There Seems To Be Some Confusion Regarding Fear Factory’s New Album Title

Fear Factory are planning to release a new album this year, but it looks like there is some confusion regarding its title. Back in November, Burton C. Bell was interviewed at “Headbanger’s Con” and he revealed that the effort will be called “Monolith,” while also sharing the cover art. Here’s what he said:

“Fear Factory, we have a new record. It’s done. It’s delivered to the label. And we’ve got some technical difficulties, and once that’s finished, the record’s gonna come out. It’s gonna be called ‘Monolith‘. It’s a great record.”

However, a fan asked Dino Cazares about it on Twitter and he said he was “not sure what [they were] talking about.” He also added the following in a since deleted tweet: “Not sure why he would say that’s the title of a album that is same name of a ex band members band?.” So at this point, fans will just have to wait until official details are confirmed.

[via The PRP]

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Fear Factory Planning To Release New Album In 2019

It looks like Fear Factory are planning to release a new album in 2019. Burton C. Bell confirmed the news during an interview with M.I.R.P. at the Headbangers Con in Portland, OR last month:

“Fear Factory has a record done. It’s delivered to the label. We’re just waiting for some legal technicalities [to be sorted out.] And the record’ll be out next year.”

[via Blabbermouth]

Fear Factory’s “Obsolete” To Be Released On Gold Vinyl

Fear Factory‘s 1998 album “Obsolete” is set to receive a gold 180 gram vinyl pressing. The effort, which will be released on October 12 in North America and October 5 in Europe, will be limited to 2,000 copies and it will come with a four page booklet.

[via The PRP]

Fear Factory Resolve Logo Beef With UK Restaurant

Last year, a Bradford, UK restaurant called Food Fusion came to Fear Factory‘s attention due to their logo, which was pretty much exactly the same as the band’s. Now, it looks like the issue has been resolved after a year and two cease and desist letters.

[via The PRP]

Dino Cazares (Fear Factory) Injures Foot, Plans To Perform Upcoming Shows In A Chair

While in Melbourne, Australia, Fear Factory’s Dino Cazares tore a muscle in his foot. Doctors say he can’t put pressure on it for two week, which means he will have perform in a chair for the band’s next four shows.