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FEAR FACTORY Film Video In Los Angeles

Discussion in 'Metal News' started by MetalAges, Dec 20, 2009.

  1. MetalAges

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    FEAR FACTORY Film Video In Los Angeles | New Web And Social Networking Sites Launched

    FEAR FACTORY begin filming the video for the song “Fear Campaign" from their anticipated new album, Mechanize today. Directed by the team of Ian McFarland and Mike Pecci (Meshuggah, God Forbid) with producer Ryan Kohler, the video is being filmed in and around the band’s original base of Los Angeles. It is expected for completion mid-January with broadcast and Internet premieres already in progress.

    Director Ian McFarland comments, "what excites us about this song is the building and releasing of energy. We are planning to present a visual overload of images that will keep the viewer glued to the screen. The hope is to dissect the word 'fear' and to make a piece of art that will not only capture the power of the song and but the true intensity of FEAR FACTORY.”

    In discussing the song’s lyrical concept, vocalist Burton C. Bell reveals, “it was not necessary to camouflage the insanity of the world of today within a science fiction setting like we've done in the past. The world today has become the world that writers predicted long ago. The controlling authorities are constantly, and successfully, utilizing fear tactics to control the masses. Fear is control."

    Due in stores February 9, Mechanize is already receiving early acclaim. Bravewords.com recently said, "all the intrinsic qualities of FEAR FACTORY are firmly in place yet have been reinvigorated and supercharged. Combining just the right elements of their own past, present and future, FEAR FACTORY have achieved instant excitement and an immediate adrenaline boost. Prepare to be blown away."

    FEAR FACTORY recently launched a series of new official web and social networking sites that fans should visit for official and regularly updated news. The sites will be the first to carry details of the band’s upcoming tour activities in support of Mechanize. Official site details are included below.

    http://www.fearfactorymusic.com
    http://www.facebook.com/fearfactory
    http://www.myspace.com/fearfactory
    http://www.youtube.com/fearfactorymusic
     
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    thats awesome. would love to be able to watch a shoot like that!
     
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    That's so great to hear this . I love it and want to see it more
     
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    this new cd is really good. i was surprised
     
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    Fear Factory's anxiously-awaited new album, Mechanize, is the first album to feature the lineup of vocalist Burton C. Bell, returning guitarist Dino Cazares, bassist Byron Stroud and veteran drummer Gene Hoglan.
     
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    Read today on Metal Hammer that Fear Factory have just finished mixing their new album, ‘The Industrialist’. Will be released in the summer.
     
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    That's great. But as for me it's more interestingly, is Divine Heresy going to release new materials?
     
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    Not sure, other than reading on Wikipedia and other sources that Dino says they are still together and will release an album this year.
     
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    Love that band but haven't seen them in a few years now. They don't seem to be playing festivals in the UK
     
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    looking forward to it :D
     
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    I spoke too soon in that reply back in February. The band played Donington in June. But would you believe that I was stuck in the queue outside for so long I missed half their set.

    They actually opened the Festival because 2 earlier bands were cancelled due to flood clearance after the rains. I think Fear Factory came on earlier than planned too. Curses!!

    But then they're back and playing the UK in December. So I've got my ticket for that. It's a triple-bill where they and Tesseract are supporting the Devin Townsend Project. Can't wait.
     

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