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Digimortal

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Fear Factory's fourth album, Digimortal, finds the hirsute Los Angeles industrial metallers happening on a theme that they've been alluding to throughout their 10 year existence; a concept album about the synthesis of man and machine, its 11 tracks showcase a mishmash of screaming electronics and punishingly low-end death metal dynamics. Guitarist Dino Cazares and drummer Raymond Herrera served tenure in the none-more-metal Satanic terrorist troupe Brujera shortly before the release of Digimortal, but such straight-ahead metal antics have not dulled Fear Factory's silicon edge. The scattershot riffage of "Damaged" is undercut by furious distorted synth-lines, and the hyper-tense "No One" showcases sirens stolen straight from the Chemical Brothers' box of old-school rave machinery. Meanwhile, while there's nothing quite as startling as "Obsolete"--a track from the 1999 album of the same name that featured vocals from synth pioneer Gary Numan--the beatbox-based "Back The Fuck Up", featuring Cypress Hill's B-Real, stands a good head and shoulders above the ham-fisted rap-rock fusion peddled by many of Fear Factory's peers. --Louis Pattison

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Fear Factory's fourth album, Digimortal, finds the hirsute Los Angeles industrial-metal band happening on a theme that they've been alluding to throughout their existence. Digimortal is a concept album about the synthesis of man and machine, its 11 tracks serving up a mish-mash of screaming electronics and punishing low-end death-metal dynamics. Guitarist Dino Cazares and drummer Raymond Herrera served tenure in the none-more-metal terrorist troupe Brujeria shortly before the release of Digimortal, but straight-ahead metal antics have not dulled Fear Factory's silicon edge; the scattershot riffage of "Damaged" is undercut by furious, distorted synth-lines, and the hyper-tense "No One" offers up sirens straight from the Chemical Brothers' box of old-school rave machinery. While there's nothing quite as startling as the title track from 1999's Obsolete (which featured vocals from synth pioneer Gary Numan), the beatbox-based "Back the F**k Up," featuring Cypress Hill's B-Real, stands head and shoulders above the ham-fisted rap-rock fusion peddled by many of Fear Factory's peers. --Louis Pattison

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  • Audio CD (August 20, 2001)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: CD
  • Label: Roadrunner Records
  • ASIN: B000059H1S
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars 117 customer reviews
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #114,632 in CDs & Vinyl (See Top 100 in CDs & Vinyl)
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