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The first North American tour in 18 years. Hard to believe that a band as prolific as Faith No More would just disappear from the face of the Earth only to resurface years later with brand new music and performances ripe with energy that you could hardly believe all the members were pushing 50 years of age. Faith No More basically need no introduction, so you’re not getting one.

The seminal experimental rock act were joined on stage by Mexican gargage punk band Le Butcherettes. Formed in Guadalajara in 2007 and led by Teri Gender Bender (Teresa Suárez), the three-piece well echoes the chaotic spirit of Faith No More in both their music and live act. Definitely not a performance to be missed, as Teri’s on-stage antics are comical, engaging, and even sometimes frightening.

Grab the photos of their performance at Chicago’s Concord Music Hall below!

Le Butcherettes

Faith No More

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