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  1. Digimortal, an Album by Fear Factory. Released 24 April on Roadrunner (catalog no. RR ; CD). Genres: Industrial Metal.
  2. Apr 16,  · Album · · 11 Songs. Available with an Apple Music subscription. Try it free. Browse Radio Sign In Digimortal Fear Factory Metal · Preview SONG TIME What Will Become. 1. PREVIEW Damaged. 2. PREVIEW Digimortal. 3. Fear Factory More by Fear Factory. Demanufacture Mechanize.
  3. This is the limited edition digi pack version of "Digimortal" and it has 4 bonus tracks on it. was a difficult time for Heavy Metal as Nu metal was rearing it's ugly head, ironically Fear Factory's earlier albums helped to set the template for Nu Metal in a lot of ways/5().
  4. Digimortal is a great album, very different from Fear Factory's previous output, but nonetheless worthy. The songs revolve around a concept where man and machine merge together, forming a whole new society. In usual Burton C. Bell style, it's mostly very vague, and the songs can be interpreted in a multitude of ways, which is a good thing.
  5. Nov 04,  · Digimortal is the fourth studio album by American industrial metal band Fear Factory, released on April 24, by Roadrunner Records. .
  6. In , Fear Factory released their second studio album, Demanufacture, which peaked at number 27 on the UK Albums Chart, and was later certified silver by the British Phonographic Industry (BPI); it was followed two years later by another remix project, Remanufacture (Cloning Technology), which this time featured contributions from a number of different remixers, including many techno-oriented .
  7. When these 2 things are considered, Fear Factory’s 4th album, Digimortal, isn’t all that bad. However, it isn’t all that good either. This is the last album to feature their “classic lineup”; and you can tell that there is a decline in the Fear Factory sound, for there are many errors throughout.
  8. Lyrically, Digimortal is a familiar concept piece about the struggle between man and machine, a theme that may be growing a little old at this point. But that aside, FEAR FACTORY have produced yet another gem of industrialized metal—a little sleeker and more stylish, perhaps, but never straying far from the band's well-loved trademark sound.

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