FEAR FACTORY is scheduled to commence a European tour from October to December this year. The band has previously completed a tour in North and Latin America, accompanied by new vocalist Milo Silvestro and drummer Pete Weber from HAVOK.
The upcoming tour aims to provide fans in the UK and mainland Europe with live performances promoting their latest album, Aggression Continuum, released in 2021. The tour will also include American rock/metal band BUTCHER BABIES and Ukrainian metal act IGNEA as supporting acts.
Tickets will be available for purchase starting Wednesday, May 24th. Dates and tickets are available below.
Fear Factory Tickets & Merch
10/27 – UK Nottingham, Rock City
10/28 – UK Wolverhampton, KK’s Steel Mill
10/29 – UK Glasgow, Garage
10/30 – UK Belfast, Limelight
10/31 – IE Dublin, Academy
11/2 – UK Manchester, Academy 2
11/3 – UK London, Electric Ballroom
11/4 – UK Bristol, SWX
11/6 – FR Lille, Le Splendid
11/7 – FR Paris, L’élysée Montmartre
11/8 – FR Clermont Ferrand, La Cooperative
11/9 – FR Toulouse, Metronum
11/10 – ES Barcelona, Razzmatazz 2
11/11 – ES Madrid, La Sala
11/12 – PT Lisbon, Lav
11/14 – FR Bordeaux, Le Rocher Palmer
11/15 – FR Grenoble, L’ilyade
11/16 – IT Milan, Santeria
11/17 – CH Lausanne, Les Docks
11/18 – CH Zurich, Dynamo
11/19 – IT Treviso, New Age
11/21 – AT Graz, PPC
11/22 – HU Budapest, Barba Negra
11/23 – AT Vienna, Simm City
11/24 – DE Munich, Backstage Halle
11/25 – DE Frankfurt, Batschkapp
11/26 – FR Strasbourg, La Laiterie
11/28 – DE Stuttgart, LKA Longhorn
11/29 – LU Esch-Sur-Alzette, Rockhal
11/30 – BE Antwerp, Trix
12/1 – NL Amsterdam, Melkweg
12/2 – DE Cologne, Live Music Hall
12/3 – DE Berlin, Columbia Theater
12/5 – CZ Prague, Meet Factory
12/6 – PL Warsaw, Proxima
12/7 – DE Hamburg, Markthalle
12/9 – DK Copenhagen, Pumpehuset
12/10 – SE Gothenburg, Valand
12/11 – NO Oslo, Vulkan Arena
12/12 – SE Stockholm, Fryshuset Klubben
12/14 – FI Tampere, Olympia
12/15 – EE Tallinn, Helitehas
12/16 – FI Helsinki, Tavastia
Fear Factory have recently brought bassist Alexandro Hernandez (DEATHMASK) on board for their Costa Rica, Colombia and Ecuador shows (19-21st May), after their current bassist, Tony Campos, experienced scheduling conflicts ahead of the performances due to commitments with his mainstay group, STATIC-X.
The band’s guitarist, Dino Cazares, took to Twitter on the matter, confirming that Campos will return to the band for future concerts. Despite his commitment to Fear Factory, Campos has insisted that should future scheduling issues emerge with STATIC-X, his first priority will remain with the latter group.
Recently, Fear Factory successfully played a live headlining gig on May 5th at Whisky A Go Go in West Hollywood, California, with support from new singer Milo Silvestro and touring powerhouse Pete Webber on drums.
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