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FU*CK1N’ BRUTAL

Posted on February 12, 2008

In a recent interview with FearFactoryFans.com Dino Cazares had the following to say about his contribution FearFactoryFans.com: What can we expect on your part of the “Roadrunner All-Stars” project? Dino: “The ‘Roadrunner All-Stars’ was fucking bad-ass. That was really fun. It was a little difficult to get everyone together, but it was worth it. Andreas Kisser from Sepultura flew in from Brazil to jam with me, Paul Gray, the bass player of Slipknot, came down for this, Roy Mayorga (ex Soulfly) played drums on three songs, Dave McClain (Machine Head0 played drums on one song. Marcelo (ex Soulfly), played bass on one song. Nadja from Coal Chamber played bass on one song. Mike, the guitarist of Spineshank, played guitar on one song. Logan Mader, (ex Machine Head), played guitar on one song. “The singers: Mark, the singer from Chimaira on one song. It came out fucking brutal. It’s called ‘Enemy’. Matt Heafy, the singer of Trivium, did one song. It came out amazing. This song might be the first single from the album. It’s called ‘The End’. Dez from Devildriver is doing a song and Cristian from Ill Nino is doing a song. Three of my songs are brutally heavy and one is light. I wanted to try and do something different for the light song.” FearFactoryFans.com: Will we still be hearing your melodic side as well as the brutal heavy songs/riffs? Dino: “My heart is with metal and will always be. I love playing heavy shit, but as most of you know, I have a melodic side, so I will be combining those two styles together always. I love doing the machine-gun riffs with the melodic choruses…” FEAR FACTORY FANS.COM

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