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Category: Industrial Metal
Label: Candlelight Records
Catalog Number: CDL0469CD
Burton C. Bell vocals, lyrics|
Dino Cazares guitars, bass
Gene Hoglan drums
|1. ||Mechanize ||4:41|
|2. ||Industrial Discipline ||3:38|
|3. ||Fear Campaign ||4:54|
|4. ||Powershifter ||3:50|
|5. ||Christploitation ||4:59|
|6. ||Oxidizer ||3:45|
|7. ||Controlled Demolition ||4:25|
|8. ||Designing the Enemy ||4:55|
|9. ||Metallic Division ||1:30|
|10. ||Final Exit ||8:17|
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|Total Running Time:|| 44:54|
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|From: Doghouse Reilly
||Date: March 30, 2014 at 14:32|
|After Obssolete, you can pretty much skip the next several Fear Factory releases, as the ensuing decade was fulll of band turmoil and musical mediocrity. At one point, it even loooked like there might be two Fear Factories, a la Queensryche or L.A. Guns. Well now, here come Burton and the once-out Dino, minus Christian and Raymond, but with Gene Hoglan. And Mechanize sounds like it could've been the immediate follow-up to Demanufacture. Typical jackhammer drums, supertight riffs and overalll machine-like precision. No rap influences, no silly covers, just the band's own patented "cyber-metal." A welcome return.
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