FEAR FACTORY Guitarist Joins Forces With DIE KRUPPS Frontman In DIEKLUTE

July 25, 2018

FEAR FACTORY guitarist Dino Cazares has joined forces with DIE KRUPPS frontman Jürgen Engler and Danish musician Claus Larsen of LEÆTHER STRIP in a new industrial project called DIEKLUTE.

Earlier this week, DIEKLUTE shot a video for the song "All In Vain" with director Vincente Cordero of Industrialism Films. The video will feature clips of the upcoming indie film "The Relic", which was produced and written by William Shatner, who also stars in the movie. "All In Vain" will be featured in the film, which was directed by Jared Cohen and is due in 2019.

Behind-the-scenes footage from the "All In Vain" video shoot can be seen below.

Earlier in the year, Cazares confirmed that he was working on his debut solo album. He told Heavy New York that the LP's musical direction will not surprise anyone. "Metal's in my heart and speed riffing is my thing, and that's what I love to do," he said. "I'm not saying it's gonna be the 'same ol', same 'ol.' Of course I'm gonna try to take it to somewhere different, but people are gonna know what to expect from me, and I'm okay with that."

Back in 2016, FEAR FACTORY completed a U.S. headlining tour during which it performed its classic second album, "Demanufacture", in its entirety.

FEAR FACTORY's latest album, "Genexus", was released in August 2015 via Nuclear Blast Entertainment.

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