‘Fear Factory’ Getting Ready To Slay the Stage

I am a Fear Factory fan. ?Obsolete? was a great CD and I also enjoyed ?Digimortal? a lot as well, so when I got an email telling me what is going on with Fear Factory and their participation in Saw soundtrack I jumped on it. Well now we have some more news for you including some tour dates to see this awesome band. Along with even a little more about their participation on the soundtrack. Check inside for all the details.

New Single Featured in Upcoming Lion’s Gate Film Saw In Theaters October 29th

Brand New Maxi Single with Bonus DVD EP, Bite The Hand That Bleeds, In Stores November 16th Through Liquid 8 Records Los Angeles’ FEAR FACTORY is on a mission; a mission to infiltrate America’ s infrastructure by way of numerous multimedia channels. Having already circled the globe twice in support of their acclaimed Billboard Top 30 charting
Liquid 8 Records debut Archetype, which has moved over 100,000 units in its relatively short shelf-time, the band is gearing up to invade North America’s stages once again, this time co-headlining with aggro-metal incumbents Lamb of God. However, this is merely the tip of the proverbial iceberg for one of the hardest working bands in hard rock today.
October 29th will see the nationwide theatrical release of the Lion’s Gate
Films shocker Saw, starring Danny Glover (Lethal Weapon, The Royal Tenenbaums,
The Color Purple), Carey Elwes (Shadow of the Vampire, Kiss The Girls, Bram
Stoker’s Dracula, The Crush), Monica Potter (Along Came A Spider, Con Air,
Patch Adams), Dinah Meyer (Starship Troopers, Birds of Prey, Dragonheart) and directed by newcomer James Wan. The movie stunned audiences at the 2004
Sundance Film Festival, which called it a ‘landscape of indelible horror’. FEAR
FACTORY’s latest single ‘BiteThe Hand That Bleeds’ will not only be on
the film’s soundtrack (released through Artists Addiction Records), but is featured as the movie’s closing credits theme. Music Supervisor Jonathan Platt explains the choice, ‘I played song for Saw producer Gregg Hoffman, and he loved it and decided to use it for the end title theme. This is a very dark movie, and the song really works well with the film’s tone. The mood, music, and textures of the song accentuate this movie’

A trailer for the film can be viewed here:

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