Watch: See Fear Factory’s First Gig With New Singer Milo Silvestro

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A week ago today, Fear Factory guitarist Dino Cazares confirmed the identity of the band’s new singer – that being Milo Silvestro.

Per the video announcement that came out last week, Silvestro shared that he has been a fan of Fear Factory for years, and that being the band’s singer is a “dream job” for him.

While Silvestro has had the opportunity to sing and scream in front of Cazares for a while now, he is now performing for loads of people as part of Fear Factory’s current tour.

The band has already played a handful of shows with Silvestro fronting for them, and as of recently, footage has been uploaded online that features Silvestro’s first live performance with Fear Factory.

While Silvestro has already uploaded his own footage showing off his vocal chops, being able to check out fan-captured footage of the new Fear Factory singer live provides a more intimate look at his artistry.

And per this newly uploaded footage, Silvestro proves himself to be one hell of a vocalist.

Below you will find a roughly 10-minute video that features Fear Factory’s recent performance in Portland, OR (with Silvestro singing and screaming).

If you are interested in seeing Fear Factory live, you can find all their upcoming tour dates below.

If you have already heard Silvestro perform, what do you think of him as the band’s vocalist?

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