FUELED BY FEAR - Welcome Back Former Bass Player And Founding Member, Working On New Album, Announce New Guitar Endorsements

Swiss Metallers FUELED BY FEAR bring us great news, welcoming back their former bass player and founding member, Giuseppe Cirotti. Furthermore, currently the band is working on their new album which will be recorded at Alpha Omega's own Studios in Como. The third good news is that the band's guitarists are now endorsed by Kononykheen Guitars!

Announced the band:

“We have a huge pleasure announce that our brother, former bass player and founding member, Giuseppe Cirotti has returned! We‘re more than happy. Fueled by fear is writing a new album at the moment and it will be recorded at the mighty Alpha Omega Studios in Como. Then the third great news is that our guitar players are now endorsed by a pretty cool Factory, Kononykheen Guitars (https://www.facebook.com/kononykheen), great company and amazing instruments!”

Last year, FUELED BY FEAR joined the Swedish death metal heroes, IN FLAMES, as main support, on their tour in St.Petersburg (April 23rd) and Moscow (April 25th)! In case you missed, check out the video clip “Born in Hell”, filmed from the shows and backstage. The song comes out from their latest EP “This Forsaken Place”, released on February 11th 2019 via Ashburn Records. Watch the live video “Born in Hell” here!

FUELED BY FEAR, was formed in late 2011, under the name of “BLOOD BOUND”, featuring members out of formerly well known bands, such as ‘Ex- ortation’, ‘Die by Design’, ‘Framestand’ and ‘Disparaged’. Their debut full length album “Two By Eight” was released on December 16th 2016 by Ashburn Productions. After the album release, the band played a lot of Club shows in Switzerland. The Album hit the Swedish Rock Charts place 5 and entered the Swiss Charts too. The band has toured with SEPULTURA (on their Baltic Tour in March 2012) and IN FLAMES (on their Russian minitour in 2013). FUELED BY FEAR released their new EP “This Forsaken Place” on February 11th 2019 via Ashburn Records.