BURTON C. BELL (ex-FEAR FACTORY) Releases Video for Debut Solo Single “Anti-Droid”

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The voice that defined futuristic anxiety, existential desperation, and steadfast resistance returns.

Extreme music pioneer, multimedia talent, and iconoclastic provocateur Burton C. Bell resurrects his legacy and forward-thinking destiny, remade in a career-spanning incarnation as a singular solo artist. 

His work continually explores themes of dystopian angst, identity, technology gone wrong, and resilience. “Anti-Droid,” Burton C. Bell‘s debut solo single, arrives with a potent message. “I severed the machine that no longer served me,” he screams in the moody, synth-heavy, sci-fi metal missive. It’s a defiant statement delivered with a confident bombast. Burton C. Bell is back on the offensive. Watch the video below.

“I’m starting my solo career,” Bell says enthusiastically. “I’m working with different producers and co-songwriters, making music that I love, with full control of the music and creative direction.”
Bell‘s discography includes multiple live and recorded collaborations with Black Sabbath icon Geezer Butler and Journey‘s Deen Castronovo (as GZR); industrial maverick Al Jourgensen and Ministry; and guest vocal appearances with Pitchshifter, Conflict, Soil, Static-X, Soulfly, and Delain, among others. He’s the vocalist of Ascension Of The Watchers and City Of Fire and, of course, the co-creator of Fear Factory and the only musician to appear on every Fear Factory release from 1992 through 2024. 


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