolling Stone last year. The band started work on the record almost two years ago, during a break from reunion gigs. “We weren’t touring, we have these songs that we were working on – that we think are pretty cool – [so we thought] why don’t we just do our own imprint and kind of reclaim our future?’”

Sol Invictus is due to arrive on May 19. Stream the album in full over at NPR.



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