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The shock metal band Fear of Domination will head out on a two week tour all around Europe. The tour will include headlining shows in Latvia, Poland, and Czech with the band afterwards joining up with Hanzel und Gretyl (US) in Austria and continuing with them throughout Germany and Finland.
FoD has been working hard to gain its place in the European metal scene. Their latest show at Nummirock dropped audience's jaws with it's well planned freak circus. The band's latest album "Distorted Delusions" spawned the "Legion" video, which can be seen below.
FEAR AND DOMINATION IN EUROPE-TOUR
16.10 Riga (LAT), Depo-club
17.10 Suwalki (POL), Kominpub Motocyklowy
18.10 Gdansk (POL), Metro-club
19.10 Poznan (POL), Klub U Bazyla
21.10 Prague (CZ), Exit chmelnice
22.10. Vienna (AUT), Viper Room
23.10. München (GER), Backstage Club
24.10. Berlin (GER), K17
25.10. Braunschweig (GER), UniKum
27.10. Hamburg (GER), Logo
30.10. Kuopio (FIN) Henry's Pub
31.10. Kouvola (FIN), House of Rock
01.11. Helsinki (FIN), On The Rocks
Back in October, Finnish industrial metal band Fear Of Domination had its fans participate in the shooting of its new video "Legion," whose apocalyptic party theme was embellished by the fans dressing up in MadMax/Fallout couture. Dirtstudios was responsible for the filming of the entire video, which was released today.
The Finnish site Radio Rock is streaming the entire five minute "Legion" video, which can be viewed at its website. The track will be part of the "Distorted Delusions" twelve-song release, which will be released on Feb. 7th, 2014.
Finnish industrial shock metal band Fear Of Domination is hard at work creating an official video for the second single from its "Legion" album. That video, for the album's title track, will be unveiled on October 20th. That single was initially released last month when Fear Of Domination went on tour with the Russian dance metal band Xe-None. Check out the facebook event page for more information on the filming.
Fans of the band are invited into the upcoming filming process, which vocalist Saku Solin elaborates upon: "The whole idea of giving the fans a possibility to be more part of our FoD family felt more like natural choice for us and I think it will give new fans a very good perspective what it means to be a part of this." The theme is a world-ending party and those who would like to participate are asked to pick their clothing referring to MadMax, Fallout, etc.
The shooting takes place in Kruununvuoren Rannan Oljysäiliö, which is an old abandoned oil tank. The sponsors of this event are Pyrostars, Varusteleka and Miraculos, whereas Dirtstudios is responsible for both filming and making the whole video. What is more, one of the sponsors, Pyrostars, is going to give a remarkable fire-show during the shooting. No wonder FoD's music is now called shock metal.
Fear Of Domination, the Finnish masters of industrial shock metal music, released a second single called “Legion” from their upcoming album. Fear Of Domination already gave a sample of what’s about to come by releasing their single "Paper Doll" earlier this year. It is the first song they've composed together with the new keyboard player Lasse Raelahti. Stream both song uploads below. Commented the members of Fear Of Domination:
“The whole process of making this third album is totally different. We have really sat down and thought about each and every song. We wanted that every song not only sounds cool but has a purpose in it. That every song is totally 100 % just what we want”, says FoD.
The result of their effort can be heard during the mini-tour with the Russian dance metal band Xe-None which has already began on September 4th. Fear Of Domination is also planning a European tour starting early in 2014. The band previously released the "Call of Schizophrenia" album, an album which featured a collaboration with vocalist Raaka Pee of fellow Finns Turmion Katilot.