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#1
Discuss the greatness that is Fear Factory. And how Bleed the Fifth is rubbish compared to Archetype LOL.

And one more thing. Anyone who says RONG FORUM, NU-METAL, I will ban. I don't care that it's out of my jurasdiction. I just will. And if I can't do it i'll just get greety to do it for me.
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#3
I'm getting Christian's signature 7 string in 2 weeks lolololol.
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#4
I only know linchpin.


And it's awesome.
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#6
Aren't they on the actual nu-metal list?



Whatever, good band . But I like Bleed the Fifth .

EDIT: Whats the problem with putting a band in nu-metal anyway? There are plenty of respectable nu-metal bands.
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Last edited by MetalMilitia212 at Sep 13, 2007,
#7
Ewwwwww, Bleed the Fifth! Must we utter those foul words in this thread?

Anyway, early FF owns. And so does Archetype, but that's the only recent album I can safely say that I thoroughly enjoyed from them...Having Christian on guitar didn't seem like such a bad idea until Transgression, when my ears were forced to experience Echo of My Scream and....

gasp...

SUPERNOVA...

Seriously, though, if you had heard the intro to the song on a local '80's station it wouldn't have been very surprising.
#8
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There are plenty of respectable nu-metal bands.

I smell an oxymoron!
#9
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I'm getting Christian's signature 7 string in 2 weeks lolololol.

My mate has one. Great rhythm tone. It's not very good for soloing though, I find.

And the reason I don't want it in Nu-Metal is becuase it will get no attention there. Plus the fact they only had one really Nu-Metal album.
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#10
I actually like Bleed the Fifth

It's weird because it is the only band where I don't mind the growl/sing formula. Maybe I'm just a sucker for tight syncopation?
Anyway... yeah, Fear Factory owns.
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#11
Bleed the Fifth sounds really good. But Fear Factory pwn, they were tight as fuck when I saw then live.
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#13
Whoever put them on The List is complete Mong.

And that video was brilliant.
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^Yeah, how can they be on the Numetal list when they are already on the Metal Rec list under "Industrial Metal"? BLASPHEMY!


Yeah I noticed that too.... a paradox. "Here, let me recommend some industrial metal: Fear Factory. But you can't talk about it here..."

Anyways, FF is a great band IMO. I'm partial to Digimortal and Obsolete myself. "Resurrection", "Descent", "Replica", and "Archetype" are my favorite tracks overall, at the moment.
#17
They were Industrial/Groove but are complete crap now
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#18
Obsolete is my favourite record by FF, after that they had some great tunes but overall I prefer the older stuff.
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#20
I HAVE NO MORE GODDAMN RESPECT
I HAVE NO MORE GODDAMN REGRETS


Anyways, awesome band... but I haven't heard any of their stuff past Archetype.
#22
^Thats an optimistic way of thinking.

Why don't you PM one of the mods and ask? OLOLOL.
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#24
I saw them last time they toured and was extremely skeptical, but Goddamn they're good.

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#25
Bastards toured out here about a month before I got into em. Good band.

P.s. I always thought they belonged here....'specially after they gots da awsumz recz in da rec threadz.....yo.....

P.p.s......please don't hurt me....
#27
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My mate has one. Great rhythm tone. It's not very good for soloing though.


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#28
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That's what my DKMG is for.


Oh snap.

Anyway listning to Archetype right now, i had forgotten how good it is.
#29
They've made some awesome songs like Slave Labor and cyberwaste, but I'd rather listen to Red Harvest.
#33
Archetype is my favourite by far.
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#35
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Oh c'mon!!! FF over Red Harvest?

Are you nuts!!?

Geezzz..


Aside from the fact they both get tagged with the Industrial Metal thing, they don't share a lot in common sound wise. That being said I prefer Red Harvest aswell.
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#36
I saw (and met) FF in 1993, they played the Sarah Sands hotel and were SO LOUD that they literally caused damage to the building and the place was shut down not long after, deemed unsafe!!

cool guys, although the bass player was a dick, but I think he left not long after.


i hung around the punters club hotel some time that year and the FF drummer and guitarist teamed up with the Christbait singer for an onstage jam. pretty cool stuff, I think the outcome made it onto the "Sounds of ordinary madness" compilation.
#37
Moment Of Impact was the first song I ever heard with Harsh Vocals.
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#39
Obsolete is probably one of my top 10 CD's. I enjoyed their newer material just not as much.

Freedom or Fire is my favorite track by them.
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#40
I've wanted to get Soul of a New Machine for aaaaages now... Big God/Raped Souls is such an awesome track.

Btw, I love Invisible Wounds (Suture Mix) on the Resident Evil soundtrack. Such an emotionally-charged song...
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