FEAR FACTORY: 'Cyberwaste' Video Shoot Details Revealed

FEAR FACTORY have released more information about the video shoot for their track "Cyberwaste", which is scheduled to take place this weekend in Australia. According to drummer Raymond Herrera, the clip "will be filmed on Sunday, February 8 in Perth, Australia. We will have fans in the video. The video will be a live setting with fans just going crazy while we (gig vibe) shred the song. We will be shooting all day long. We are expecting have people show up anytime after 11:00 a.m. Sunday morning."

The location of the shoot is as follows:

1815 Island Road
South Fremantle
In South Beach, by the beach

FEAR FACTORY's new CD, "Archetype", is due on April 20 through Liquid 8 Records (parent company of D3 Entertainment). The follow-up to 2001's critically panned "Digimortal" was recorded at Rumbo Recorders in Los Angeles with engineer Ken Marshall (SKINNY PUPPY) and was mixed in Vancouver with Greg Reely (MACHINE HEAD, STRAPPING YOUNG LAD, DEVILDRIVER).


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