Fear Factory : Concrete

Fear Factory : Concrete

Fear Factory 's quest to haul sweaty, thrashy metal into a dark cybernetic future culminated in their last album, 'Digimortal' - a record that provided a fitting swansong to the quartet's decade-long career. 'Concrete', however, is where it all...

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Fear Factory : Digimortal

Fear Factory : Digimortal

Men and machines, who needs 'em? A chauvinist might say women. But what of your favourite cyber-meninblack, Fear Factory? Well, they've come to a profound conclusion: remove one and the other won't survive. So they've constructed a near-concept...

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Sno-Core: Hollywood Palladium

Sno-Core: Hollywood Palladium

This year's rock journalism handbook comes with an advisory that each and every review about the SnoCore Tour has to have at least one snide reference to the fact that in actuality there is no snow in connection with the show, no discernible...

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London WC2 Astoria

London WC2 Astoria

Aw shucks, this is too cute. It's Fear Factory drummer Raymond Herrera 's birthday, so he's got a cake and everybody's singing 'Happy Birthday' to him. And that's the only moment of humanity on show tonight. Because Fear Factory...

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Obsolete

Obsolete

THE MACHINES ARE AFTER US. Technology is our enemy. Or to quote Burton C Bell, lead singer with LA-based cyber-metallists Fear Factory, in his sleevenotes: "Man has created these machines to make life easier but in the long run it made him...

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