Header Ffaf New2
The News

Funeral For A Friend Announce Final Hours At Hammersmith Limited Edition Vinyl

Funeral For A Friend’s infamous 2006 show is being released on vinyl

Welsh post-hardcore heroes Funeral For A Friend have announced they will be releasing their 2006 show at Hammersmith Palais on limited-edition double vinyl.

The gig, which was the final UK stop on their Hours tour, is being released on transparent blue vinyl, with only 1,000 copies being made. This is the first time their Final Hours show has been made available on vinyl.

The show – which features an iconic setlist including Juneau, Streetcar and Escape Artists Never Die – was recorded on June 4, 2006, just days before their set on the main stage at Download festival supporting Guns N’ Roses.

It has also been announced that their Casually Dressed & Deep in Conversation and Hours albums will be released on limited-edition vinyl at a later date.

The Final Hours double LP will be released on November 29 via Rhino Music. You can order a copy now.

Final Hours At Hammersmith tracklist

LP1 Side One

This Years Most Open Heartbreak
Roses For The Dead
End Of Nothing

LP1 Side Two

Bullet Theory
10:45 Amsterdam Conversations
Red Is The New Black

LP2 Side One

Rookie Of The Year
All The Rage
She Drove Me To Daytime Television

LP2 Side Two

The Art Of American Football
Escape Artists Never Die

Posted on October 10th 2019, 3:00p.m.
Read More
Holding Absence in The K! Pit
Melodic post-hardcore crew Holding Absence hit The K! Pit in association with Nordic Spirit at Blondies, our favourite East London dive bar.
Svalbard in The K! Pit
Brit metallers Svalbard hit The K! Pit in association with Nordic Spirit at Blondies, our favourite East London dive bar.
Updated: A round-up of all tours and events affected by coronavirus in 2021

Stay up-to-date on all cancelled and rescheduled tours, festivals and events this year.

Lamb Of God unleash Bad Brains cover featuring FEVER 333's Jason Aalon Butler

Lamb Of God and FEVER 333’s Jason Aalon Butler have teamed up for a live quarantine cover of Bad Brains’ I Against I.

End of content
No more pages to load