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Faith No More headlining Volt Festival

Good news for those of you going to Volt Festival, not the best news for those hoping for Faith No More at Sziget 2012. Faith No More will be headlining Volt Festival. Joining them in today’s lineup announcement for Volt is Caspa, Camo & Crooker, as well as Toddla T. Since acts are rarely shared between the two festivals, we can probably cross these off the speculation list. Read the full announcement here.

Faith No More, Manic Street Preachers & more at Sziget 2009

...at least that's what Hungarian music site Zene.hu says in the article (Hungarian) they published today. Faith No More are listed for the Main Stage, and so are Manic Street Preachers. The article also includes some other new names. One of these is Maximo Park, that our friend Mellowmaniac predicted a while ago. Then, there's Chris Corner's project IAMX, that we also told you about a while ago. Also listed is famous BBC Radio 1 DJ Pete Tong. And it doesn't end here. Life of Agony are also listed to play at this year's Sziget. And some more good news, from the

Faith No More announces lineup

Faith No More have announced the lineup for this summer's European tour. Jim Martin won't be a part of it, as rumored. The lineup is as follows: Mike Patton - vocals Jon Hudson - guitar Billy Gould - bass Mike Bordin - drums Roddy Bottum - keyboards No tour dates have been announced yet, but rumors seem to suggest a Faith No More concert at Sziget this year.

Faith No More at Sziget Festival 2009?

We'll be frank with you, we don't know this one for sure, but many people (including Szigetnews reader Adam Peach) seem to be pretty sure of this. Faith No More have announced their reunion and have also mentioned that they will not play any venues in America. They only confirmed a European tour for this summer and said that it will include a few major summer festivals. So we think it's quite possible for them to play Sziget, especially since it wouldn't be a first time. Faith No More have played Sziget Festival before, in 1997. More as we have

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