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Новости от группы Fear Factory

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24 September 2009 @ 06:39 pm
Fear Factory on Geocities!
If you haven't heard, Geocities is closing on October 26, 2009. Geocities has played an important role in the history of the Fear Factory fandom. On Fan History Wiki, we want to help chronicle the history of this fandom on Geocities before it is lost forever. We'd love to have you involved.

We've created some stub articles at Fear Factory fansites on Geocities. There isn't much there, especially when you think about the whole of Geocities and how important Geocities was to the Fear Factory fandom. We'd really want to see the few existing articles improved to give a better idea of what role they played early in the fandom's history and for the fandom's history off LiveJournal. Just click edit, write in relevant information and then click save. You can't screw it up. (It's a wiki. Things are incredibily easy to fix if you're worried.) If you're feeling really helpful, please use Template:fansitesgeocities to create new articles so that we can get the history of more Geocitie's Fear Factory fansites saved.

Even if you aren't editing, please pass the word along to others in the fandom. Ask them to help us. Ask them to visit Geocities to just save those sites on their hard drives. If you're a fan fiction reader, check out some of those stories from the fandom before they disappear potentially forever.
21 June 2008 @ 02:08 pm
Slight update, although it may not be official.....
Yeah, from what I've read on Fear Factory's Myspace page, they may be recording/releasing an album and doing a world tour next year. Check out their Myspace, as that might have more info on it.

Like I've said in the title of this post, it might not be official, but it's a possibility.

13 March 2007 @ 06:45 pm

Go and get all giddy on the inside. Read the headline, listen to what's coming our way.

Yeah, behind that link is the official myspace. There is a song from the upcoming Remix album.

In my opinion, it's awesome.
01 February 2007 @ 09:14 pm
Hey guys!

I've been looking around and though I have not seen anything from the FF camp that can be considered official. I can say FF are writing new tunes, they are about 9 songs deep into that process. Though recording the album hasn't been stated quite yet. That was according to Christian. According to Raymond the songs will be much heavier than Transgression, around 180-200+ BPM. They want it in the vein, if not heavier than Archetype.

For those of you still wondering about the cover album... They are currently working on BOTH a cover album and a remix album.

Three kinds of releases. What a nice 2007-2008...

My source for the Remix and Cover album:

I still have a few Signature Japanese dinky's available.
7 string all black even black signature strings.
I set them all up personally.

We are curently writing for the new FF album and we are like 9 songs deep. We have bin working on our upcoming Remix Album and on our Cover album.

and to all the new fans on the page Welcome my friends!

also add my personal page


if you email us with questions or stories it's better to do so on our personal profiles

thank you
Stay Heavy

Christian OW

Keep in mind he didn't say anything about "Soon"
27 January 2007 @ 09:18 pm
I'm working on a cover of Descent (from Obsolete) if anyone wants to listen.

( Descent~~.mp3 )
03 December 2006 @ 01:47 am
Fear Factory ends relationship with label
FEAR FACTORY Splits With LIQUID 8 RECORDS - Dec. 2, 2006

FEAR FACTORY frontman Burton C. Bell has confirmed to Jenny Feniak of the Edmonton Sun that the band has parted ways with Liquid 8 Records, the label that issued the group's last two albums — 2004's "Archetype" and 2005's "Transgression".

"Right now we're a completely independent band. We're free of labels and free of all sorts of things, so it's all about the music right now," says Bell, who is also a creative writer.

Unlike most bands, which have little reason behind their names, branding themselves as FEAR FACTORY back in 1990 meant something real to its members.

"We wanted something that was timeless and something that was provocative and created images within ours heads," says Bell. "We just came up with a philosophy and discussed what FEAR FACTORY was and what it could be, and it seemed to be perfect.

"We didn't want to fall into any real type. We wanted heavy music, but we wanted to experiment with all sorts of ideas and concepts and move forward with it."

FEAR FACTORY recorded its debut in 1991 with "Concrete", but the band didn't have much impact on the world until "Soul of a New Machine" came out the following year.

"It was more like the baby was born and was kicking in all kinds of ideas and just experimenting with all different types of things," says Bell. "But it was still searching for itself."

