New Fear Factory tour and poster

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  1. Sebastian

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    Hellyeah! :metal: :shred:

     
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    It's pretty cool, yet kinda weird to see this lineup do the Christian-era songs live...at least they couldn't twist the words around in this one to bash him and Raymond. Even though I'm a huge FF fan, I thought that was kinda lame.
     
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    HeHasTheJazzHands greg rulz ok

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  4. Rick

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    Do not like that one. :noway:
     
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    They played Archetype when I saw them in July, but I didnt think they'd take it any further.
    Definitely didnt expect Cyberwaste
     
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    They played Archetype, made me a happy metalhead, move my head I did.
     
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    The plot thickens...
     
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    HeHasTheJazzHands greg rulz ok

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    A slight bump to wish Mr. Cazares an early happy 47th birthday. :D
     
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    Recently 2 full shows popped upon Youtube :)


     
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    Happy birthday, boss. :yesway:
     
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    I had no idea the he was that old. :spock:
     
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    Man that 1993 show is badass!
     
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    Holy shit they played Cyberwaste????
     
  14. Sebastian

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    Yup :) They first played it like...a month ago at the Dynamo festival :)
    And they're playing Damaged :hbang:

    Great text from the FF facebook:

     
  15. Rick

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    I was talking with Dino about that earlier. IMO, who gives a shit how it was recorded?
     
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    Non-musos, people who have no idea how album production works in the metal genre, and probably those who dont 'get' Industrial in general.

    TBH, I wish this issue was addressed on their FB account a lot sooner than it was. Because it's really done the album a disservice IMHO. I know quite a few casual FF fans that've completely dismissed it (Industrialist) without even giving it an objective listen. Solely because it's being regarded as "that drum machine album".

    Yet if you ask the same people what they think of the landmark albums that bands like Ministry, Godflesh, Skinny Puppy, NIN, Filter, KMFDM, etc. put out. Suddenly there's no problem with how the drumming was done on them? :scratch:
     
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    Couldn't agree more. :agreed:
     
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    Honestly the drums for The Industrialist were programmed so well I thought they were recorded. But those samples do help FF retain is identifying sound.
    I have no problem with it at all.
     
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    The programmed drums on the new record just have this energy to it that I dig. It sounds good, it is good.
     
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    Lol I saw a video of a recent show and he changed the lyric to "the infectionS" have" been removed :lol:
     

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