21:48 - 3rdWorld Was just playing the devil's advocate. I love them myself but just the first 3 for that matter. Haven't heard the full album but that one single really sounded well like the old primitive bassy Korn.
21:36 - !J.O.O.E.! Nah it's a fun album. Their best since Untouchables, though not as good.
21:15 - 3rdWorld Because they make shite in the name of muzick.
21:14 - Dark Forever Wow, new Korn album just dropped almost an entire point because of six votes. People just love to hate them :P
21:02 - Paz Meh, I expected something I didn't know :'/
21:00 - tibosax For fans of Skaphe and Misthyrming [link]
"Expiration Date", the new official music video from Fear Factory, is now available for you streaming through the YouTube player. The track comes from the band's latest studio album, Genexus, which was released worldwide via Nuclear Blast Entertainment in late 2015. The video clip was directed by Tommy Jones (Slayer, Testament, Death Angel) for Videohammer Studios.
Fear Factory had a rough night yesterday. The American industrialists are currently touring in Europe as part of their Demanufacture anniversary tour, performing the album in its entirety. However, their tour bus had an accident last night while they were leaving Aschaffenburg, Germany. The good news is that despite the damage, the band members and crew are all fine. Days before, Fear Factory played in Paris at La Trabendo as well.
Who wants to hear another new track from Fear Factory? Now you can because the band has been generous enough to share more music. The industrial metal heavyweights have premiered a new track online called "Dielectric", taken from the band's much anticipated opus, Genexus. Give the song a listen right here right now. After three new songs released, is the follow-up to The Industrialist sounding promising so far?
Are you already tired of listening to Fear Factory's "Soul Hacker" and want more? Well, then rejoice! A second song from the band's forthcoming concept albumGenexus, which is due out on August 7th worldwide via Nuclear Blast Entertainment, has now been shared in a lyric video which you can watch below. Are you pleased with the new tune "Protomech"?
Fear Factory might have a new album ready to be released, Genexus, but they are also celebrating their past. In fact, their landmark release Demanufacture will be celebrated in a new European tour. They will be touring Europe in celebration of the 20th anniversary of their highly revered second studio album, Demanufacture. The tour will be a very rare event for fans with Fear Factory playing that album in its entirety. They will also showcase songs from their new album Genexus - out 7th August via Nuclear Blast.
Are you curious about Fear Factory's forthcoming album? Well, then the good news is that you can already hear one song from it, for starters. The industrial metallers from Los Angeles have just premiered the tune "Soul Hacker" from their upcoming album, Genexus, due out on August 7th worldwide via Nuclear Blast Entertainment. Watch the video below and share your impressions. Did you like this first taste?
Fear Factory begin revealing a little bit about the music on Genexus, their new album. The industrial metallers will release their 9th studio album and Nuclear Blast Entertainment debut, on August 7th worldwide. Until then, the band is whetting the appetite of eager fans by releasing the first trailer for the album. Enter the world of the new album Genexus and hear a snippet of new track "Protomech", right here.
Fear Factory continue to reveal more about their new album. After announcing the title and release date, the next pieces of the puzzle are the cover artwork and the tracklist. Also, you can find out more about the concept behind the album that will be called Genexus.
Fear Factory have lifted the veil on their new album and follow-up to The Industrialist. Three years later, the industrial group is releasing their upcoming 9th studio release, Genexus. It will be released on August 7th worldwide via Nuclear Blast Entertainment. The record was co-produced by long-time collaborator Rhys Fulber, along with Cazares and Bell and mixed by Andy Sneap (Arch Enemy, Testament, Exodus, Machine Head). Also, Mike Heller played drums on the new album.
Fear Factory are forging a new album but they are also touring in July and August in North America. And they are taking Coal Chamber with them as well as special guest Jasta, Devil You Know, Saint Ridley and Madlife. Coal Chamber are releasing a new album, of course, and Fear Factory will be touring with their new bassist Antonio "Tony" Campos. Their new album is expected this year.
Fear Factory welcomes a new bassist. Tony Campos will be joining the band and leaving his gig with Soulfly. Campos is also known as the former bass guitarist of industrial metal band Static-X, Ministry and Prong. His new focus will now be Fear Factory, who are working a new album. His first show with the industrial metallers will be at Amnesia Rock Fest on June 20th.
It's time for a new Fear Factory album folks! The Los Angeles industrial metallers have signed a deal for North America and Europe with Nuclear Blast Entertainment and are currently working on material for their Nuclear Blast debut. The as-of-yet-untitled album will be co-produced by long-time collaborator Rhys Fulber, along with Cazares and Bell. A winter 2015 release is expected. Let the anticipation begin...
US industrialists Fear Factory have recently confirmed a string of tour dates across Australia for this coming July. For this tour, the band has also announced that they will be playing their classic album Demanufacture in its entirety and for the first time since their existence. Demanufacture was released back in 1995.