FEAR FACTORY: 'Cyberwaste' Video Posted Online

FEAR FACTORY's brand-new video for the track "Cyberwaste" has been posted online. Check it out: Low-Speed, High-Speed.

As previously reported, "Cyberwaste" (mp3) comes off the group's upcoming CD, "Archetype", due on April 20 through Liquid 8 Records (parent company of D3 Entertainment). The follow-up to 2001's critically panned "Digimortal" was recorded at Rumbo Recorders in Los Angeles with engineer Ken Marshall (SKINNY PUPPY) and was mixed in Vancouver with Greg Reely (MACHINE HEAD, STRAPPING YOUNG LAD, DEVILDRIVER). The video for "Cyberwaste" was shot in early February in Perth, Australia and will be premiered this Saturday, March 27 on MTV2's "Headbanger's Ball".

In other news, FEAR FACTORY have confirmed more dates as part of their upcoming European tour. The trek is shaping up as follows:

Jun. 19 – Burgum, NETH @ Waldrock Festival
Jun. 21 – London, UK @ Astoria Theater
Jun. 22 – Manchester, UK @ Academy
Jun. 26 - Le Mans, FRA @ Fury Fest

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