Sweden's HYPOCRISY have commented on their upcoming "Machines at War" North American tour with FEAR FACTORY, SUFFOCATION, and DECAPITATED. The trek is set to launch in San Francisco this October 26 and run through early December.
Said HYPOCRISY singer/songwriter/guitarist/producer Peter Tägtgren: "FEAR FACTORY are close to our hearts. 'Soul of a New Machine' was the influence for me to start my other project, PAIN. What people don't realize is that the first tour HYPOCRISY ever did back in 1993 was with them and CANNIBAL CORPSE in Europe. They've really done a lot for us to make this tour possible, so yeah, we're looking forward to giving everything we've got while we're up on stage. It doesn't matter if there are 50, 200, or 500 people in the audience. We're ready to give everything every night."
For a complete list of upcoming HYPOCRISY shows, click here.
HYPOCRISY toured North America earlier in the year with NILE, SOILENT GREEN, RAGING SPEEDHORN, DECAPITATED, and WITH PASSION in support of their 2005 acclaimed release, "Virus".
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