The FEAR FACTORY machine is at its most confident and passionate than ever before and they will be bringing every sonic weapon in its arsenal to the fore when they stampede across Australia this June.
Continue reading FEAR FACTORY announce Australian Tour – June 2016
Photos by Josh Woning and Stuart Blythe
Continue reading Photo Gallery : Soundwave Festival 2015 – Brisbane – Day 2
Photographer: Alicia Stephenson
Continue reading Photo Gallery : Soundwave Festival 2015 – Sydney – Day 1
Interview by Ben Hosking
Fear Factory are heading to Australia in 2015 to play at SOUNDWAVE festival. Our Ben Hosking spoke with Fear Factory co-founder and guitarist Dino Cazares.
Photographer: Amanda Brenchley
Continue reading Photo Gallery: Fear Factory @ The Hi-Fi, Brisbane – 26 September 2012
|If you favour metal in its most primal form, then prepare yourself, because this line-up is what you’ve been waiting for. Soulfly will team up with City of Fire and Incite for a triple International tour of the nation, starting September 7.
Most bands slow down with age – not Soulfly. More than 10 years since their self-titled debut album became a genre classic (and achieved Gold sales), they’re back, and they’re bringing their brutal heavy metal assault to the masses, showcasing their seventh album, Omen. Led by former Sepultura frontman, Max Cavalera, Soulfly have become an even fiercer, fierier and more furious metallic monster.
Well known for their collaborations with up and coming talent, Soulfly will share top billing with Vancouver five piece, City of Fire, featuring members from Fear Factory and Strapping Young Lad – Burton C Bell, Byron Stroud and Jed Simon.
Review: Ben Hosking
|It has always been equally intriguing and amusing to this reviewer that a pair of individuals as intense and creative as Rhys Fulber and Bill Leeb should be most widely known for a dance/pop project. However, this is exactly the case for the Canadian pair long known in metal and industrial circles for their work with projects like Skinny Puppy, Front Line Assembly and Rhys’ regular contributions to groups such as Fear Factory.
Despite – or perhaps because of – this, Delerium has always been an infinitely listenable experience that has pushed the boundaries of the genre; often
encompassing a wonderful darkness. Hopefully they’ve helped regular fans of mindless commercial dance to open their minds to something more creative, layered and ultimately – respectable. Continue reading Delerium – “Remixed: The Definitive Collection” [CD Review]