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Fear Factory reveal title, cover art of new album

Sunday, February 10, 2019 2:38 PM PT


According to vocalist Burton C. Bell, Fear Factory have set Monolith as the title of their forthcoming album, due out later this year via Nuclear Blast Records. This will be the group's first new album since 2015's Genexus.

Bell revealed the title of the record at the latest Headbangers Con in Oregon this past November while speaking with Jose Mangin, but video of the interview wasn't published until yesterday (February 9). You can check it out below.

Bell had the following to say: "Fear Factory... we have a new record. It's done. It's delivered to the label. And we've got some technical difficulties, and once that's finished, the record's gonna come out. It's gonna be called 'Monolith'. It's a great record."

During the 45-minute interview, Bell also gave a preview of the album's cover via his phone (fast forward to the 38:15 mark).


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Strangely, however, guitarist Dino Cazares doesn't seem to agree on the title. Perhaps something has changed since November?


[via Blabbermouth]


4 comments


anonymous
125 days ago
Dino with the V1 SHUTDOWN!

anonymous
125 days ago
Monolith?

Oh like Cattle Decap's MONOLITH of humanity?

I'm not scared at all, in fact I'm going to go in late tomorrow at the factory, see if they give me shit. They wont because they are pusssieesss.

anonymous
125 days ago
Monolith?

Oh like Cattle Decap's MONOLITH of humanity?

I'm not scared at all, in fact I'm going to go in late tomorrow at the factory, see if they give me shit. They wont because they are pusssieesss.

^^^^^^^^

No. It's a reference to Arthur C. Clarke, you illiterate meth-head. The Monolith is from 2001.

anonymous
125 days ago
Literally no one asked for this. What we really need is a new AILD album.