FEAR FACTORY Singer To Perform At COLD WAVES II Festival

FEAR FACTORY Singer To Perform At COLD WAVES II Festival

Burton C. Bell, best known as the vocalist of Los Angeles-based cyber metallers FEAR FACTORY, will join forces with a number of well-known musicians on September 27-28 at the Metro in Chicago, Illinois for the Cold Waves II festival. Also scheduled to appear are Tommy Victor and Tony Campos of PRONG, Paul Barker (MINISTRY) and Chris Connelly (REVOLTING COCKS) as the COCKS MEMBERS, Eric Powell and Mike Peoples of 16VOLT, Jason Novak (CZAR, ACUMEN NATION, ACUCRACK), Adam Grossman and SKREW, Daniel Neet of the CLAY PEOPLE, and Krztoff of BILE. Burton will lend his vocal talents to several of those acts over the two nights, electrifying an already excited crowd.

Burton has started work on the third ASCENSION OF THE WATCHERS album with John Bechdel (MINISTRY, KILLING JOKE, PRONG, MURDER INC.) and Edu Mussi (ECHOES AND SHADOWS, STILL LIFE DECAY) and has confirmed that he will sing on the new album from PRIMITIVE RACE, the new "supergroup" featuring such industrial veterans as Chris Vrenna, Luc Van Acker, Raymond Watts, Dave Ogilvie, Mark Thwaite, Graham Crabb, Erie Loch and Chris Kniker.

For more information on the Cold Waves II festival, visit www.coldwaves.net.

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