FEAR FACTORY: 'Transgression' Chart Positions Revealed

FEAR FACTORY's latest CD, "Transgression", has entered the national charts in the following countries:

#38: Finland
#44: Austria
#45: USA
#54: Holland
#58: Sweden
#87: France

As previously reported, "Transgression" sold 19,000 copies in the United States in its first week of release (according to Nielsen SoundScan). This is substantially less than the first-week number registered by its predecessor, "Archetype", which sold 32,000 copies back in April 2004 to enter the Billboard chart at No. 30.

"Transgression" was recorded at Track Record Studios in North Hollywood, California with producer Toby Wright (ALICE IN CHAINS, KORN, SOULFLY). In addition to Wright, there is a list of guest musicians that collaborated on "Transgression", including bass player Billy Gould of FAITH NO MORE fame. Billy contributes to two songs: "Echo of My Scream" and "Supernova". Also included on "Transgression" is "New Promise", which was co-written with Mark Morton of LAMB OF GOD.

For a full FEAR FACTORY history, discography and global gig guide, visit Rockdetector.com.


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