The Best Of Fear Factory: Parental Advisory - Fear Factory Reviews
Description:Genre: Hard Rock & Metal - Industrial / Artist: Fear Factory / Explicit Lyrics / Audio CD released 2006-09-11 at Roadrunner / Disc #1 Tracklisting 1 Martyr 2 Scapegoat 3 Scumgrief 4 Demanufacture 5 Self Bias Resistor 6 Zero Signal 7 Replica 8 Shock 9 Ed ... more
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Archetype - Fear FactoryArchetype isnt a Archetype of metal (188 words)
by Crazyfist - written on 17/02/09 (Useful, 16 readings)
for those who dont know but are interested in a great metal album then this is one you should buy. Containing influences from Thrash, Industrial and Heavy metal bands, Fear Factory really use these to create the already legendary sound of Archetype. Great Thrash metal drumming mixed with, Industrial toned guitars and Melodic riffs to add to an already great sound. Burton C. Bell s vocals are a unique touch for the album as they experiment with a more normal vocal style in some song s rather than the traditional aggressive vocals you will hear in fear factorys earlier works. Containing the Single Archetype and a Nirvana cover School this album is a forerunner in the ...
Obsolete - Fear FactoryInflicting Strain upon the Structure (2460 words)
by Frankingsteins - written on 01/05/04, updated on 01/05/04 (Very useful, 81 readings)
ations manufacturing robotic agents and machines to instil Fear into the populace. It all sounds a bit corny and tired, but the inclusion of storyline aspects and soliloquies inside the booklet, coupled with the distorted and incomprehensible sepia artwork, makes for a very fresh album that I became very involved in when reading through on the first listen. Obsolete is a concept album that has an unfolding plot linking the songs, but never seeming far-fetched or contrived. This structure is rarely attempted in the rock world, however Queensryche pulled it off with their successful rebellion album ?Operation: ...
Digimortal - Fear FactoryFear them again! (297 words)
by robinsimms - written on 25/04/01, updated on 25/04/01 (Very useful, 9 readings)
The latest offering from Fear Factory, and the very best. I bought this on the day of release (I was very indecisive... F Fear Factory or (hed)PE... hmmm) and I was pleasantly suprised. Fear Factory are nothing new, and having listened to Obsolete, it was obvious they were the sorta band I could get into. However theres something about Obsolete that put me off, and I've now put this down to experience. Frankly, FF now have more experience, hence Digimortal is their finest album to date. The majority of the album works you into a frenzy with the raw power of What Will Become?, Digimortal and Linchpin all within the first 5 tracks. By the end of Linchpin it feels like ...
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