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Industrial metal overlords Fear Factory have just debuted another pummeling new song, “Fuel Injected Suicide Machine,” off their long-awaited ‘Aggression Continuum’ album, which will be released on June 18th. Listen below…

The song’s title takes inspiration from one of the lines spoken by the Nightrider character in the post-apocalyptic 1979 film Mad Max, directed by George Miller and produced by Byron Kennedy.

Fuel Injected Suicide Machine” follows up the previously released lead single, “Disruptor,” and places a greater emphasis on crafting a bleak atmosphere to match the dystopian nature of the film that served as its influence.

Still, Fear Factory’s jagged, pounding rhythms are central to the track, juxtaposed by lullaby-esque melodies that work perfectly with Burton C. Bell’s clean vocals.

Check out the track below:

The single follows the crushing first slice from the album ‘Disruptor‘, which was released last month to critical acclaim.

Both track are taken from the anticipated release of their new album ‘Aggression Continuum‘ which is due for worldwide release on June 18th via Nuclear Blast Records. Pre-orders for the album are now live via this link.

Check out the epic video for ‘Disruptor‘ here.

Bell notably left Fear Factory in September last year once the band regrouped after a series of legal battles over rights to the band’s name. His voice is still present on Aggression Continuum, though the band is now searching for his replacement.

Overdrive recently spoke to Dino about the bands’ new album, the issues with Burton, and much more. Get the interview on Overdrive on June 2nd. Stay up to date with us via any of the links listed here.

Oran O’Beirne

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