Front Line Assembly Echogenetic
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sinsexsodomy
July 13th 2013



198 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

^ ok, i see what you mean. when you said "he'd (Rhys) prefer for FLA to be heavier" and you mentioned Rhys period usually are when the band is at its best, i thought you meant you wanted a heavy record from them.

Willie
Moderator
July 13th 2013



15894 Comments

Album Rating: 3.0

I'd like a heavier album, but I liked Tactical Neural Implant (and that style) too.

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pribosse
July 13th 2013



524 Comments


jw, have either of you heard necro dogg's new album yet? it's a bit on the rawer side but it's got some pretty heavy moments esp on the second side of the record

breakingthefragile
July 13th 2013



2950 Comments

Album Rating: 3.5

Leeb's voice must be immune to age or something because he's almost 60 and he sounds just like he did in the '90s. Then again it's probably all the digitized effects.

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sinsexsodomy
July 14th 2013



198 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

"Then again it's probably all the digitized effects." thats the best part about Industrial acts lol, Ministry, SKinny Puppy, KMFDM,16Volt all the front men sound pretty much the same. hey fits the style of music tho

Wizard
July 14th 2013



19248 Comments


Great review dude and I totally agree with your statement about them being underrated. I will get around to this sometime.

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insomniac15
Staff Reviewer
July 15th 2013



3336 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

Thanks. So far, it's the strongest record released this year from all the 1980s industrial bands.

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sinsexsodomy
July 31st 2013



198 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

ehhh its a tie between this and Weapon by SP for me. Weapon is great for the old school style but this is great for the modernization of FLAs early 90's stuff

insomniac15
Staff Reviewer
August 1st 2013



3336 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

Weapon is good, but I miss the aggressive side of Skinny Puppy, that's why I enjoy Echogenetic more.

terminusest
August 25th 2013



96 Comments


eh weapon is dull, if i wanna hear bites or remission i'll listen to those albums. handover was a lot better.

new FLA is totally superior to weapon.

sinsexsodomy
September 10th 2013



198 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

"eh weapon is dull, if i wanna hear bites or remission i'll listen to those albums".

This sounds nothing like Bites

you have to be kidding about Handover, it had some good track at the end but the majority of the
record was very weak especially compared to Weapon.


TheTyrant
November 27th 2013



6 Comments

Album Rating: 2.5

Yes there are a few tracks that sound very much like Caustic Grip (one of my alltime faves).

BUT there are one too many tracks with over-the-top audio compression. Blood, for example, is a nice melody but -GOD- the audio compression makes me sick and NOT want to listen to the track.

Don't get me wrong, I love getting my ear-drums blasted but this just seems too obvious and leaves me a bit disappointed.

And I disagree that this feeds off TNI. That album really stands by itself. TNI was tight and the sampling was perhaps some of the best sampling i've ever heard. If there was anything nearly close to TNI, it would have been the first Intermix release.

TheTyrant
November 27th 2013



6 Comments

Album Rating: 2.5

And I disagree that this feeds off TNI. That album really stands by itself. TNI was tight and the sampling was perhaps some of the best sampling i've ever heard. If there was anything nearly close to TNI, it would have been the first Intermix release.

FadeToBlack
December 13th 2013



10913 Comments


yah its okay



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