KORN, FAITH NO MORE Members Collaborate On FEAR AND THE NERVOUS SYSTEM Debut

"Choking Victim", a new song from FEAR AND THE NERVOUS SYSTEM, the project featuring James "Munky" Shaffer (KORN) on guitar, Billy Gould (FAITH NO MORE) on bass, and Steve Krolikowski (REPEATER) on vocals, can be downloaded for free at www.fatns.com. The track is also available for streaming in the YouTube clip below.

Shaffer previously stated about FEAR AND THE NERVOUS SYSTEM, "I started this project because I want to express myself musically and show the world a different side of me creatively."

Other musicians who were involved during the early FEAR AND THE NERVOUS SYSTEM recording sessions include Brooks Wackerman (BAD RELIGION, TENACIOUS D) on drums and percussion; Leopold Ross on programming and guitars; and Zach Baird on keyboards and programming.

According to a press release, FEAR AND THE NERVOUS SYSTEM is "an exciting project that opens up the boundaries of rock, harkening back to the days when music was fearless."

FEAR AND THE NERVOUS SYSTEM's debut album will feature artwork from LIMP BIZKIT guitarist Wes Borland.

Photo credit: Sbastien Paquet

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