Fear Factory Announce New Dates!

Candlelight Records today confirms three more in-store/meet-and-greets as part of FEAR FACTORY’s ongoing Fear Campaign American Tour 2010. All four members of the band will be available to meet with fans at Magnolia Thunderpussy in Columbus, Ohio on May 30, Digital Ferret Records in Philadelphia on June 6, and Vintage Vinyl Records in Fords, New Jersey on June 10.

FEAR FACTORY, currently on tour supporting their latest album Mechanize, had a brief scare earlier this week when their tour bus nearly went off road while in route to Boise, Idaho. Luckily no one was injured and the band made their show at Knitting Factory Concert House without much delay. Guitarist Dino Cazares says, “we were on our way to Boise for a day off when about 8:45am our bus driver fell asleep at the wheel. He swerved to the opposite side of the road. Most of us woke up when we felt the bus on the rumble strips and then the dirt. He woke up in time to swerve back onto our side of the road and pull over.” Continuing he notes, “thank god there was no on coming cars or 18-wheelers on the road. Everyone is fine just a little nervous.”
The second leg of FEAR FACTORY’s Fear Campaign American Tour continues the band’s ongoing promotion and the worldwide momentum surrounding the quartet’s eighth studio album, Mechanize. Released February 9, the album has received amazing fan and media acclaim. The record is approaching 90,000 sales worldwide and continues to see significant weekly sales. The North American dates, now expanded to run through the end of July, follows the band’s recent eight-day European tour supporting Metallica, and their successful performance at Revolver Magazine’s Golden God Awards scheduled for television broadcast this Saturday via VH1.

FEAR FACTORY’s latest radio single, “Final Exit” made impact this week at hard rock/metal stations nationwide. The song is expected to follow the success of earlier singles “Powershifter” and “Fear Campaign.” As earlier reported, the band have done two special edits of the 8:11 minute song with hopes to position the song for breakout play on the country’s larger Active Rock stations. Vocalist Burton C. Bell noted, “Dino and I have created the edits to condense the song into a time specific for radio. We are very happy fans are loving the song for it is one that touches upon the importance of the freedom of choice and personal liberty that all human beings should be allowed.”

Complete tour dates are noted below and available at the band’s official website, http://www.fearfactorymusic, and official social networking sites located at http://www.myspace.com/fearfactory and http://ww.facebook.com/fearfactory. Tickets are available via all major ticket agencies and each venue’s in-house box offices. Mechanize is available in stores now and via Candlelight’s official webstore located at http://www.candlelightrecordsusa.com.
The second leg of FEAR FACTORY’s Fear Campaign American Tour continues the band’s ongoing promotion and the worldwide momentum surrounding the quartet’s eighth studio album, Mechanize. Released February 9, the album has received amazing fan and media acclaim. The record is approaching 90,000 sales worldwide and continues to see significant weekly sales. The North American dates, now expanded to run through the end of July, follows the band’s recent eight-day European tour supporting Metallica, and their successful performance at Revolver Magazine’s Golden God Awards scheduled for television broadcast this Saturday via VH1.

FEAR FACTORY’s latest radio single, “Final Exit” made impact this week at hard rock/metal stations nationwide. The song is expected to follow the success of earlier singles “Powershifter” and “Fear Campaign.” As earlier reported, the band have done two special edits of the 8:11 minute song with hopes to position the song for breakout play on the country’s larger Active Rock stations. Vocalist Burton C. Bell noted, “Dino and I have created the edits to condense the song into a time specific for radio. We are very happy fans are loving the song for it is one that touches upon the importance of the freedom of choice and personal liberty that all human beings should be allowed.”

Complete tour dates are noted below and available at the band’s official website, http://www.fearfactorymusic, and official social networking sites located at http://www.myspace.com/fearfactory and http://ww.facebook.com/fearfactory. Tickets are available via all major ticket agencies and each venue’s in-house box offices. Mechanize is available in stores now and via Candlelight’s official webstore located at http://www.candlelightrecordsusa.com.
FEAR FACTORY with Prong, Silent Civilian, Thy Will Be Done
5/21 – Club Sound @ In the Venue, Salt Lake City UT
5/22 – Marquis Theatre, Denver CO
5/24 – Pop’s, Sauget IL
5/26 – The Machine Shop, Flint MI
5/27 – The Intersection, Grand Rapids MI
5/28 – Headliner’s Music Hall, Louisville KY
5/29 – The Rave, Milwaukee WI (live webcast!)
5/30 – Al Rosa Villa, Columbus OH (in store: Magnolia Thunderpussy, address below)
6/01 – The Norva, Norfolk VA
6/02 – Jesters’ Pub, Fayetteville NC
6/03 – Jaxx, W. Springfield VA
6/04 – The Palladium, Worcester MA
6/05 – Webster Theater, Hartford CT
6/06 – Trocadero, Philadelphia (in store: Digital Ferret, address below)

FEAR FACTORY with All That Remains, Silent Civilian, Thy Will Be Done
6/08 – Higher Ground, S. Burlington VT
6/09 – Port City Music Hall, Portland ME
6/10 – Starland Ballroom, Sayreville NJ (in store: Vintage Vinyl, address below)
6/11 – Northern Lights, Clifton Park NY
6/12 – The Town Ballroom, Buffalo NY

FEAR FACTORY with Silent Civilian, Thy Will Be Done
6/15 – Mr. Small’s Theatre, Millvale PA

FEAR FACTORY with 36 Crazyfists, After the Burial, Divine Heresy, Baptized in Blood
7/07 – House of Blues, W. Hollywood CA
7/09 – Roseland Theatre, Portland OR
7/10 – Studio Seven, Seattle WA
7/11 – Commodore Ballroom, Vancouver BC
7/13 – Flames Central, Calgary AB
7/14 – The Starlite Room, Edmonton AB
7/15 – Riddell Centre, Regina SK
7/16 – The Garrick Centre, Winnipeg MB
7/17 – The Rock, Maplewood MN
7/19 – People’s Court, Des Moines IA
7/20 – Metro, Chicago IL
7/21 – Harpo’s, Detroit MI
7/23 – Opera House, Toronto ON
7/24 – Parterre Parc Jean Drapeau/Heavy MTL Festival (no tour package)
7/25 – Fillmore NY @ Irving Plaza, New York NY
7/26 – Recher Theatre, Towson MD
7/27 – Crocodile Rock, Allentown PA

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