FEAR FACTORY Completes Recording Drums, Guitar And Bass For New Album

FEAR FACTORY Completes Recording Drums, Guitar And Bass For New Album

FEAR FACTORY recently entered NRG Recording Studios in North Hollywood, California with longtime producer/collaborator Rhys Fulber and engineer Mike Plotnikoff to begin tracking its new album for an early 2015 release via Nuclear Blast Entertainment. The CD will be mixed by acclaimed British producer Andy Sneap, who has previously worked with MEGADETH, KILLSWITCH ENGAGE, EXODUS, TESTAMENT and ACCEPT, among many others.

Asked by Life Music Media how far into the recording process for the new album FEAR FACTORY is at the moment, the band's guitarist, Dino Cazares, said: "We are complete with drums, most of the guitars and most of the bass. What's left is vocals."

In addition to Cazares and singer Burton C. Bell, FEAR FACTORY's current touring lineup features drummer Mike Heller and bassist Matt DeVries.

On the topic of the musical direction of FEAR FACTORY's new material, Dino told SiriusXM: "Well, each one of our records are so different from each other. You know, it still sounds like FEAR FACTORY. There's still the killer guitar picking, the killer drum beats, Burt's [C. Bell] beautiful vocals on the top of it, you know, that's all still very much intact, but you always have to try and experiment and push your music to different places, you know what I mean? From [1992's] 'Soul Of A New Machine' to [1995's] 'Demanufacture' is a big jump, and 'Demanufacture' is obviously so different. I would have to say this record would land somewhere between 'Demanufacture' and [1998's] 'Obsolete'."

FEAR FACTORY's latest album, 2012's "The Industrialist", sold 9,300 copies in the United States in its first week of release to debut at position No. 38 on The Billboard 200 chart.

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