FEAR FACTORY/DIVINE HERESY Guitarist To Guest On 'Liquid Metal'

FEAR FACTORY/DIVINE HERESY guitarist Dino Cazares will be the featured guest on Liquid Metal (Sirius 27/XM 42) today (Tuesday, July 28) beginning at 6:00 p.m. EST. He will join host Jose Mangin for a candid, in-depth interview covering a barrage of topics ranging from new DIVINE HERESY vocalist Travis Neal's performance on the band's sophomore album, "Bringer Of Plagues", the stress and expectations of new FEAR FACTORY material, how he created the most aggressive offering of his career with "Bringer of Plagues" and how he loves his authentic Mexican dishes.

Cazares will be with Mangin from 6:00 p.m. to midnight EST (middle of each hour).

DIVINE HERESY recently shot a video for the track "Facebreaker" with renowned director Brian Thompson (KILLSWITCH ENGAGE). According to a press release, "the clip features the band’s frenetic live performance surrounded by an apocalyptic background setting."

Check out photos from the video shoot at this location.

"Bringer of Plagues" was released in North America today (July 28) via Century Media Records.

The track listing for the CD is as follows:

01. Facebreaker
02. The Battle of J. Casey
03. Undivine Prophecies (Intro)
04. Bringer of Plagues
05. Redefine
06. Anarchaos
07. Monolithic Doomsday Devices
08. Letter to Mother
09. Enemy Kill
10. Darkness Embedded
11. The End Begins
12. Forever the Failure

This new offering from DIVINE HERESY also features one of the genre's most acclaimed drummers, Tim Yeung (ex-NILE, VITAL REMAINS), bassist Joe Payne (ex-NILE) and newcomer vocalist Travis Neal (ex-THE BEREAVED, PUSHED).

DIVINE HERESY teamed up once again with acclaimed producing team Dirty Icon (Logan Mader and Lucas Banker) which has previously worked with CAVALERA CONSPIRACY, GOJIRA, FIVE FINGER DEATH PUNCH.

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