Echogenetic

by Front Line Assembly

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Kris Aroo
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Kris Aroo I know there are fans out there who are slightly upset with Front Line Assembly going towards the wubby side with Echogenetic, but I really like the turn they took while still keeping true to the name and well... still sounding like FLA. I gotta say this is my favorite album from these guys. Fight me! Either way, FLA has been around cooking up industrial music for a billion years, with a massive discography. Much respect, and I hope to see another album that can top this in my book. Favorite track: Exhale.
Nicholas Papadopoulos
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Nicholas Papadopoulos This is one of the latest works of art from the Pioneering band Front Line Assembly. Loved by the Industrial community, and for a simple reason. Just take a listen. Favorite track: Exo.
Scumbag
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Scumbag Another great offering from the immortal Front Line Assembly!! Although it's not in the same league as their early/mid '90s heyday (I can't imagine the Tactical Neural Implant, Millennium and Hard Wired era can ever be equalled again) it is an offering from Bill Leeb and co which, as always, doesn't disappoint us fans!
Maxim Chernikov
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Maxim Chernikov What does it mean - classic? And...
What does it mean - new view?
In this case - nothing!
This is - a self-sufficient thing that does not require opinions from. Favorite track: Blood.
Damned Industrial
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Damned Industrial The future is now. Witness it here.
jack daniels
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jack daniels yeah we all noticed that they've replaced their dark atmosphere w/ smth modern or even futuristic which is okay I guess...
new rhythm, same old vocal, clear sounds, I think the balance is perfect now.
And one more thing iv got to say personally to the most greatest musician - Bill Leeb, man, we all r waiting for the new Delerium album
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With the new alum Echogenetic, long running industrialists Front Line Assembly show a new facet of this respected band. Mastermind Bill Leeb, along with Jeremy Inkel, Jared Slingerland, Craig Johnsen, and Sasha Keevill have created a concussive, driving opus. Completely guitar free, the new album relies entirely on electronics. The opening chords of the seething “Resonance” sets the tone of the album, and segues perfectly into the complex percussion of “Leveled” and the anthemic dance track “Killing Grounds”. Tracks such as “Ghosts” and the title track show the band willing to push past the boundaries between modern electronica and electro-industrial. Overall, Echogenetic shows Front Line Assembly is in top form, and continues to be a leading force in the electronic music scene.

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released July 9, 2013

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