FEAR FACTORY/DIVINE HERESY Guitarist To Guest On 'The Moshpit'
Guitarist Dino Cazares (FEAR FACTORY, DIVINE HERESY) will be interviewed by host Mike Z. on tonight's (Saturday, August 1) edition of "The Moshpit" show on Southern California's 96.7 KCAL FM. The rest of the country (and world) can stream the show live at www.kcalfm.com between 10:00 p.m. PT and 2:00 a.m. PT.
Commented Dino: "I will be promoting the new DIVINE HERESY CD and putting to rest all these rumors about FEAR FACTORY legal disputes."
DIVINE HERESY's sophomore album, "Bringer of Plagues", was released in North America on July 28 via Century Media Records. The band teamed up once again with acclaimed producing team Dirty Icon (Logan Mader and Lucas Banker) which has previously worked with CAVALERA CONSPIRACY, GOJIRA, FIVE FINGER DEATH PUNCH.
DIVINE HERESY recently shot a video for the track "Facebreaker" with renowned director Brian Thompson (KILLSWITCH ENGAGE). According to a press release, "the clip features the band's frenetic live performance surrounded by an apocalyptic background setting."
Check out photos from the video shoot at this location.
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