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Fear Factory - Soul of a New Machine album download
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Fear Factory - Soul of a New Machine album download

Performer:
Fear Factory
Album:
Soul of a New Machine
Style:
Alternative Metal,Heavy Metal,Industrial Metal,Death Metal
Released:
May, 1992
Genre:
Duration:
55:15
Recording location:
Grand Master, Ltd., Hollywood, CA
MP3 archive size:
1717 mb
FLAC archive size:
1436 mb
Other formats:
MMF MPC DTS APE AA RA
Rating:
4.1
Votes:
385

Complete your Fear Factory collection. This is a really good Fear Factory album.

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Soul of a New Machine is the debut studio album by American heavy metal band Fear Factory, released on August 25, 1992 by Roadrunner Records. Although this record was Fear Factory's first studio album to be released, it was actually their second album to be recorded, after Concrete, which was recorded in 1991 but not released until 11 years later. The album was remastered and re-released on October 5, 2004 in a digipak, packaged together with the remastered Fear Is the Mindkiller EP.

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Soul of a New Machine shows Fear Factory attempting, at an early stage, to establish a unique identity in the climes of early 90s death metal. There are a large number of features to this release that other bands hadn't bothered with at this time. Plenty of the riffs have a crunch to them thanks to some being adapted from techno rhythms, with the band themselves citing Martyr as an example. Soul Of A New Machine is full of electronic effects, sound samples and unusual stuff for a death metal release that reveal this album's insanely interesting experimental nature. This is a work of immense depth, songs are somewhat clumsy but it's obvious that a lot of thought and care went into making each song awesome in its own right.

Soul of a New Machine. Just as importantly, it did away with the generic aspects of each subgenre, resulting in a unique sound that was in no way whatsoever clichéd (though it would later become a cliché itself years later)

When Soul of a New Machine came out in 1992, there was nothing like it. Martyr remains to this day, the first song to include the unique style of Burton C. Bell - Fear Factory vocalist on every album since this one (their first). Not only is this album a milestone of accomplishments, but upon increased listens - one can easily see why this album deserves a little more praise. Not one single album, ever before, contains any of the riffage and drumming styles that show on this album. The triplet feel, similar to the verse of Self-Bias Resistor of the Demanufacture album originated here.

Track List

Title/Composer Performer Time
1 Martyr Burton C. Bell Fear Factory 4:06
2 Leechmaster Burton C. Bell Fear Factory 3:54
3 Scapegoat Burton C. Bell Fear Factory 4:33
4 Crisis Burton C. Bell Fear Factory 3:45
5 Crash Test Burton C. Bell Fear Factory 3:46
6 Flesh Hold Burton C. Bell Fear Factory 2:31
7 Lifeblind Burton C. Bell Fear Factory 3:51
8 Scumgrief Burton C. Bell Fear Factory 4:07
9 Natividad Burton C. Bell Fear Factory 1:04
10 Big God/Raped Souls Burton C. Bell Fear Factory 2:38
11 Arise Above Oppression Burton C. Bell / Dino Cazares Fear Factory 1:51
12 Self Immolation Burton C. Bell Fear Factory 2:46
13 Suffer Age Dino Cazares Fear Factory 3:40
14 Woe Burton C. Bell Fear Factory 2:33
15 Desecrate Burton C. Bell Fear Factory 2:35
16 Escape Confusion Dino Cazares Fear Factory 3:58
17 Manipulation Burton C. Bell Fear Factory 3:29
  • Contrarily to common consensus, the band’s debut album Soul of a New Machine isn’t a great listening. The music is a proto-type of the famous “Nu/Groove Metal phenomenon” that would have exploded some years later, but beyond the B-tuned six-string palm-muted power-chords, there’s hardly something very worthwhile. The vocals are still too amateurish to be considered, and the melodic choices are poor and flat. Sure, they manage to create hammering and seducing grooves and blasts (“Scapegoat”, “Lifeblind”), but the album’s monotone nature will be an obstacle for more melody-minded listeners. A decent initial splash.Highlights: “Scapegoat”, “Lifeblind.