07:45 - 3rdWorld For eg. I can see for you "Registered as AmboasMetalhead".
07:43 - 3rdWorld Meh, you never seem to pay attention to anything you read cynic. Place your cursor over the username and pause for a second i.e just hover over it for a moment. You will get a "Registered as" tiny popup message.
07:23 - Cynic Metalhead Where you seeing "Registered as"?! You can see the "registered date" with country, last seen online, posts and points. No way I can see members' former names' mentioned there.
06:56 - 3rdWorld If you go to members list, and place your cursor over the member name, you will see the "Registered as" name which is their original registered username. No need to be staff for that @Angel Reaper.
Industrial metallers Fear Factory have premiered a new video, taken from their latest album apply named The Industrialist. The video for "The Industrialist" blends live performance footage from the band with images featured on the album artwork and you can watch it over here. It was directed/edited by James Zahn. The Industrialist came out in June via Candlelight Records.
Good news from the Fear Factory camp. The band's new album, The Industrialist, is now available for streaming in full at this location. The Industrialist hits stores today, June 5th, in North America through Candlelight Records and was released on June 1st in Europe via AFM Records. More album details were previously reported here.
Due to conflicting obligations, Gene Hoglan recently had to step down from US industrial metallers Fear Factory, leaving it open for replacement. Mike Heller (Malignancy, System Divide) has now been announced as the replacement. Dino Cazares also confirmed it on his official twitter account.
US industrial metallers Fear Factory have released the official trailer for their upcoming new album The Industrialist, which is available for viewing below. The trailer is a visual preview into the story behind the album, set for release on June 5th via Candlelight Records. More album details were previously reported here.
US industrial metallers Fear Factory have released a teaser for their upcoming single Recharger, which will be released on April 24th, and you can listen to it below. The song "Recharger" is taken from the band's new offering titled The Industrialist, set for release on June 5th via Candlelight Records. More album details were previously reported here.
US industrial metallers Fear Factory have revealed the cover artwork and package details for their forthcoming album The Industrialist, set for North American release on June 5th via Candlelight Records. The album is a conceptual record based around a story written by vocalist Burton C. Bell and the artwork was created by American designer Anthony Clarkson with additional direction from the band. The album will be available on three formats — standard CD, a limited edition deluxe digi-book (featuring two additional songs), and 180-gram double vinyl.
US industrial metallers Fear Factory have announced their first tour dates for 2012. They will embark on a US tour, which is set to begin in San Antonio on May 1st and the band will be joined by Shadows Fall, The Browning, The Devastated, and Legacy Of Disorder. In the meantime, the band is finishing details on their forthcoming new album The Industrialist, expected to be released in early summer.
US industrial metallers Fear Factory have confirmed Matt DeVries as their new bassist. DeVries, previously of Chimaira and who recently left Six Feet Under, joins the band replacing Byron Stroud. The band is currently working on their upcoming new album The Industrialist, planned for an early summer release. The album is being mixed in Canada by Greg Reely while artwork for the album is nearly complete. Specific details about the new album are expected in the coming week.
After revealing that the band was working on a new album, Fear Factory's guitarist Dino Cazares has now confirmed that the band's upcoming album will be entitled The Industrialist. All other details are still under wraps for the time being.
Dino Cazares posted this short update on his personal Facebook page: "Some of you already know this but the ones who don't the new FF CD is called The Industrialist."
On a short message posted on his personal Facebook page, Fear Factory's guitarist Dino Cazares has revealed that the band is working on a new album, which should be out in late April. The upcoming album will be the follow-up to 2010's Mechanize.
Dino Cazares announced: "Yes, there is another FF CD in the works and it should be out late April".
Fear Factory are forced to cancel their US mini-tour set to kick off this week.
Fear Factory's management (more precisely Scott Koenig of King Artist Management) explained that the reason for the last-minute postponement concerns a "family emergency" of one of the band members. The band's manager went on to say that the shows are "currently being rescheduled for early April." The rescheduled dates will be announced in the coming weeks.
Affected shows include:
Dec. 29 - Tempe, AZ - The Club House
Dec. 30 - El Paso, TX - Club 101
Dec. 31 - Fort Worth, TX - The Rail Club
Jan. 01 - Tulsa, OK - The Marquee Theater
Jan. 02 - Amarillo, TX - Club Khaos
Jan. 04 - Farmington, NM - Top Deck
US stoner metal band High On Fire is happy to announce that they will be touring Europe this December, together with industrial metal masters
Tour dates are as follows:
December 4, 2010 - Gruenspan - Hamburg, GER
December 5, 2010 - 013 - Tilburg, HOL
December 6, 2010 - Den Atelier - Luxembourg City, LUX
December 7, 2010 - Trix - Antwerp, BEL
December 8, 2010 - Garage - Saarbrucken, GER
December 9, 2010 - Arena - Vienna, AUS
December 11, 2010 - Komplex 457 - Zurich, SWI
December 12, 2010 - Estragon - Bologna, ITA
December 13, 2010 - Essigfabrik - Cologne, GER
December 14, 2010 - Le Trianon - Paris, FRA
December 15, 2010 - Rock City - Nottingham, UK
December 16, 2010 - QMU - Glasgow, SCO
"Powershifter", the new video from US metallers Fear Factory, can now be watched at this location.
The video clip is actually a fully fan-filmed labor of love captured in London earlier this year. In fact, for 23-year-old video blogger Myles Dyer, the chance to film the band on and off stage for four shows was a dream come true.
Myles states: "To think that years ago I would be sitting at home watching their DVD's over and over again, dreaming that one day I could see them live! And not only that," he goes on to say on his website, "I got to meet them and... got the go on tour with them... become actual friends with the guys... words will never explain how I feel!"