But this album they arose to so much more. A total metal album that just fuels the fire of exasperating feel to it that makes it dominant in all aspects. In closing, you can’t really go wrong with this album, especially compared to the band’s later work. It’s a new, original take on the Groove metal sound by adding heavy elements of electronica and industrial music to create this very mechanical, cybernetic sound. The album ends with the person can no longer stand against it all and must accept defeat and failure A Therapy For Pain and longs for death because it’s the only peace the album’s character will ever experience. They also add no dynamic to the music.
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Aggressive vocals most of the time and the guitar just thick, chunky as previously statedbar chord complexity alongside clean vocals that goes well with it during those periods amongst the synthesizers that are orchestrated during chorus bits or just amiable errants of ringtone vox paving it’s way to metal in a fashion like no other. Not even close to what the lyrics say.
I’m actually not sure what all the hype over this album is about. Femanufacture we have here is demanufactyre B-tuning guitar that’s filled with such heaviness and crunch, goes well along with the heavy grunted vocals with it’s manifestation of utter originality not mention genius in songwriting essence. You get the picture.
It sounds like a drum machine was used since the music is very cut-and-paste oriented. Sadly however the CD has now become too boring and too repetive for my personal tastes.
Just taste a tune such as “Self Bias Resistor” and total imagination in writing achieves it’s peak in complexity, tempo change and sheer metal domination. Backed with a mechanical assault of machine gun drum work and guitar riffs, Burton C.
Yer Metal Is Olde: Fear Factory – Demanufacture | Angry Metal Guy
Remember what I said earlier This was due to Cazares altering many parts during tracking of his guitars. Retrieved April 13, Even Metal suffered the same fate. None of the bonus tracks do anything for the overall quality of the album, by the fera, mine being a crappy song with a Spanish title, a crappy Agnostic Front cover, and a crappy remix of a crappy song from the original album.
You can make out what the words are, and the singing is equally unique, so deep, it’s hard to decide whether Burton Bell is a good singer or not, but it compliments the guitars perfectly. My original rating was a little high, so I fixed it.
Yer Metal Is Olde: Fear Factory – Demanufacture
The clean vocals delivered by Bell give a soaring and atmospheric feel to the songs in which they are used, most emphasized on the extremely ethereal A Therapy For Pain. They clearly wear their influences on their sleeves and are not afraid of showing the direction of where aggressive music was headed towards.
The drumming isn’t as impressive as the guitars. The guitarist does nothing but power cords. Diversity is not lacking here, as the songs can be distinguished from each other easily. It’s like they threw it in because they could not because it truly added anything. This has been widely called a concept album, but does anyone actually know what the exact idea here is?
Only recommended in full to those who can live with an album that becomes somewhat stale when being consumed regularly. The fadtory sound washes over the listener, leaving you breathless and hungry for more.
Demanufacture (album) – Wikipedia
Deathy grindings and epic riffage meet sci-fi techno wizardry in this masterpiece. Fear Factory’s “Demanufacture” is much like the bread frar a staple heavy metal diet.
As for the bass, I didn’t notice any outstanding qualities about it, but it’s sufficient. This is the band’s first album with their classic line-up; adding new bassist Christian Olde Wolbers. The riffs on Replica, Demanufacture, and H-K Hunter-Killer are some of the most engaging and memorable, yet stylistically simple chords I have heard out of this genre.
I think the songs here would come off quite a bit better in concert. And the drumming, it sounds the same on almost every song. His shout is flat and expressionless. Baffled me my first hearing years ago, then hearing Obsolete and thinking this album surpasses that one much more intensely.
The good songs are worth their while, but don’t justify going out and buying this album.