FAITH NO MORE Singer Exposes Himself In Brisbane

February 26, 2010

A photo of FAITH NO MORE frontman Mike Patton exposing himself for the camera during the band's February 20, 2010 concert in Brisbane, Australia as part of the Soundwave Festival can be found at (Warning: Intended for mature audiences only.) The incident apparently occured halfway through FAITH NO MORE's performance of the song "Just a Man" after the singer made his way towards an onstage cameraman and took over the camera, using it to tape the audience. He then pulled out his manhood, and showed it to the camera before the song's close.

Video footage of the incident can be viewed below.

FAITH NO MORE will play three shows in the band's hometown of San Francisco in early April at the Warfield Theatre. The concerts will serve as a warm-up for the band's appearance the following weekend at the Coachella Valley Music & Arts Festival in Indio, California.

FAITH NO MORE reunited last year and has played European shows, but has yet to announce a full North American trek.

FAITH NO MORE kicked off its reunion tour on June 10, 2009 with a headlining performance at the Brixton Academy in London, England.

Original guitarist Jim Martin is not part of the reunion. Performing in his place is Jon Hudson, who played with FAITH NO MORE during the latter stages of its initial run after Martin departed.

The rest of the band's best-known lineup — singer Mike Patton, Gould, drummer Mike "Puffy" Bordin and keyboardist Roddy Bottum — is intact.

FAITH NO MORE released "The Very Best Definitive Ultimate Greatest Hits Collection" in June 2009 in the U.K. via Rhino Records.

This double disc set contains the band's greatest hits on the first CD, while the second CD features b-sides and rarities.

Photo below courtesy of

Original photo credit: Carlie Bryce

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