As anticipation continues to build for the May 19 release of Faith No More's highly anticipated new album of Sol Invictus, the band has announced additional tour dates.

After their previously announced North American shows in April and May and a European run in June, Faith No More have scheduled additional dates in the U.S. and Canada beginning in late July. That leg kicks off July 26 in Austin, Texas, with Refused opening up for Faith No More from July 30 through Aug. 7. Check out all the dates below. Ticket pre-sales for the newly announced dates will be available April 8 at 10AM local time via this location.

Bassist Bill Gould, who produced Sol Invictus, talked about the new album: “What I can say is that I think through our experience as musicians over the years, I think what we’re doing reflects where we’ve gone since we made our last record as Faith No More. I think this kicks things up a notch."

Gould continues, "And I think there’s parts that are very powerful and there’s parts that have a lot of ‘space.’ Everything we do, with our chemistry, the way we play; it’s always going to sound like us. It’s just what we do, that makes us feel good.“

Meanwhile, singer Mike Patton tells Revolver in a new interview, "I don’t know what people will think of [the album], but I’ll tell you one thing—we’re really f---ing happy with it. If people think it’s some kind of half-hearted comeback or some limp-wristed f---ing attempt at becoming ‘hip,’ then they can kiss my ass."

Numerous Sol Invictus bundles can be pre-ordered here.

Faith No More 2015 Tour Dates:

4/15 — Vancouver, British Columbia — PNE Forum
4/16 — Seattle, Wash. — Paramount Theater
4/17 — Portland, Ore. — Keller Auditorium
4/19 — San Francisco, Calif. — Warfield
4/20 — San Francisco, Calif. — Warfield
4/23 — Los Angeles, Calif. — The Wiltern
4/24 — Los Angeles, Calif. — The Wiltern
4/25 — Santa Ana, Calif. — The Observatory
5/7 — Chicago, Ill. — Concord Music Hall
5/8 — Detroit, Mich. — The Fillmore
5/9 — Toronto, Ontario — Sony Centre for the Performing Arts
5/11 — Boston, Mass. — Orpheum Theatre
5/13 — New York, N.Y. — Webster Hall
5/14 — New York, N.Y. — Webster Hall
5/15 — Philadelphia, Pa. — Electric Factory
5/29 — Nurburgring, Germany — Grune Holle Festival
5/31 — Munich, Germany — Rockavaria Festival
6/2 — Milan, Italy — Sonisphere
6/4 — Vienna, Austria — Vienna Rocks Festival
6/5 — Hradec Kralove, Czech Republic — Rock For People Festival
6/12 — Landgraaf, Netherlands — Pinkpop Festival
6/13 — Donington, U.K. — Download Festival
6/20 — Clisson, France — Hellfest
6/21 — Dessel, Belgium — Graspop Festival
6/24-7 — Seinajoki, Finland — Provinssi
7/26 - Austin, Texas - Austin Music Hall
7/27 - Dallas, Texas - South Side Ballroom
7/28 - Houston, Texas -- Bayou Music Center
7/30 - Atlanta, Ga. - Masquerade Music Park
7/31 - Raleigh, N.C. -- Red Hat Amphitheater
8/1 - Philadelphia, Pa. - Mann Center for the Performing Arts
8/2 - Columbia, Md. - Merriweather Post Pavilion
8/4 -- Boston, Mass. - Blue Hills Bank Pavilion
8/5 - New York, N.Y. - Madison Square Garden
8/7 - Toronto, Ontario -- Ricoh Coliseum
8/7-9 — Montreal, Quebec — Heavy Montreal

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