Former FEAR FACTORY Members Plan Next Move
Former FEAR FACTORY frontman Burton C. Bell is reportedly collaborating with ex-FEAR FACTORY keyboardist John Bechdel (i.e. PRONG, KILLING JOKE, REVOLTING COCKS, MURDER INC.) on an “alternative/stoner rock” project at Bechdel's home studio in Pennsylvania. Meanwhile, former FEAR FACTORY drummer Raymond Herrera is said to be keeping busy working on “electronica”-styled music for possible inclusion with various video games, while guitarist Dino Cazares is presently seeking out musicians for his brand new group, which is currently unnamed. In related news, THE KUSH PROJECT, the long-running project featuring Herrera, ex-FEAR FACTORY bassist Christian Olde Wolbers, DEFTONES guitarist Stephen Carpenter and CYPRESS HILL frontman B-Real, will play the 420 Harvest show at the Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles, on April 20th. Also performing at the same show will be CYPRESS HILL and REDMAN.
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