FEAR FACTORY Singer Offers New ASCENSION OF THE WATCHERS MP3 For Download

ASCENSION OF THE WATCHERS (formerly THE WATCHERS), the new band fronted by FEAR FACTORY singer Burton C. Bell, have posted a full-length MP3 of the track "Evading" via their official web site at this location. The track comes off the group's 2002 "Iconoclast" six-song demo, which includes contributions from longtime FEAR FACTORY collaborator/keyboardist John Bechdel.

In addition to Bell's work with ASCENSION OF THE WATCHERS, the singer has been co-writing material for the next FEAR FACTORY studio album, tentatively due in early 2004 through the Los Angeles-based D3 Entertainment (INSANE CLOWN POSSE, OL' DIRTY BASTARD, and MACK 10 offshoot group DA HOOD). The band, who parted ways with founding member Dino Cazares last year, have yet to announce a new bassist following bassist Christian Olde Wolbers' decision to switch to the seven-string instrument.

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