Ex-Faith No More frontman Chuck Mosley began forging a comeback in recent years. He joined industrial band Primitive Race for their second album, toured quite a bit in 2017, and recorded his first solo album in 12 years with producer Matt Wallace (Deftones, etc.) Unfortunately, Mosley's life was cut short on November 9, 2017 at the age of 57 after being found dead on the floor of his own home in Cleveland, Ohio.
One week prior to his death, Director and Mosley's current live guitarist Drew Fortier began discussing a documentary on his comeback. Mosley reportedly agreed by leaving Fortier a voicemail doing a Bane impression. Fortier, who also directed 2015's Attack of Life: The Bang Tango Movie, is moving forward with the documentary to tell the story of Chuck Mosley.
"I am incredibly excited to tell Chuck's story. I believe everyone will be able to get something positive out of the finished project of what will be Chuck's film."
The film is currently titled Thanks. And Sorry: The Chuck Mosley Movie, and will be co-produced by Mosley's friend and bandmate Douglas Esper. The film has also started a Facebook fan page, which you can check out here.