FEAR FACTORY's BURTON C. BELL Interviewed; Video Available

Burton C. Bell of FEAR FACTORY and ASCENSION OF THE WATCHERS fame was recently interviewed by DT Hucklebuck of Woozyfly.com's "Buckshot's Bonanza".

Watch the nine-minute chat at this location.

ASCENSION OF THE WATCHERS, the band featuring Bell and John Bechdel (MINISTRY, KILLING JOKE, FALSE ICONS), released "Numinosum" on February 19 via MINISTRY frontman Al Jourgensen's 13th Planet Records

In a recent interview with MTV.com, Bell stated about ASCENSION OF THE WATCHERS, "I've never really considered myself a metal guy. Yeah, I've been in a metal-industrial band, but the music I've always listened to has been much different, which is maybe why the vocals I did with FEAR FACTORY were different than those of other metal singers. But I definitely wanted to do something much different this time. The music is completely personal, and it lets me try techniques I haven't previously had the chance to explore. We used to always say we were expanding the boundaries in FEAR FACTORY. Well, now I'm really stepping out of the boundaries."


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