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Soul of a New Machine


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Product Details

  • Audio CD (Jan. 5 2009)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Universal Music Group
  • ASIN: B000000H78
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Audio Cassette
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (43 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #45,166 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Martyr
2. Leechmaster
3. Scapegoat
4. Crisis
5. Crash Test
6. Flesh Hold
7. Lifeblind
8. Scumgrief
9. Natividad
10. Big God/Raped Souls
11. Arise Above Oppression
12. Self Immolation
13. Suffer Age
14. W.O.E.
15. Desecrate
16. Escape Confusion
17. Manipulation

Product Description

When Roadrunner Records issued Fear Factory's "unreleased" first album, Concrete, in 2002, it marked the close of a long-incomplete chapter in the early history of this groundbreaking band. But as significant as that album was historically, it was even more important for another reason: it led Fear Factory to a deal with Roadrunner Records & the recording of their "official" debut album, Soul Of A New Machine, unleashing a new force in the world of metal. Combining both metal & industrial elements, Fear Factory laid a groundwork on Soul Of A New Machine & their subsequent remix EP Fear Is The Mindkiller (also included on this expanded remaster). The band paved the way not only for their follow-up albums - ultimately resulting in the Gold-selling Obsolete - but also for a whole new wave of bands such as Filter, Static-X & Stabbing Westward. With this newly expanded, remastered edition, fans can once again experience both the sheer brutality & inescapable beauty of this prototypical metal masterpiece. --This text refers to an alternate Audio CD edition.

Customer Reviews

4.4 out of 5 stars

Most helpful customer reviews

Format: Audio CD
I hate most death metal with a passion, but this album is something else. I already had Obsolete and Digimortal before I got this, and I wasn't so sure about getting this because most people on this site say they're so different and you "might not be able to handle it". DON'T LISTEN TO THEM! Although this is a different style, and it's more death metalish, this is much better quality than any of the aforementioned FF albums. Unlike usual death metal, this has singing vocals as well as the usual low growling, some dance beats, and movie samples. It doesn't have as much industrial influence as others say, but there still is some. The double drums also actually stop during some portions of the album.
Note- These songs are a lot better if you look at the lyrics while you listen.
Here's what I think of the tracks-
THE FIRST HALF OF THE ALBUM (THE GOOD HALF)
1) Martyr (10/10) Very good opener. The spoken verse at the start is creepy and cool. There's a section about halfway through where the music stops and he sings "Suffer, bastard" repeatedly and I love it.
2) Leechmaster (9/10) Good song, but overrated. About a relationship. There's some awesome singing in the background of the "I loved you once, now go away" is you listen closely.
3) Scapegoat (10/10) The riff to this purely nu-metal. It uses the same 3 chords, and it could have been one of the things that influenced Korn. This song is totally awesome, I love everything about it, especially the awesome singing in the bridge.
4) Crisis (11/10) My favorite death metal track ever recorded, and that includes all of Opeth. An anti-war song with movie samples. The chorus is one of the highlights of the album "Not my war, soldiers marching on".
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Format: Audio CD
I hate most death metal with a passion, but this album is something else. I already had Obsolete and Digimortal before I got this, and I wasn't so sure about getting this because most people on this site say they're so different and you "might not be able to handle it". DON'T LISTEN TO THEM! Although this is a different style, and it's more death metalish, this is much better quality than any of the aforementioned FF albums. Unlike usual death metal, this has singing vocals as well as the usual low growling, some dance beats, and movie samples. It doesn't have as much industrial influence as others say, but there still is some. The double drums also actually stop during some portions of the album.
Note- These songs are a lot better if you look at the lyrics while you listen.
Here's what I think of the tracks-
THE FIRST HALF OF THE ALBUM (THE GOOD HALF)
1) Martyr (10/10) Very good opener. The spoken verse at the start is creepy and cool. There's a section about halfway through where the music stops and he sings "Suffer, bastard" repeatedly and I love it.
2) Leechmaster (9/10) Good song, but overrated. About a relationship. There's some awesome singing in the background of the "I loved you once, now go away" is you listen closely.
3) Scapegoat (10/10) The riff to this purely nu-metal. It uses the same 3 chords, and it could have been one of the things that influenced Korn. This song is totally awesome, I love everything about it, especially the awesome singing in the bridge.
4) Crisis (11/10) My favorite death metal track ever recorded, and that includes all of Opeth. An anti-war song with movie samples. The chorus is one of the highlights of the album "Not my war, soldiers marching on".
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By The Pitiful Anonymous on Nov. 7 2003
Format: Audio CD
I hate most death metal with a passion, but this album is something else. I already had Obsolete and Digimortal before I got this, and I wasn't so sure about getting this because most people on this site say they're so different and you "might not be able to handle it". DON'T LISTEN TO THEM! Although this is a different style, and it's more death metalish, this is much better quality than any of the aforementioned FF albums. Unlike usual death metal, this has singing vocals as well as the usual low growling, some dance beats, and movie samples. It doesn't have as much industrial influence as others say, but there still is some. The double drums also actually stop during some portions of the album.
Note- These songs are a lot better if you look at the lyrics while you listen.
Here's what I think of the tracks-
THE FIRST HALF OF THE ALBUM (THE GOOD HALF)
1) Martyr (10/10) Very good opener. The spoken verse at the start is creepy and cool. There's a section about halfway through where the music stops and he sings "Suffer, bastard" repeatedly and I love it.
2) Leechmaster (9/10) Good song, but overrated. About a relationship. There's some awesome singing in the background of the "I loved you once, now go away" is you listen closely.
3) Scapegoat (10/10) The riff to this purely nu-metal. It uses the same 3 chords, and it could have been one of the things that influenced Korn. This song is totally awesome, I love everything about it, especially the awesome singing in the bridge.
4) Crisis (11/10) My favorite death metal track ever recorded, and that includes all of Opeth. An anti-war song with movie samples. The chorus is one of the highlights of the album "Not my war, soldiers marching on".
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