Faith No More will release a new album this spring, its first in 18 years. The “Epic” group will release Sol Invictus May 19 via Ipecac and Reclamation Recordings. The group’s last record, Album of The Year, came out in 1997.

Produced by bassist Bill Gould in the band’s own studio, Sol Invictus will be supported by a tour, dates for which are below. (Note: All North American dates are sold out.) The first single off the record, “Superhero,” will be released as a 7-inch on March 17 and digitally a couple of weeks later, though fans probably won’t have to wait that long, considering the nature of the Internet these days.

Faith No More tour 2015

Feb. 17-18—Studio Coast—Tokyo, Japan
Feb. 21—Soundwave Festival—Adelaide, Australia
Feb. 22—Soundwave Festival—Melbourne, Australia
Feb. 28—Soundwave Festival—Sydney, Australia
March 1—Soundwave Festival—Brisbane, Australia
March 3—Westfest—Auckland, New Zealand
April 15—PNE Forum—Vancouver, British Columbia
April 16—Paramount Theater—Seattle, Washington
April 17—Keller Auditorium—Portland, Oregon
April 19-20—Warfield—San Francisco, California
April 23-24—The Wiltern—Los Angeles, California
April 25—The Observatory—Santa Ana, California
May 7—Concord Music Hall—Chicago, Illinois
May 8—The Fillmore—Detroit, Michigan
May 9—Sony Centre For The Performing Arts—Toronto, Ontario
May 11—Orpheum Theatre—Boston, Massachusetts
May 13-14—Webster Hall—New York, New York
May 15—Electric Factory—Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
May 29—Grüne Hölle Rock—Nürburgring, Germany
May 31—Rockavaria Festival—Munich, Germany
June 2—Sonisphere—Milan, Italy
June 4—Vienna Rocks Festival—Vienna, Austria
June 5—Rock For People Festival—Hradec Králové, Czech Republic
June 12—Pinkpop Festival—Landgraaf, Netherlands
June 13—Download Festival—Leicestershire, England
June 20—Hellfest—Clisson, France
June 21—Graspop Metal Meeting—Dessel, Belgium
June 24-27—Provinssirock—Seinäjoki, Finland
June 26—Tinderbox—Odense, Denmark
Aug. 7-9—Heavy Montréal—Montreal, Quebec

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