FEAR FACTORY: Audio Interview With RAYMOND HERRERA Available
A 12-minute audio interview with FEAR FACTORY drummer Raymond Herrera, conducted recently by Andrew Haug of Triple J's "Full Metal Racket" (based in Australia), can be downloaded at this location (4.9 MB).
As previously reported, FEAR FACTORY fans are invited to take part in selecting the set list for the band's headlining tour this fall, "Machines At War" (also featuring SUFFOCATION, HYPOCRISY and DECAPITATED). You can vote for your favorite songs to be played at this location.
In other news, FEAR FACTORY's Christian Olde Wolbers is featured in the new "Guitar Hero II" video game ads. Check it out at this location.
FEAR FACTORY is continuing to promote its latest album, "Transgression", which was released in August 2005 through Calvin, an imprint of Liquid 8. The record includes 11 songs, all produced by Toby Wright (ALICE IN CHAINS, KORN, METALLICA).
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