Faith No More to perform ‘King For a Day’ at festival show

Following early rumours that Faith No More were to play their breakthrough album ‘The Real Thing’ in it’s entirety during their performance in Chile in November, it is reported the band will be playing their 1995 release ‘King For a Day…Fool For a Lifetime’.

The album was the first to be recorded without long-time guitarist Jim Martin and saw the band continuing on an increasingly diverse musical journey.  Mr. Bungle guitarist Trey Spruance replaced Martin for the album sessions and will be appearing once again at the festival appearance.

Faith No More disbanded in 1998 and reformed in 2009.  Since the reformation they have made sporadic live appearances, but have no plans to return to the recording studio.