ASESINO Feat. FEAR FACTORY Members: Video Of Fullerton Concert Available; Mexican Shows Announced

ASESINO Feat. FEAR FACTORY Members: Video Of Fullerton Concert Available; Mexican Shows Announced

ASESINO, the death metal/grindcore project featuring FEAR FACTORY guitarist Dino Cazares and FEAR FACTORY/ex-STATIC-X bassist Tony Campos (on bass/vocals), played a free show this past Tuesday, February 12 at Slidebar in Fullerton, California. Fan-filmed video footage of the concert can be seen below.

ASESINO will return to Mexico this May, a little over half a year after canceling an appearance at the 2017 Knotfest México due to Cazares's broken leg.

ASESINO will play the following shows:

May 18 - Guadalajara - Foro Indepencia
May 19 - Monterrey - Cafe Iguana
May 20 - Mexico City - Carpas Astros

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ASESINO has spent the last few years sporadically working on material for its long-awaited third album.

The band's second disc, "Cristo Satanico", came out in 2006.


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