FAITH FACTOR Announces New Bassist

FAITH FACTOR — the New Jersey-based Christian power metal band featuring ex-DEADLY BLESSING singer Ski — has announced the addition of bassist Rob Donni to the group's ranks. The band states, "Rob hails from South Jersey and is an awesome musician. He has performed with the cover band DRUGSTORE COWBOYS. Rob is a born-again Christian and he is the result of answered prayer!

"Our lineup is now complete, and we will be heading into the studio in the fall of this year to record the next FAITH FACTOR album, 'The Wrath That Is Yet To Come'."

FAITH FACTOR released its full-length debut, "Against a Darkened Sky", in November 2008 via Retroactive Records. The CD was mixed at Cync Studios in Deptford, New Jersey. The CD layout was designed by Christian artist Rob Rock's (ex-IMPELLITTERI, DRIVER, JOSHUA) wife Liza with a 10-page booklet.

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