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Echogenetic

by Front Line Assembly

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Obstacle of Affliction This is my reference album for not only testing hi-fi equipment but also every type of altered mental state since it's original release date. All have been amplified and enhanced by this is seminal release.
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dorkus_reptilicus Modern era approach to old school EBM Favorite track: Killing Grounds.
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Kris Aroo I know there are fans out there who don't like Front Line Assembly going wubby with Echogenetic, but I really like the approach they took while still keeping true to their name and well... still sounding like FLA. This is my probably my favorite album from these guys. (fight me) Either way, FLA has been around cooking up industrial music for a basically a billion years, with a massive discography. Much respect. They can only get even better from here. Favorite track: Exhale.
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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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Resonance 02:46
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Leveled 05:17
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Blood 05:25
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Deadened 05:48
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Ghosts 04:43
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Echogenetic 04:35
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Exhale 05:27
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Exo 07:09
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Prototype 05:36
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Heartquake 05:42

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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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