Former frontman of Faith No More, Chuck Mosley sadly passed away at 57 years old. During the mid ’80s, when Faith No More was pioneering alt-metal (which ultimately made way for rap-rock), Mosley was the vocalist on the breakout hit “We Care a Lot.” Blending punk, rock, metal and rap, Faith No More went through several line-up changes, but Mosley’s punk attitude and vocals helped the band make an impact. He then briefly fronted Bad Brains and went on to embark on a solo career.
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