FEAR FACTORY: 'Bite The Hand That Bleeds' Video Posted Online

FEAR FACTORY's video for the track "Bite the Hand That Bleeds" is available for download at this location. The song, which comes off the group's latest CD, "Archetype", will be featured on the soundtrack to the upcoming horror movie "Saw", due in theaters nationwide on October 29. In addition, the track will appear as the movie's closing-credits theme.

Music Supervisor Jonathan Platt explained the choice: "I played song for 'Saw' producer Gregg Hoffman, and he loved it and decided to use it for the end title theme. This is a very dark movie, and the song really works well with the film's tone. The mood, music, and textures of the song accentuate this movie."

The James Wan-directed movie is about a serial killer whose latest potential victims — Cary Elwes and Leigh Whannell — find they are chained to a wall and have no idea how they got there. The film also stars Danny Glover and Monica Potter. A trailer for the film can be viewed here.


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