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Album Review

Fear Factory's second remix album, Remanufacture, continues the group's efforts to fuse death metal with techno and industrial sounds. The record's chief appeal will still lie with metal fans, but it's largely a success — the soundscapes are widely varied, encompassing forays into goth rock, spacy ambient textures, and occasional snatches of melody, and the fusions work well enough that Burton C. Bell's vocals almost seem like intrusions on some tracks. Even if it doesn't quite command attention the whole way through, heavy metal listeners looking for a bridge into industrial and/or techno would do well to give Remanufacture a chance. [The Japanese edition of Remanufacture includes the bonus track "Transgenic."]

Biography

Formed: 1989 in Los Angeles, CA

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

Fear Factory were one of the first bands to fuse the loud, crushing intensity of death metal with the cold harshness of industrial electronics and samples, producing a more varied sonic palette with which to express their bleak, pessimistic view of modern, technology-driven society. The group was formed in Los Angeles in 1990 by vocalist Burton C. Bell (formerly of Hate Face), percussionist Raymond Herrera, and guitarist and ex-Douche Lord Dino Cazares. Following their contribution of two tracks...
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