Read more at www.edmontonsun.com
mood: tiredtired
music: Winter Solstice - Following Caligula
03 November 2006 @ 08:00 pm
tempe, az show
hey, i went to their show earlier this week, and it was fucking amazing. Here's the setlist

crash test
5,400,000 degrees farenheit
moment of impact
slave labor

I was surprised that the crowd didnt go that apeshit like i did when they played crash test. The crowd was really into the stuff that was from obsolete to the latest album. Overall, fear factory fucking rules!
Current Location: be quiet and drive
27 September 2006 @ 12:35 am
NEWS POSTING -- Community Updates
I haven't heard anything further about the "Machines At War" tour being Fear Factory's last. From now on, please do not post something like that unless it has been confirmed by the band or their management. A credible source is required for all news posts.

Thank you.
21 September 2006 @ 08:10 am
Quite possibly their final tour
FEAR FACTORY fans are invited to take part in selecting the set list for the band's headlining tour this fall, "Machines At War" (also featuring SUFFOCATION, HYPOCRISY and DECAPITATED). You can vote for your favorite songs to be played at this location

In other news, FEAR FACTORY's Christian Olde Wolbers is featured in the new "Guitar Hero II" video game ads. Check it out at this location

Machines At War tour dates:

Oct. 26 - San Francisco, CA @ The Pound
Oct. 27 - San Francisco, CA @ The Pound
Oct. 28 - Santa Ana, CA @ Galaxy Theatre
Oct. 29 - Los Angeles, CA @ Key Club
Oct. 30 - Tempe, AZ @ Marquee Theatre
Nov. 01 - Houston, TX @ Warehouse live
Nov. 02 - New Orleans, LA @ House of Blues
Nov. 03 – St. Petersburg, FL @ The State Theatre
Nov. 04 - Ft Lauderdale, FL @ Culture Room
Nov. 06 - Fayetteville, NC @ Jeeters Pub
Nov. 07 - West Springfield, VA @ Jaxx
Nov. 08 - New York, NY @ B.B. King's Blues Club
Nov. 10 - Sayreville, NJ @ Starland Ballroom
Nov. 11 - Atlantic City, NJ @ House of Blues
Nov. 12 - Hartford, CT @ Webster Theatre
Nov. 13 - Montreal, Que @ Medley
Nov. 14 - Toronto, ONT @ The Opera House
Nov. 16 – Cohoes, NY @ Saratoga Winners
Nov. 17 - Worcester, MA @ The Palladium
Nov. 18 - Poughkeepsie, NY @ The Chance
Nov. 19 - Cleveland, OH @ Peabody's
Nov. 22 - South Bend, IN @ Club Fever
Nov. 24 - Detroit, MI @ Harpo's
Nov. 25 - Chicago, IL @ Metro/Smart Bar
Nov. 26 - Saginaw, MI @ Shooters
Nov. 27 – Sauget, IL @ Pop’s
Nov. 28 – Columbia Hts., MN @ Star Central
Nov. 29 – Winnipeg, MB @ Ramada Conf. Center
Dec. 01 – Edmonton, AL @ Starlite Room
Dec. 02 – Edmonton, AB @ Warehouse
Dec. 05 – Seattle, WA @ Studio Seven
Dec. 06 – Portland, OR @ Roseland Theater
Dec. 08 – Englewood, CO @ Gothic Theater
Dec. 09 – Albuquerque, MN @ Sunshine Theater
mood: contentcontent
music: Heaven Shall Burn - Trespassing The Shores of Your World
24 August 2006 @ 04:46 am
Fear Factory, Sepultura and Type O Negative Best Of Cds planned for September.

During September, Roadrunner Records will be releasing the first wave in a series of "best of" collections. The first batch includes music from FEAR FACTORY, SEPULTURA and TYPE O NEGATIVE.

The tracklists are as follows:

FEAR FACTORY - "The Best Of"

01. Martyr
02. Scapegoat
03. Scumgrief
04. Demanufacture
05. Self-Bias Resistor
06. Zero Signal
07. Replica
08. Shock
09. Edgecrusher
10. Resurrection
11. Cars
12. Linchpin

Not surprised Replica is there,or Cars for that matter..being their biggest hits,Scumgrief is a nice choice,though Leechmaster would have been awesome,or even H-K(Hunter Killer).
I would have put on Descent and What Will Become?

Any thoughts?or additions?
15 June 2006 @ 11:13 pm
Fear Factory fonts.
Does anyone know the name of the font used on the banner below?

