Faith No More remain one of the harder hard rock bands to classify. There's too much weirdness and pop in its DNA to peg it as heavy metal. Singer Mike Patton dabbles in jazz and carnival tunes with projects like Mr. Bungle and Fantomas. Keyboardist Roddy Bottum crafted one of the best indie pop album of the '90s with Imperial Teen. All those disparate influences came to the surface best on 1992's Angel Dust. You're most likely to know the band for its Chili Pepperish hit "Epic," which is nowhere near the group's new tunes, like the menacing and swinging "Motherfucker." It appeals to Frank Zappa heads as much as headbangers.