FAITH FACTOR, the New Jersey-based Christian power metal band featuring ex-DEADLY BLESSING singer Ski, has inked a "five-year record deal" with Retroactive Records. The group's full-length debut, "Against a Darkened Sky", is scheduled for release on November 1.

FAITH FACTOR will perform at the Keep It True XI festival, set to take place November 15, 2008 at Soundpark-Ost (ex-Rockpalast) in Wrzburg, Germany.

The band released its self-titled debut EP on July 7, 2007 (7/7/07) via Metallic Arch Angel. According to the group's official bio, "with crushing rhythms, soaring melodies and thundering appeal, FAITH FACTOR glorifies our savior and sends a message of eternal salvation through Jesus Christ. FAITH FACTOR uses a different approach utilizing a triple guitar attack, tight bombastic bass and drums, and melodic vocals with an aggressive edge. FAITH FACTOR consists of six musicians with a brotherhood serving our Lord Jesus Christ. Our mission is to spread the good news of salvation to the masses using music and biblically sound lyrics as the tool."

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FAITH FACTOR performing the song "Prayer Warriors" live in October 2007:


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