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Product Details

  • Audio CD (June 13, 1995)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Roadrunner Records
  • ASIN: B000000H64
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (185 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #20,426 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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Fear Factory was one of the first "serious metal" bands I ever heard, and it was a good place to start, because they are also among the best. "Demanufacture" is one of the most revered metal albums of the 90's, and it's easy to see why. The album is packed with crushing, thrash-inspired riffs that continue the tradition of bands like Slayer, Pantera, Metallica, etc. But Fear Factory are not just rehashing the sounds of those bands, not in the least. They are one of the most original bands in the genre, and their innovation is just as evident as their ability to make your head bang.
The album starts off with the title track, beginning with frontman Burton C. Bell singing softly over a thrashy industrial riff, finally elevating into a brutal growl. In this one song, we get a glimpse of the extent of Bell's amazing versatility. He can sing in a unique, ethereal voice, and switch to unbridled aggression in the blink of an eye. "Self Bias Resistor" is further proof of his vocal ability, featuring an excellent melodic chorus to contrast with the overall heaviness of the song. Likewise, electronic keyboard sounds underscore the crushing riffage, adding unique flavor to the familiar metal-isms.
From here, the greatness is nearly nonstop. "Zero Signal" begins with an eerie, ambient intro, finally erupting into ferocity by the end. "Replica" and "Body Hammer" are crunchy groove-monsters, while "New Breed" and "HK (Hunter-Killer)" are fast and relentless. The album is propelled by Dino's machine-gun-like rhythms, and Ray Herrera's pounding drums. Both are accused of being "simple" musicians, due in large part to Ray's lack of conventional fills, and Dino's lack of shredding solos. However, both are undeniably skilled.
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Well to start off this cd is badass! If you like Death Metal, Industrial Metal, and Harcore Metal you'll love this CD! With songs like Demanufacture, Zero Signal, and Replica it's headbangers bliss. The band is also very orignal with Dino (the gutairst) doing those machine gun riffs (best example of that would be in the beginning of PISSCHRIST) and Burton (the vocalist) when he changes his voice from that real deep voice (something like the guy in Cannibal Corpse) to that softer more melody like voice is sweet and kinds odd. And Raymond (the drummer) at how he uses those foot pedals to make the drums keep up with Dino. To put all this simple BUY THIS NOW!
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Fear Factory's "Demanufacture" is without question, the greatest Fear Factoy album recorded. No filler tracks here. Just spine-crushing riffs by Dino, INCREDIBLE drumming by Raymond, AWESOME bass playing by Christian and great singing and screaming by Burton C. Bell on EVERY track. You can't go wrong on this album - it's too damn great!
Tracks are:
1. Demanufacture: MASSIVELY heavy song. Set's the mood for the rest of the album. Dino riffs are AWESOME! Burton C. Bell proves he can sing as well as scream on this song.
2. Self Bias Resistor: This song should be a drummer's anthem. Raymond's work is Unbelievable! This is many people's favorite track on the album and rightfully so! Awesome riffs, but Burton C. Bell vocals stand out in this song. This Song has one of the, if not THE greatest chorus in Metal music history. A plain GREAT song.
3. Zero Signal: GREAT SONG! One of the best on the album. This should have been a single!!!! Dino's work on this song is GREAT with bone-breaking riffs. Raymond also is great on this song. Great use of Synthesizers as well.
4. Replica: The album's most popular song. Fear Factory even did a video for this song. It's an great song. Awesome intro and great lyrics. Again, a great song.
5. New Breed: A interesting mix of Techno and Metal. This is probably my least favorite track on the album, but it still is pretty cool. Great use of Synthesizers to get that Techo sound. It's kinda weird at first listen, but you'll start to like it as you listen to it more.
6. Dog Day Sunrise: A cover from the band Head Of David. GREAT SONG! Very cool riffs (although there are only 2 in the whole song. They definelty blew the original version away.
7. Body Hammer: AWESOME riffs!
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With all the Roadrunner Record's 25th Anniversary Re-issues coming out right now, my head is almost spinning trying to pick them all up. To no surprise though, Fear Factory's 1995 masterpiece "Demanufacture" is one of those influential re-releases along with Killswitch Engage's "Alive Or Just Breathing", Sepultura's "Roots", and many others. "Demanufacture" is no question Fear Factory's finest hour. The epic structure of the songs, the brutal sound of the music, Burton's trademark cut throat vocals, they all come into perfection with this release. When this album debuted almost 10 years ago, it changed the face of modern metal. That influence still continues to live on today, and can easily be seen in the new wave of american heavy metal, which has taken a lot of Fear Factory-esque elements and put them to use. The 2cd re-issue is definitely a must for fans, even if you own the original digipak. You won't even believe how relevant this record still remains today.

"Demanufacture" is one of the best pieces of metal music to come out of the 1990's. Period. Upon its release nearly ten years ago, it was landmark, and coming out in the midst of the grunge heavy airwaves, it really showed that heavy music was still alive and intact. A huge step up from the band's debut "Soul Of A New Machine" (which was an overwhelmingly death metal heavy album), "Demanufacture" brought a lot of new things to the table to add to FF's sound, which they had picked up from their "Fear Is The Mind Killer EP", particularly the spacy keyboards, and the haunting samples. This added to the already amazingly brutal sound that Fear Factory had established does wonders. Opening up with the timeless classic title track "Demanufacture", the album will drop your jaw, and leave it there for the rest of the album.
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