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Fear Factory

Fear Factory were one of the first bands to fuse the loud, crushing intensity of death metal with the cold harshness of industrial electronics and samples, producing a more varied sonic palette with which to express their bleak, pessimistic view of modern, technology-driven society. The group was formed in Los Angeles in 1990 by vocalist Burton C. Bell (formerly of Hate Face), percussionist Raymond Herrera, and guitarist and ex-Douche Lord Dino Cazares. Following their contribution of two tracks to the L.A. Death Metal compilation, Fear Factory signed to Roadrunner Records and released their debut album, Soul of a New Machine, in 1992, which featured new bass player Andrew Shives, added to allow Cazares to play guitar on tour. The following year's Fear Is the Mind Killer EP showed Fear Factory's willingness to experiment with their music and broaden its scope by placing tracks from their debut in the hands of remixers Rhys Fulber and Bill Leeb of Front Line Assembly; the EP also marked the debut of keyboardist Reynor Diego, who along with Fulber joined the band as a touring keyboardist. Shives was fired in 1994 and replaced by Christian Olde Wolbers.

In 1995, Fear Factory released their second full-length album of new material, Demanufacture; it was followed two years later by another remix project, Remanufacture (Cloning Technology), which this time featured contributions from a number of different remixers, including many techno-oriented artists, as well as more input from Fear Factory themselves. Steve Tushar replaced Diego in 1996. The members of the band have performed in a number of side projects, the most notable of which is Cazares' and Herrera's Brujeria; others include G/Z/R (Bell) and Nailbomb (Cazares). Fear Factory reconvened in 1998 for Obsolete, a record that found the band's well-established style fitting seamlessly into the growing alternative metal boom. As such, it became the band's biggest hit yet, hitting the Top 100 on the album charts. Fear Factory's profile was further boosted by appearances on several film soundtracks and on the 1999 Ozzfest tour. Their next album, 2001's Digimortal, entered the charts in the Top 40, but by the next year vocalist Bell decided to leave the band. Cazares was the one who eventually left the band, however, while Wolbers moved to guitar and Byron Stroud (Strapping Young Lad) was hired for the bass spot.

Amidst the lineup changes, Roadrunner dropped the band and, in 2002, issued their original 1991 recordings on the compilation Concrete. Fear Factory moved to Liquid 8 for 2004's Archetype. The equally merciless Transgression followed in August 2005. Disappointed with Transgression and feeling that they had been pressured into rushing the album out, Fear Factory went on hiatus while the bandmembers pursued other projects. Eventually, Bell and Cazares reconciled their friendship, and in 2009 the pair re-formed Fear Factory with Byron Stroud on bass and Gene Hoglan (who also played with Devin Townsend, Death, and Dethklok, among others) on drums, much to the surprise of Herrera and Wolbers. Again fully operational, Fear Factory began once again manufacturing records, releasing Mechanize in 2010, followed by the 2012 concept album The Industrialist. In late 2014, the band announced that they had signed with Nuclear Blast and would be releasing their ninth studio album, Genexus, later that year. Tony Campos (formerly of Static-X) replaced Stroud on bass, and Malignancy's Mike Heller took over the drum stool. The album, produced by longtime collaborator Rhys Fulber, dropped in August 2015. ~ Steve Huey
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Selected Discography

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Track List: Genexus

1. Autonomous Combat System

2. Anodized

3. Dielectric

4. Soul Hacker

5. Protomech

6. Genexus

7. Church Of Execution

8. Regenerate

9. Battle For Utopia

10. Expiration Date

11. Mandatory Sacrifice (Genexus Remix)

12. Enhanced Reality

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Track List: The Industrialist

1. The Industrialist

2. Recharger

3. New Messiah

4. God Eater

5. Depraved Mind Murder

6. Virus Of Faith

7. Difference Engine

8. Disassemble

9. Religion Is Flawed Because...

10. Human Augmentation

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Track List: Mechanize

1. Mechanize

2. Industrial Discipline

3. Fear Campaign

4. Powershifter

5. Christploitation

6. Oxidizer

7. Controlled Demolition

8. Designing The Enemy

9. Metallic Division

10. Final Exit

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Track List: Live On The Sunset Strip

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Track List: Digimortal

1. What Will Become

2. Damaged

3. Digimortal

4. No One

5. Linchpin

6. Invisible Wounds (Dark Bodies)

7. Acres Of Skin

8. Back The F**k Up

9. Byte Block

10. Hurt Conveyor

11. (Memory Imprints) Never End

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Track List: Obsolete

1. Shock

2. Edgecrusher

3. Smasher/Devourer

4. Securitron (Police State 2000)

5. Descent

6. Hi-Tech Hate

7. Freedom Or Fire

8. Obsolete

9. Resurrection

10. Timelessness

11. Cars

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Track List: Demanufacture

Disc 1

1. Demanufacture

2. Self Bias Resistor

3. Zero Signal

4. Replica

5. New Breed

6. Dog Day Sunrise

7. Body Hammer

8. Flashpoint

9. H-K (Hunter-Killer)

10. Pisschrist

11. A Therapy For Pain

12. Your Mistake

13. !Resistancia!