Note: It was also used on the album art for 'Transgression'.

If you know where I can find that font, or other Fear Factory related fonts, I'd greatly appreciate the help.

Thanks in advance.
Rock on and keep it METAL!
Current Location: Houston, TX
music: 36 Crazyfists - "Felt Through A Phone Line"
30 May 2006 @ 03:28 pm
MTV.com reports: It turns out KORN haven't decided to axe guitarist Rob Patterson after all. Patterson, who had previously played with OTEP, was recruited last year to fill in for Brian "Head" Welch as KORN's touring guitarist. But last week, during the European leg of the band's "See You on the Other Side" tour, fans noticed Patterson — who plays offstage during KORN shows — had been replaced by FEAR FACTORY guitarist Christian Olde Wolbers. According to the band's management, that lineup was only temporary. "KORN played three shows with their longtime friend Christian to start the tour in Europe, but Patterson is now back at that position."

30 May 2006 @ 02:23 am
BLABBERMOUTH.NET: Christian plays with KoRn?
KORN Joined By FEAR FACTORY Guitarist?

According to a posting on KornTV.co.uk and various Internet reports, KORN have enlisted FEAR FACTORY guitarist Christian Olde Wolbers as the replacement for the recently departed Rob Patterson.

Rob, who was previously the guitarist for OTEP, joined KORN as the backup guitarist in July 2005, filling the slot left vacant by the departure of Brian "Head" Welch.

After KORN's first summer European show on Thursday (May 25) at the Super Bock Super Rock XL festival in Lisbon, Portgual, several fans claimed that they saw Olde Wolbers performing with the group at the concert.

FEAR FACTORY are not currently on tour and have no dates scheduled until the fall. However, it is not clear if Wolbers will only be joining KORN for the European leg of the "See You on the Other Side" world tour or if his tenure with the group will be extended to include the upcoming Family Values trek.

KORN's upcoming DVD, "Live On The Other Side", will receive a big screen premiere on June 19 at more than 100 theatres in 70 markets nationwide. Along with interviews, behind-the-scenes footage, and music videos, the disc will feature excerpts from a private show the band played for contest winners and U.S. soldiers on a plane headed to New York from Europe.

The DVD will be in stores on June 20.

KORN will headline the Family Values tour this summer, which begins on July 27 in Virginia Beach. The main stage lineup also features DEFTONES, STONE SOUR, FLYLEAF and DIR EN GREY.

Photo, Video Clips Of FEAR FACTORY Guitarist Performing With KORN Unveiled

KORN fan site KornTV.co.uk has posted the first picture of FEAR FACTORY guitarist Christian Olde Wolbers performing with KORN as the replacement for the recently departed Rob Patterson. The photo, which was taken at the Super Bock Super Rock XL festival in Lisbon, Portgual on Thursday (May 25), can be viewed at this location (a picture of Christian performing with FEAR FACTORY can be seen here). (NOTE: All of KORN's backing band wear animal masks while performing in concert. The move is apparently intended to separate the hired musicians from the actual band and to incorporate the look of the new album cover into the group's live performance.) A couple of video clips from the May 26 concert in Madrid, Spain have also surfaced: "Here to Stay" (video), "Somebody Someone" (video).
mood: sleepysleepy
25 May 2006 @ 12:05 am
A 2-DVD set chronicling last years "Gigantour" will see a release through Image Entertainment on September 05th. While various behind the scenes bonus footage will also be included, the following live performances have been earmarked for the effort:

Megadeth - "She Wolf"
Megadeth - "A Tout Le Monde"
Megadeth - "Kick The Chair"
Dream Theater - "Glass Prison"
Dream Theater - "Panic Attack"
Fear Factory - "Transgression"
Fear Factory - "Archetype"

Nevermore - "Born"
Nevermore - "Enemies Of Reality"
Life Of Agony - "Love To Let You Down"
Life Of Agony - "Day He Died"
Symphony X - "Inferno"
Symphony X - "Of Sins And Shadows"
Bobaflex - "Better Than Me"
Dry Kill Logic - "Paper Tiger"
Dry Kill Logic - "Lost"

More details are available here:

[ http://www.theprp.com/ ]

Sorry I've been absent from the community guys. I'M BACK NOW! Rock on.
music: Fear Factory - "Digital Connectivity" (DVD)