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Documentary about late Faith No More vocalist Chuck Mosley in the works

Imelda Michalczyk/RedfernsThe story of former Faith No More vocalist Chuck Mosley will be told in a new documentary.

Titled Thanks. And Sorry, the film will be directed by Drew Fortier, and will be produced by Mosley's longtime friend and musical collaborator, Douglas Esper.

Work on the documentary actually began before Mosley unexpectedly died last November at age 57. In announcing the film, Fortier shared a recording of a voicemail Mosley left him confirming his participation in the doc.

For more info, stay tuned to the Thanks. And Sorry Facebook page.

Mosley joined Faith No More in 1984, and sang on the band's first two albums: 1985's We Care a Lot and 1987's Introduce Yourself. He also briefly played with hardcore pioneers Bad Brains, and had a solo career.

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