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Mechanical Soul

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Sidekick Dave
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Sidekick Dave I’ve been an FLA fan for over three decades and I’ve enjoyed most of their albums, however this one is a favorite out of all the great work they’ve done. Reminds me of an update on Tactical Neural Implant, and as someone who preferred “Gun” to “Blade” it rides the same b-side vibe of that classic industrial sci-fi classic. Favorite track: Unknown.
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Ac!dKru Another stunning release from the Canadian industrial masters! The samples and live guitar quite prevalent in the early days are back, tho in small doses. But I’ll take it! This is a great amalgamation of Tactical Neural Implant, Artificial Soldier, and Echogenetic. Favorite track: Glass and Leather.
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_travelrec_ Hmm... I was somewhat disappointed at first, since no heavy dance track is placed on the new album. Luckily, there is no bad cover version similar to "Rock Me Amadeus", like on last album "Wake Up The Coma". Anyway, F.L.A. is a must be for me, no doubt. Perfect mixed sound, as always. Favorite track: Purge.
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Purge 05:23
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Unknown 05:06
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New World 05:07
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Stifle 04:15
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Alone 05:31
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Barbarians 04:39
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Time Lapse 03:33
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The legendary industrial act Front Line Assembly has always been willing fearlessly push past the boundaries between genres, exploring all manner of styles and influence. The new album, Mechanical Soul, can be seen as a culmination of these artistic endeavors, a masterful work from one of the genre's greats. Features guest appearances by Front 242's Jean-Luc DeMeyer and Fear Factory's Dino Cazeres

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released January 15, 2021

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