Chuck Mosley returns to the UK this autumn

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Chuck Mosley returns to the UK this autumn with his new band Indoria and the new album You’ll Never Make The Six, released via Infinite Hive. The ex Faith No More original front man re-united with the band for two US shows this year and hits the UK for a 14 date tour in September and October, including an appearance at The Flapper on 4th October.

He joined Faith No More in 1985 replacing Courtney Love (Hole) who had a brief stint as lead singer. Mosley recorded two albums with FNM, but parted ways with the band in 1988 for a number of reasons, including creative differences with other members, and rumors of substance abuse. His departure made quite a stir, when he sued the band for publishing rights, in an attempt to clear his name of the accusations of substance abuse.

In 1990 Mosley began a stint as lead singer in revered hardcore punk band Bad Brains. He performed at nearly sixty shows in the United States and Europe before leaving the band in January 1992.

Mosley immediately went on to form a new funk metal band, Cement. They released two albums: Cement and Man with the Action Hair. Both albums were distributed by Dutch East India Trading (United States) and Rough Trade (Europe). The band toured both locations promoting their music.

On April 14, 2010, Mosley made a surprise appearance on stage at a Faith No More concert in San Francisco, the first time since 1988 that he has performed with the band. Chuck performed the songs “As the Worm Turns”, “Death March”, “We Care A Lot”, and “Mark Bowen” on his own with the band, and was joined by Mike Patton during the final encore to perform a duet on “Introduce Yourself”.

In May, 2015 he again made another surprise appearance at a Faith No More concert, performing the track “Mark Bowen” at their Detroit show. The summer of 2016 saw Mosley touring the U.S. doing an “unplugged” show, and a reissue of the We Care a Lot album, with extra tracks. At a performance on July 20 that same year, Bottum joined Mosley on stage for a rendition of an Imperial Teen tune.

His new album You’ll Never Make The Six, is released via Infinite Hive.

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20/09 : The Parish, Huddersfield
21/09 : Trillians, Newcastle
22/09: Nice & Sleazy, Glasgow
23/09: Bannermans, Edinburgh
24/09 : Aberdeen TBC
25/09 : Inverness, Mad Hatters
27/09 : The Live Rooms, Chester
28/09 : The Station, Cannock
29/09: Fuel, Cardiff
30/09 : Bierkeller, Bristol
01/10 : Sanctuary, Basingstoke
02/10 : Cobblestones, Bridgewater
03/10 : The Underground, Stoke<
04/10 : The Flapper, Birmingham
05/10 : Underground, Bradford
06/10 : The Victoria, Swindon
07/10 : The Anvil, Bournemouth
08/10 : Crawford Arms, Milton Keynes
09/10 : Hairy Dog, Derby
10/10 : Boston Music Rooms, London
12/10 : Star and Garter, London
13/10 : Owl Sanctuary, Norwich
14/10 : Lady Luck, Cantebury

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