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Dino Cazares On Waiting To Announce New Fear Factory Singer: “Some Things You Just Can’t Rush”


Fear Factory guitarist Dino Cazares has issued a statement about the continued criticisms he has been facing when it comes to having yet to reveal the identity of the gold-selling industrial metal band’s new vocalist. While a new vocalist was settled upon months ago, Cazares has yet to publicly announce it.

Speaking via the band’s social media yesterday, Cazares offered the following explanation:

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People make it seem like right after our vocalist quit in 2020 that FF immediately found a replacement, THAT IS NOT THE CASE !!!
It took over a year to find someone, and then when we did find that someone you have to work together to make sure your styles and ?ideas are compatible or that we just simply get along etc.. There’s a lot that goes into this.

FF is not going to just pick anyone without going through a trial period. It wouldn’t be good to find out a year from now to realize you don’t get along or that it’s just not working out.

It’s not smart to rush things and prematurely release new music cause in order for this to work it has to be done right.

It’s like you falling in love to fast, 6 months later you both get married ,then you move in together and realize you made a mistake by rushing into the relationship that ends in a divorce.


Cazares will reportedly be in the studio for both new Fear Factory material and the recently resurrected Divine Heresy in the coming months. Fear Factory will be back in full swing in early 2023, heading out on the below tour with Static-X, Dope and more.

Ahead of that Fear Factory will be releasing “Recoded” on October 28th. That effort will feature remixes of the songs found on “Aggression Continuum“, the band’s final album with their previous vocalist, Burton C. Bell.

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