"A lot of the death metal kids heard us and were like, 'What the f*ck is this?'" - Dino Cazares looks back on the early 90s, when Fear Factory first introduced us all to "industrial metal." Cazares also breaks down his signature guitar sound, declares his love for The Beatles, and reveals which sci-fi films influenced the band's eighth studio album, The Industrialist: http://www.songfacts.com/blog/interviews/dino_cazares_of_fear_factory/
I love his vocals, as he is my favorite. I especially like his super-deep vocals (not the growls, per se, but the vocal styles as heard on the songs "Dog Day Sunrise" and G//Z/R's "Catatonic Eclipse"), and the melodic vocals that are prevalent throughout the audiological trappings of Soul of a New Machine.