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Mechanize (Digipack)

Released on 08 February 2010

Artist: Fear Factory

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  1. Mechanize
  2. Industrial Discipline
  3. Fear Campaign
  4. Powershifter
  5. Christploitation
  6. Oxidizer
  7. Controlled Demolition
  8. Designing The Enemy
  9. Metallic Division
  10. Final Exit
  11. Crash Test (Bonus Track)

customer Reviews

 Average rating (3 reviews)

 Awesome and brutal!

| | See all LeeHarrington's reviews (1)

What a fantastic album a true return to form, with topical lyrics (rather than cliched) this shows why they are pioneers of this style of music rather than mere followers.

 Best for years

| | See all NeilFA's reviews (7)

Whilst I'm a great supporter of FF, even their more modern post-original line-up this album is definately a return to the style of music more akin to Demanufacture. Their subject matter remains somewhat cliche and all about machines taking over the world but it's what FF do best: massively powerful industrial metal mixed with BCB's characterful dual vocals. The album cover flaps, sleeves and wotnot on the digipack are also very very cool!

 New Lineup, great sound, greater potential

| | See all isopropophlex's reviews (28)

Fear factory have returned, with another new lineup, focusing the return of Dino Cazares on guitar, and Gene Holgan on Drums. The sound has partially returned to the beauty of "Demanufacture", but also holds a more modern sound. There are more variations on the riffs and licks used (as opposed to overstretching a few riffs), a solo or two, and the keyboards have returned to widen the sound. As a bonus, the UK 'digipak' has a re-recording of 1992's "Crash Test" (from "Soul of a new machine"), and it plays very well, although the Japanese release features a re-recording of "Martyr", which I would have preferred. All in all, watch this lineup, they're gonna be big if they keep this up.