14. Concreto

16. Manic Cure

Disc 2

1. Remanufacture

2. National Panel Beating

3. Genetic Blueprint

4. Faithless

5. Bionic Chronic

6. Cloning Technology

7. Burn

8. T-1000

9. Machines Of Hate

10. 21st Century Jesus

11. Bound For Forgiveness

12. Refinery

13. Cyberdyne

14. Refueled

15. Transgenic

16. New Breed (Spoetnik Mix)

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Track List: Recharger (Single)

1. Recharger

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Track List: Remanufacture

1. Remanufacture (Demanufacture)

2. National Panel Beating (Body Hammer)

3. Genetic Blueprint (New Breed)

4. Faithless (Zero Signal)

5. Bionic Chronic

6. Cloning Technology (Replica)

7. Burn (Flashpoint)

8. T-1000

9. Machines Of Hate (Self Bias Resistor)

10. 21st Century Jesus (Pisschrist)

11. Bound For Forgiveness (A Therapy For Pain)

12. Refinery

13. Remanufacture (Edited Version)

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Demanufactur e was a game changer in metal I f**king* love that album
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Good music but cmon get some real people not a f&@$)@?g drum machine
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They are just manufactured noise making cliche ridden poseurs. Thumbs down losers
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Favorite heavy metal artists
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Wait, they're still making albums, and just recently to
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Edgecrusher
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alabastervil l i s 0
i have had a love hate relationship with this band, it reminds me of a brutal betrayal of my once wife, it wasnt their fault but it stirs up bad emotions, otherewise yes a great band
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Look into my eyes.
Tell me what you see.
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My coworker introduced me to this band yesterday... I've been consuming all their material like double cheeseburger s after fasting in an igloo in Antarctica for two weeks.
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ryansmith312 1 5
Everything they do is great !!!
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I go all the way back to Soul of a New machine and also am looking forward to the new record coming out on Aug. 7th. However i have been relentlessly listening to the version of Fear Factory with Burt. Christian, Raymond and Byron. And must say that is the heaviest Fear Factory ever!!! 2 word's...Arc h e t y p e , Transgressio n . Carry on.
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O yeah ..I dig these guys from day 1..Be seeing them again with Coal Chamber 7/25/15@Suns h i n e in N.M..great venue, I'm sure it will be loco!
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Reminds me of being 16 again :-)
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This band is better than I thought and remembered.
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Well Matt Devries quit Fear Factory there are no original Chimaira members still in the game
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F**k the machine
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Can't wait for the new album in 2015
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Love me Fear Factory!

When the era of heaviness was bliss!

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Due to the graphic nature of this program listener discretion is advised
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Fear Factory has steadily risen to the top.
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Where is soul of a new machine? Been with you guys since day 1. You killed the stage last time you were in St . Paul.
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Zerosignal is my favorite song and Demanufactur e my favorite cd. They have no equal. The are simply the best.
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Ya, been listening to them for almost 20 years and they still rock my balls
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These guys are cutting edge metal!
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joshiapage
Pure raw rairly matched talent
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Fing love these guys its been 17 years since the first time I heard these guys. Still just as good now as back in the day
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Dude....dema n u f a c t u r e ? ? So worth the listen
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Obsolete is so good. Never really got into anything else they did but that album is a 10/10.
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bricekelsch
Would be interesring to see these guys tour with kmfdm
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I never knew they were a death metal band.
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one of my top 5...
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SHOCK!!!!!!! ! ! ! !
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Best metal band of all time. They're heavy as hell, melodic, and great people in real life.
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Fear factory is real metal these guys look like normal ppl. On stage but they play like living monsters, My fan song would be, "Shock"!!
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cristianmarc o 2 0 1 2
The older i get, the more i appreciate this band.
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I reckon obsolete had to be one of the most creative writing processes from start to finish I've seen /heard... How it's basically a crazy a** movie script of man vs machine
and that it's based around the character EdgeCrusher and his haggard a** emotions from being half human half machine....
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Metal is too cool far awards
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I love c burton bell. I've listen them since round the time obsolete came out!!
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Grammy's? Are you serious dude? Metal music wasn't meant to be listened by pop a** douchebags that never got the real meaning of heavy metal. Remember the Metallica /Jethro Tull incident? Those moronic a**holes ; always casted metal aside f**k the Grammy's!
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these guys are bad a**
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badass
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The most rock & metal stations on Pandora Radio!
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god help me pour this gas on me!!! I need to drown in flames to be free!!!! f**k yea!
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Love to see Rhys Fulber with writing credit on Recharger. Want to see these guys again.
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Self Bias resistor is a badass song Fear Factory rules!
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This musick is what I grew up on and kills the gay skiny jean f*g kid musick that's out now
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Demanufactur e is one of my top 5 favorite albums for sure. It is furious from start to finish.
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i've got no more goddamn regrets
i've got no more goddamn respect
:D
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Having Gene Hoglan drum certainly helps make an album better...
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jmartorana6
I personally thought Mechanize should have been nominated for a Grammy - there isn't one song on there I don't like - not like with their other albums - Fear Campaign gives me chills everytime I hear the mosh-pit crazy opening riff.
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