You may already know he has a deep love of music and bands (he had SLAYER play in his back garden and had IGGY POP play his first wedding for fuck sake!), and does his bit to help wherever he can. The obvious one, would be the band HIM, whom he’s directed numerous music videos for, even making their iconic Heartagram logo as much his own as it is theirs, but he’s also directed video’s for the likes of THE 69 EYES and VIKING SKULL, even going as far as making a whole album’s worth of videos for CKY, and that’s without also opening his own venue in West Chester called “The Note”. It’s safe to say then, that Bam Margera is passionate about music, but, did you know he was now in a band of his own? They go by the name of FUCKFACE UNSTOPPABLE, and have just released their début self-titled double album. Recorded in Reykjavik, Iceland…what’s Bam come up with?
Disk one’s opening track dives straight into a cover of “Big News I & II” by CLUTCH. A big fan of the band, here he pays homage to their southern groove metal and blues style influence, it’s a great cover, giving the track a new lease of life with a dirtier, grittier performance. “Moonshine” is an FFU original and wears the influence of that southern style proudly on its sleeve. Waldie’s bass and Matty J’s guitar work capturing the feel of the music style effortlessly.
Next up we’re into cover territory again, this time its “Get It On” by Scandinavian death-punks TURBONEGRO, and once again we see FFU (aided by guest vocalist Nate Bergman of Lionize) breath fresh life into another classic track, although it’s not as good as their cover of “All My Friends Are Dead”, which was released as a stand-alone single back in 2013.
“Sleepless” takes a far gloomier path, with more guest vocals, this time from Dani Filth of CRADLE OF FILTH fame, and despite being a slow burner, still holds your attention with some more, slick guitar work and emphasis on piling on the gothic atmospherics. “Till The Wheels Fall Alf!” was originally included in the band’s first EP, but is more than welcome here, freshly recorded and sounding crunching as ever. Disk two primarily consists of live songs recorded at the Zombie Hut, Corby, during the bands 2013 UK tour; that is until you reach the final track, which is special inclusion of Bam’s ludicrously brilliant dub-step banger that is “Bend My Dick”, which is better listened to than explained in words.
All in all, FuckFace Unstoppable are a clearly a cohesive unit, they play well together live, they've written and recorded some good songs together and have a lot of potential as a band. If they can focus less on covers and live content next time round, they could very well turn out a quality hard rock album. Right now, Bam is in that awkward place where people still know him for stunts and crazy antics and, while that may very well be a big part of his career, if he’s to pursue music, people need to look past his days as a JACKASS and allow him the chance to express himself through his band. We’ll see what the future holds, until then, pass the moonshine; let’s rock ‘n’ ral! 
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