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Machines At War

02:53 AM Tuesday 10/10/06 | |

Alt-metal outfit Fear Factory is about to traverse the U.S. and Canada with support from three hard-hitting openers - Suffocation, Hypocrisy, and Decapitated.

The Machines At War tour will launch with two nights at The Pound in San Francisco October 26-27. The 36-date itinerary includes half a dozen Canadian stops along with cities throughout the U.S.

The four bands will stay on the road through December 10, finishing up at House of Blues in Las Vegas.

"I'm really excited about doing a heavy tour like this," Fear Factory drummer Raymond Herrera said. "A brutal lineup full of metal pioneers has been a long time coming. I guarantee a lot of our fans will agree. Plus you'll be certain to hear some Fear Factory songs that have not been played live in quite some time."

Roadrunner Records recently released The Best Of Fear Factory, a compilation of tracks from the band's tenure on the label.

Fear Factory's sixth studio album, Transgression, was released last year on Calvin Records.

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