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Their last industrial album.

While this album had huge expectations and was generally panned by most critics and fans alike, I found it to be quite rocking. The rockitude and rockage simply overwhelmed me on so many rockified levels. However, "Back the F**k Up" is totally out of place on this album and should never have been included. Despite that minor setback, "What Will Become", "Damaged", "No One", "Linchpin", and "Invisible Wounds" are every bit as rockin' as anything on Obsolete or Demanufacture. If you like those two albums, I see no reason why you wouldn't like this.

What are they talking about?

I had to write a review in Digimortal's defense after reading all this negative feedback. This is in my opinion is a great Fear Factory album. Every song is really good except for Back the F**k Up because it had B-real in it which was kind of corny. That song is still good if you listen to the parts that don't have B-Real rapping or singing. Dino's rifts are fast as hell and sound really good with Raymond's drums against all the samples. It's a good Fear Factory album just like the rest, and I don't know why people say bad things about it, except for it didn't match up to the previous 2 albums. It's a great album.

its just not right

A great ff album and doesn't rate 1 star, period


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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