Fear Factory Releases New Single “Fuel Injected Suicide Machine”

Fear Factory Releases A New Single "Fuel Injected Suicide Machine"

Industrial metal band Fear Factory released a new song titled “Fuel Injected Suicide Machine” from their upcoming album Aggression Continuum. This is the second song off their next album. Fuel Injected Suicide Machine follows the release of Disruptor, which is also a song from their new album. The name of Fear Factory’s new single is inspired by the 1979 movie Mad Max. It’s based on the iconic line of Nightrider: “I am the Nightrider! I’m a fuel-injected suicide machine!”. You can listen to Fear Factory’s new single Fuel Injected Suicide Machine below.

 

We still hear Burton C. Bell’s voice in the song even though he left the band in September. The band is currently looking for a replacement for vocalist. Here’s what Fear Factory’s guitarist Dino Cazares had to say about finding a replacement for Bell via Blabbermouth.

“There’s some really great people out there — male and female. So there are male and female [singers] in the running, who’s gonna get this position.”

As to what kind of a musician the band is looking for, Cazares said, “Someone who knows how to be a good frontman onstage, someone who knows how to command a crowd… this is just besides talent. Of course, whoever I pick is gonna have talent. But it’s not just vocal talent; there’s other talent too. There’s being secure with your position — mentally secure — not being insecure, taking care of your throat, being able to command a crowd, getting along with others, being a team player, et cetera.”

About Fear Factory’s new album Aggression Continuum

Fear Factory announced their tenth studio album last month. They released a music video for Disruptor alongside the announcement of the album. We cannot embed the video here, as it has an age restriction. However, you can watch it on YouTube. Fear Factory is going to release the whole album on June 18th via Nuclear Blast, just in time for their 30th anniversary. You can pre-save their new album on Spotify, Apple Music, and Deezer via this link. If you want to pre-order Aggression Continuum, you can check out the official website of Fear Factory. Fear Factory’s guitarist Dino Cazares had the following to say about Aggression Continuum. He recently spoke about Metallica and his memories with James Hetfield as well.

“This record is one of my proudest achievements and I’m really excited for it to finally be released. There were a lot of personal struggles, sacrifices, and legal issues involved with this record which almost didn’t see the light of day, but through passion determination, lots of hard work and not giving up the fight, it’s finally ready for the world to hear. I felt that I needed to prove myself once again as I always try and make each record better than the last. Listen, and understand! This album is pissed! It can’t be bargained with. It can’t be reasoned with. It doesn’t feel pity, or remorse, or fear and it absolutely will not stop, ever, until you are hooked. You must fight to survive in the Aggression Continuum.”

Below is the tracklist of Aggression Continuum. They already released two of the tracks, namely, Disruptor and Fuel Injected Suicide Machine.

1. Recode
2. Disruptor
3. Aggression Continuum
4. Purity
5. Fuel Injected Suicide Machine
6. Collapse
7. Manufactured Hope
8. Cognitive Dissonance
9. Monolith
10. End Of Line

The lyrics of Fuel Injected Suicide Machine

“[The feral kid:]
In the roar of an engine he lost everything

I have lost respect for human life
My contempt becomes a bloody knife
I am dripping with anger for all I see
Fuel injected suicide machine

Suicide machine

I will harvest the human disease
Reaper of fear upon humanity
On your day of judgment I’ll hear you scream
Full injected suicide machine

I hate everything
I hate everything
I hate everything that I see
I hate everything
I hate everything
I hate everything that I see

Look into my eyes and you will see
I am not afraid of destiny
Moving forward with violent grace
I’m the weapon to seal your fate
Look into my eyes and you will see
I am not afraid of destiny
Moving forward with violent grace
I’m the weapon to seal your fate

[Nightrider:]
I’m a fuel injected suicide machine

This would be my last confession
I will never stop resisting

I am your savior
To deny your prayers
I am your savior
To deny your prayers

I have many reasons for my pain
Merciless scars from those I disdain
I have suffered many injuries
Fuel injected suicide machine

I hate everything
I hate everything
I hate everything that I see
I hate everything
I hate everything
I hate everything that I see
I hate everything
I hate everything
I hate everything that I see

Look into my eyes and you will see
I am not afraid of destiny
Moving forward with violent grace
I’m the weapon to seal your fate
Look into my eyes and you will see
I am not afraid of destiny
Moving forward with violent grace
I’m the weapon to seal your fate”

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