US industrial metallers Fear Factory have released a teaser for their upcoming single Recharger, which will be released on April 24th, and you can listen to it below. The song "Recharger" is taken from the band's new offering titled The Industrialist, set for release on June 5th via Candlelight Records. More album details were previously reported here.




[Also thanks to DaMaGeR for sending in this news!]



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Posted: 09.04.2012 by CHEF METAL HEAD



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Carrion Misery - 09.04.2012 at 22:20  
Nice, sounds like they are picking up from Mechanize.
theFIST - 10.04.2012 at 00:07  
It"s a too short bit to say, but the soft part at the end makes me think they might release another mistake like transgression (which also is the only one to feature the mirrored F on the cover)
X5452 - 10.04.2012 at 12:15  
Boring
Carrion Misery - 10.04.2012 at 21:18  
I hated Transgression because of its redundancy and flat out bad writing. All FF CDs have soft parts and many of their covers have a mirrored F. I don't see any trace of Transgression here, but we'll see how it turns out.
DaMaGeR - 10.04.2012 at 23:18  
Transgression is the worst FF's album IMO. This sounds more organic, like a mix between Obsolete and Mechanize. Burton's vocal style is fucking awesome! \m/
Aeterna - 11.04.2012 at 00:32  
Hmm, not sure what to make of this. May be too soft judging by the end there.
mariano - 11.04.2012 at 23:26  
Written by theFIST on 10.04.2012 at 00:07

It"s a too short bit to say, but the soft part at the end makes me think they might release another mistake like transgression (which also is the only one to feature the mirrored F on the cover)

First, Dino wasn't in the band when Transgression was recorded and he makes a lot of difference.
Second, if "soft parts" = "clean vocals", well... you'll get that in every FF album, it's Burton's registered trendmark ®
theFIST - 11.04.2012 at 23:31  
Written by mariano on 11.04.2012 at 23:26

Written by theFIST on 10.04.2012 at 00:07

It"s a too short bit to say, but the soft part at the end makes me think they might release another mistake like transgression (which also is the only one to feature the mirrored F on the cover)

First, Dino wasn't in the band when Transgression was recorded and he makes a lot of difference.
Second, if "soft parts" = "clean vocals", well... you'll get that in every FF album, it's the Burton's registered trendmark

he wasn"t either for Archetype, and that was a great album
no, don"t mean soft parts=clean vocals
i know fear factory has cleans in most songs
also i like the part of the teaser when guitar and drums stay sounding strong when the clean vocals start, i just have a problem with what comes then (right before the song is cut off)
garmling - 14.04.2012 at 14:08  
Well, it's too short sample to judge anything, but it sounds a lot like "Mechanize", which is a good thing
Xytraguptor - 14.04.2012 at 20:34  
Imo it's not a good thing. It sounds way too much like Divine Heresy. Also the production sounds again like Mechanize. It's as if they are too lazy to do something else with the mix and make the instruments sound differently like they have done on all their albums so far. I don't know. I will keep my expectations low.
Sumentaa - 06.12.2012 at 18:40  
Written by garmling on 14.04.2012 at 14:08

Well, it's too short sample to judge anything, but it sounds a lot like "Mechanize", which is a good thing


I have to agree with you. Too short but sounds great

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