DIEKLUTE Feat. FEAR FACTORY Guitarist, DIE KRUPPS Frontman: Debut Album 'Planet Fear' Due Next Month

DIEKLUTE Feat. FEAR FACTORY Guitarist, DIE KRUPPS Frontman: Debut Album 'Planet Fear' Due Next Month

DIEKLUTE, the new industrial project featuring DIE KRUPPS frontman Jürgen Engler, FEAR FACTORY guitarist Dino Cazares and Danish musician Claus Larsen of LEÆTHER STRIP, will release its debut album, "Planet Fear", on February 1 via Cleopatra Records.

According to a press release, the disc "combines the efforts of all three musicians who prove that they are hard to beat at what they do best. Aggressive electronic beats, sequencers and guitars, that feel like you are getting punched in the face. Lyrics that critically address the current political situations, spat out with conviction and anger."

"Planet Fear" includes 10 original songs plus a supercharged version of PUBLIC ENEMY's 1988 classic "She Watch Channel Zero?!"

The video for the first single, "It's All In Vain", was filmed last July with director Vincente Cordero of Industrialism Films and will be released this week. The video features clips of the upcoming indie film "The Relic", which was produced and written by William Shatner, who also stars in the movie. "All In Vain" will be featured in the film, which was directed by Jared Cohen and is due later in the year.

"Planet Fear" track listing:

01. If I Die
02. Out Of Control
03. The Hangman
04. Rich Kid Loser
05. For Nothing
06. Human Error
07. It's All In Vain
08. Born For A Cause
09. Infectious
10. Push The Limit
11. She Watch Channel Zero?!

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