Fear Factory - The Industrialist

7.6 | 252 votes |
Release date: 5 June 2012
Style: Industrial metal


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01. The Industrialist
02. Recharger
03. New Messiah
04. God Eater
05. Depraved Mind Murder
06. Virus Of Faith
07. Difference Engine
08. Dissemble
09. Religion Is Flawed Because Man Is Flawed
10. Human Augmentation
11. Blush Response (Difference Engine) [deluxe digibook bonus]
12. Landfill [deluxe digibook bonus]

Burton C. Bell - vocals
Dino Cazares - guitars, bass

Session musicians
John Sankey - drum programming

Additional info
The CD was mixed by Greg Reely and also features additional tracking by Logan Mader and artwork by Anthony Clarkson.

Drums were programmed for this album by the band with the help of John Sankey (Devolved).

Digibook edition contains 2 bonus tracks:

11. Blush Response (Difference Engine Remix) (04:38)
12. Landfill (Pitchshifter cover) (03:44)

Japanese edition contains 2 bonus tracks:

11. Blush Response (Difference Engine Remix) (04:38)
12. Timelessness 2

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22.09.2012 - 20:18
Rating: 8
It may be overshadowed by 'Mechanize', but this album also has some unique highlights too. The melancholic instrumental 'religon is flawed because Man is flawed' is a nice yet tense break from all the heaviness and industrial aggression, whereas the first few songs of the album offer some excellent and brutal death metal charged riffs. Yes, I prefer 'Mechanize', but this one is so good I could listen to it again and again and not really dislike it at all.
29.05.2014 - 22:40
Me listening to this album:

1. Groovy... yet heavy
2. Hell yeah!
3. Wow, this is close to Demanufacture...
4. No wait, these drums sound awkward...
5. Sh** all I can hear now these stupid drums, sounding flat like a kid beating a spoon on a pot.
6. Drums irritate me even further - with not a single note adding any depth to the mix.

This album is butchered by a dry, soulless drum machine.
06.05.2015 - 16:30
Rating: 6
Dissemble is the only song worth anything.

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