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Stress Factor 9 Post New Video Online

STRESS FACTOR 9, the band featuring ex-ANNIHILATOR members Randy Rampage (vocals) and Ray Hartmann (drums), has uploaded a video on YouTube for the song "Pig Farm Willy" to commemorate the start of the Pickton Pig Farm serial murder trial in Vancouver, Canada. Rampage is writing a biography of the alleged killer, Robert William "Willie" Pickton. Watch the clip at this location.

Robert William "Willie" Pickton (born 1950) is a pig farmer from the city of Port Coquitlam, British Columbia, Canada who has been charged with the first-degree murders of twenty-six women, and is implicated in the murders of up to five more, many of them prostitutes from the Downtown Eastside district of the city of Vancouver.

STRESS FACTOR 9's debut 12-song CD, "BrainWarp MindSpin", was produced and mixed by Shaun Thingvold (STRAPPING YOUNG LAD, FEAR FACTORY, LAMB OF GOD), at Greenhouse studios in Vancouver. The CD is available at www.stressfactor9.com.

Upcoming STRESS FACTOR 9 shows:

Jan. 25 - Philadelphia, PA @ Whiskey Dix
Jan. 26 - Springfield, VA @ Jaxx (w/ OVERKILL)
Jan. 27 - Gales Ferry, CT @ Rayas Festival

Source: Blabbermouth

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1. Duane Chaos writes:

Today, Randy got denied entry into the US. I traveled a long way to be able to fill in for bass for Stress Factor 9 in Philly. Apparently, Randy was denied the entry becuase he had a piece fo tim foil in his movel as a book marker. Tin foil also can be used for ingesting drugs. I gues when you outlaw tin foil, only outlaws have tin foil. Bastards....

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