The band will hit Glasgow and London this June.
The announcement of Faith No More playing Download Festival 2015 was an exciting one, but for those who won't be hitting Donington Park this Summer, you'll still get the chance to catch the rockers performing straight after with newly announced headline dates.
Faith No More hit the UK in June
The Californian five-piece are set to hit Glasgow's Academy and London's Roundhouse on June 14th and June 17th 2015 respectively, immediately following their Saturday appearance at Download - an event which will be headlined by Muse, Slipknot and Kiss. While the band are currently in North America preparing for their sold-out Spring tour, the Summer will also see a Europe-wide string of further festival dates including Milan's Sonisphere, Pinkpop Festival in the Netherlands and France's Hellfest. They will return to North America for the latter half of the Summer.
Meanwhile, ahead of the release of their seventh studio album 'Sol Invictus' on May 18th, Faith No More have launched a remix of their lead single 'Superhero', created by Alexander Hacke of Berlin industrial band Einstürzende Neubauten. The album, produced by Billy Gould, marks their first collection of original material in 18 years, following 1997's 'Album of the Year'. 'Sol Invictus' will be released via the band's own imprint Reclamation/Ipecac Recordings.
Listen to 'Superhero (Alexander Hacke Remix)' here:
If all this wasn't enough to look forward to, Faith No More will be making a grand return to the BBC's Maida Vale studios for a live session on the Radio 1 Rock Show hosted by Daniel P. Carter. It will be their first recording at the studio in 20 years.
Tickets for Faith No More's UK headline shows will be available for pre-sale on April 15th and general sale on April 17th.