New Small Victories interviews, reviews and podcasts


Swedish metal podcast Into The Void this morning published their latest episode – completely devoted to Small Victories and Faith No More.

Last week, Couleur3, the main rock and alternative music station in the French-speaking part of Switzerland, devoted a whole episode of their weekly metal show Rhinoferoce to Small Victories and Faith No More.

And leading US podcast, Rock N’ Roll Archaeology featured the book in an episode of its Deeper Digs in Rock series.

I was interviewed for Popdose for an extensive text piece last week

Are Faith No More prog? The Prog Report pondered the question in their review of Small Victories. The review stated: “For any fan of Faith No More, this is a great read with a lot of detail. The chapters are short but packed with a lot of well researched history. This is the story of a band that stuck together through a lot of false starts and missteps, but never lost their integrity to do what they wanted. This a must have book for anyone that has loved this band.”

Canadian francophone site Boulevard Brutal published an extensive review of Small Victories. They say: “A biography, as we know, is addressed first and foremost to the fans of the band or the artist. But as FNM became a cult band over time, as tons of artists cite the group as inspiration, this one proves much more interesting.”

Another Canadian site Bravewords also gave the book a glowing review, saying the book was a “joy to read”. They added: “Some of the band members’ musings on the challenges a group of five young men growing up in a successful rock band face were chilling, and the details of the group meeting where they decided to call it a day were incredible”

Australian rock music site Loud published an in-depth interview, and described the book as “a must read for fans of the band, dissecting the fascinating career of the genre-defying act; one of rock’s greatest, if most confounding outfits.”



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