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Demanufacture

11 Jun. 1995 | Format: MP3

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This album is an absolute classic. There is nothing else on the market that sounds like it. It has Fear Factory stamped all over it. The only album to compare it to is Slayer's "Reign in Blood" - not in sound but in the same way that Slayer defined eighties thrash with that album, Fear Factory have defined nineties extreme metal. The opening title track pummels the listener with a Dino Cazares riff-from-hell and a groove that's heavy, yet strangely accessible. "Self-bias Resistor" follows and is in my opinion the best track on the album, with Burton C.Bell's hardcore bellow underscored by a melodic chorus and machine gun-like drums, courtesy of Raymond Herrera. Every song on here is brilliant, from the pounding techno-metal of "New Breed" through to the atmospheric grind of "A Therapy for Pain" - No fillers here, thank you very much! A genre-defining album, the only problem is how to top it!
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This is my ultimate all time favourite metal album of all time, this defines Fear Factoty to be one of the best metal bands of the 90's. Everything from the chugging staccato ripping of 'Self Bias Resistor', or the popular drum-smacking of 'Replica' makes this album brilliant! But to me, the whole genius lies in the absolutely spectacular 'Zero Signal', it is 6 whole minutes of onslaught hellatic guitar riffs and mesmerising insdustrial sounds and clashes that made it into the greatest and most memorable metal song I have ever heard! Not to mention, other songs like 'Demanufacture' with its hardcore bellowing and the mosh-frenzy 'Body Hammer' which is, to be simply said, too damn cool! Buy this! Regardless of an other people might say. If you want to start liking Fear factory this is how you start.
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Fear Factory: one of the most memorable industrial metalists to ever make such an impact on the world of metal. And never forgetting at the same time what an impact their recent remaster DEMANUFACTURE has made on tons of fans worldwide. This was one of the most wanted CD's on my list and I just had to get it, because of the music and the package.
DEMANUFACTURE is maybe the most stressful record that's been made, considering it cost over twice of what it was budgeted for. And also, it took a long time to record and be delivered! So no wonder everyone was freaking over it! But this is a newly remastered special edition with 2 CD's with rare remixes, outtakes, exclusive artwork and extensive liner notes. Which fans will love to get their hands on.
But now, it seems as if DEMANUFACTURE could've been released today,because of its futuristic and techno input, mixed altogether with a great metal sound and vocals from FF. The songs are almost all great or near fantastic. The futuristic sound effects are really "Boost-ups" if you now what I mean.
The title track, "Self Bias Resistor," "Zero Signal," "Replica," "New Breed," the covered song, "Dog Day Sunrise," and "Body Hammer" are the best songs which make this album and FF outstanding, all you need to do is read this, buy the CD, and be amazed.
But other good songs like the last three songs "H-K (Hunter-Killer)," "Pisschrist" and "A Therapy For Pain" are almost as good as the first seven songs, which altogether make up DEMANUFACTURE (but, oowwwww, wait for the bonus tracks, they're rarities too!)
There is also a bonus CD I almost forgot to mention, called REMANUCATURE (Cloning Technology), this CD contains remixes of almost all the songs on DEMANUFACTURE.
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Often hailed as one of the all-time greatest metal albums by fans and critics alike, 'Demanufacture' is the best album of Fear Factory's careers.
Following the industrial-influenced death metal of 'Soul of a New Machine', and preceding the increasingly commercial 'Obsolete' and 'Digimortal', 'Demanufacture' sees the band getting all the elements just right. The aggressiveness of the debut remains, but with an altogether more polished production job and greater sense of melody (only not to the extent of later albums).
Besides the lyrical content of the album, the music too has quite a futuristic, sci-fi ambience to it, often leading to it being branded as cyber metal. The album caries a machine-like precision, particularly through the machinegun drumming of Raymond Herrera and Dino Cazares' pounding guitars. On top of this we have Burton C Bell's vicious vocals. Despite the drums being continually hammered even through the most tuneful sections, there are often times where melodic riffs and some excellent, soulful singing emerge from the music. The addition of samples and keyboards often provides the music with haunting atmospherics and Christian Olde Wolbers' bass adds extra depth to the proceedings.
There are so many superlatives that could be used in describing the album. Each track offers a unique experience, and many of them are classics (none are below average). On the basis of this timeless album, Fear Factory will always be remembered as true innovators of the metal genre.
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I am usually drawn to the work of the most skilled, (and often heavy), guitarists, like Vinnie Moore, Tony Macalpine, Michael Romeo, Michael Angelo, Steve Vai, Jason Becker, etc., but I borrowed this from a housemate, having heard it many years ago but having forgot about it. I was totally amazed at how brilliant this album is. There is certainly no guitar soloing but the whole band seem to have a watertight vision and they work like a machine towards achieving it. But in addition to this, every single song on the album is a classic in its own right, and each one is totally distinctive, (with the possible exception of the last song which basically summarises the vision of the whole album). There are influences from The Terminator here, (on H.K. [hunter killer] which is actually what a terminator is the latest version of in the story, and a sample from the movie can be heard in the song "the war against the machines"); in fact I think that The Terminator could have been one of the main inspirations of the band in general and may have been the main inspiration for the album, (and maybe the band name, seeing as in the first film [and the only one that I like] it is implicitly told that the robots build other robots, and these 'factories' might have been the inspiration for the band name... but either way, fear factory is a great name for a band and suits their vision well). The singer has two 'personalities', like Jeckyll and Hyde. Often he sounds like an orc grunting, (which is very effective in fact and true to the atmosphere and drama of the songs), but he then shifts, (with absolutely no transition, so it sounds like another singer), to one of the best singing voices that I have heard, not unlike Kurt Cobain only better.Read more ›
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