New Fear Factory Drummer
2012-04-20 by Jeremy Bentham | 17 Comments
Los Angeles cyber metallers Fear Factory have tapped Mike Heller (MALIGNANCY, SYSTEM DIVIDE) as their new touring drummer. It is still unclear whether or not Gene Hoglan is still an official member of the band or if he performed drums on their new album The Industrialist, which is set for release on June 5th.
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Eclecticist
April 20th 2012
3863 Comments


Their new drummer was in Malignancy? Interesting.

RodTFD
April 20th 2012
102 Comments


no hoglan? fuck that.

AtomicWaste
Staff Reviewer
April 20th 2012
2041 Comments


Gene Hoglan FTW.

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Deviant.
Staff Reviewer
April 20th 2012
31611 Comments


Judging by the samples the only way Hoglan had any involvement would be if he programmed the drums

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KotoFtw
April 20th 2012
1077 Comments


I know about this band because of a demo for a game on PS2 called Frequency. It was pretty cool, like rock band except you could make songs with samples.

MO
April 20th 2012
19073 Comments


whoa I just played a show with Malignancy, the man is an amazing drummer, he can easily fill in

Mabbitt
April 20th 2012
1382 Comments


Hoglan's drumming was a big part of why mechanize was awesome I thought. I don't really like what i've heard of this album so far but i'll still give it a chance

KILL
April 20th 2012
72280 Comments


flutter we get you hate dino, no need to post it on every single ff article

and sweet but was hoping raymond would cum back

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Voivod
Staff Reviewer
April 20th 2012
6339 Comments


No Hoglan? No party.


Seriously though, I think the new drummer will be more than fine, given the band's high standards with reference to the rhythm section.

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CakeWithCream
April 20th 2012
1029 Comments


yeah i agree with Kill i wanted raymond to rejoin, never heard of Malignancy but I'm about to check 'em out

AtomicWaste
Staff Reviewer
April 20th 2012
2041 Comments


I know about this band because of a demo for a game on PS2 called Frequency. It was pretty cool, like rock band except you could make songs with samples.


WHAT IS. YOUR FRE-QUEN-CAAAAAAAAAAAY.

CA-LING IT CLEAR. YOUR FRE-QUEN-CAAAY.

KILL
April 20th 2012
72280 Comments


kinda lame song yea

Makemebad35
April 20th 2012
765 Comments


Gene was awesome but from the sound of it, this drummer should do well. Hope this new album is good.

KILL
April 20th 2012
72280 Comments


raymond plz

KILL
April 20th 2012
72280 Comments


the bestest days but ofc dino wont let it happen fuck

KILL
April 20th 2012
72280 Comments


we live in HOPE

linchpin313
April 20th 2012
813 Comments


Confirmed: Drums were programmed by Dino with the help of john sankey.



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