FEAR FACTORY guitarist Dino Cazares was recently interviewed by Cat Unrapped of the "Collision" radio show on Australia's Voice FM. You can now listen to the chat below.Asked what other things he likes to do away from FEAR FACTORY and playing music, Dino said: "It's creative in a different way, but I like to race cars, but they're small cars — they're called remote-control cars. Kind of like what everybody is doing with the drones and flying drones in the air, I work on RC cars. I like to have some normalcy when I get home. I like to do certain things. My wife loves to snowboard. I love going up to the mountain and hanging out while she snowboards. I don't snowboard myself; I'm afraid of getting hurt. We like to have a normal life. We have a dog and we have a yard, so I like to work on normal things." He continued: "One of the main things we like to do when we get home is we like to cook for friends. My wife really likes to cook. We like to host friends coming over, having food, watching a movie with friends, or just bullshitting and talking, having drinks in our home and inviting people to come over. That's something that we really like. We don't necessarily need to go out to every bar or every club or every show. We like staying home and visiting the family, spending time with family and spending time with our friends. That's something that's really important to us, and we like doing that." FEAR FACTORY has just embarked on a U.S. headlining tour on which it is performing its classic second album, "Demanufacture", in its entirety. A list of all the tour dates can be found at FearFactory.com FEAR FACTORY's latest album, "Genexus", was released on August 7, 2015 via Nuclear Blast Entertainment.
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