Tag: Fear Factory

Review: “Nano 3000” by Sintax

Proving that decent Metal music isn’t limited by geography, the sophomore album from Israeli metal band Sintax is a highly anticipated one as it gets its international release via Sliptrick records on 2nd February 2021. Formed in 2013 from Showrchtsechaye and DeuSphera, the band have featured on the Israeli Headbangers Ball, while 2015’s “Sway for a

Review: “The Cloven Hand” by Zebadiah Crowe

From the minds of Zebadiah Crowe, the creators of last summers “Host Rider” comes the first of two EPs that promise a further test to your sanity in the bleak mid winter in “The Cloven Hand“. How much of a part Forrrthen and The Horrid played in the creation of these tracks with the exception

Review: “Civilizations Coma” by Synastry

The return of much loved acts after a long absence can bring with it mixed emotions; if there are line up changes the immediate question is what will the band sound like after so long away; will they be able to pick up where they left off and of course are they here to stay.

Documentary: 30 Years of Fear Factory!

Members of Machine Head, Chimaira, Once Human, Devin Townsend, Static-X and more share their memories of Fear Factory as they celebrate 30 years of the bands Industrial Metal sounds in this new mini documentary. Following guitarist Dino Cazares successful crowd funding campaign, their shelved 2017 album “Monolith” is having elements re-recorded with Mike Heller adding

Bootleg: Static-X in Toronto!

Another unearthed by Liberated Tape Archive sees Industrial Metal legends Static-X in Toronto Ontario Canada at The Warehouse on 22nd July 1999. These were the “Wisconsin Death Trip” days with the original line up raising Evil Disco Hell across the Globe and joined by Fear Factory guitarist Dino Cazares for set closer “Push It“. May Wayne

Bootleg: Fear Factory in Columbus Ohio!

The run of Ozzfest sets from 20 years ago that have surfaced over the past few weeks from Liberated Tape Archive have been a nostalgic pleasure and this one which sees Fear Factory at the Polaris Amphitheatre in Columbus Ohio on on 14th June 1999 will be familiar to more than most. Why? Because it

Vs Tuesday: Two Bands! One Song! Who Wins?! FIGHT! Negative Creep.

Often sidelined and underrated, the debut Nirvana album “Bleach” has some absolute rippers on it and deserves more credit that it often gets, hiding in the shadows of “Nevermind“, “In Utero” and of course that MTV unplugged album. There have been plenty of bands influenced by it and who have chosen songs from it for

Review: “Laborious” by Gangora

“This EP was recorded a long time ago and sat around collecting dust unfortunately. Please enjoy and feel free to share“. Created by guitarist Rob Marton (No One Knows What the Dead Think, ex-Discordance Axis) and bassist vocalist Chris Gennaro (Grone, ex-Suiciety), “Laborious” is the debut offering from a project they’re calling Gangora. Hailing from

Documentary: Fear Factory Studio Update #2!

As the Dino Cazares launched Go Fund Me campaign for rebuilding “Monolith“, the completed 2017 album from Fear Factory, has hit $20k of its $25k target, he’s shared the tiniest of second studio updates. He promised live drums to replace the programmed ones on the original and so here’s the evidence that Mike Heller is