Label: Metropolis Records Releasedate: 15.01.2021
Front Line Assembly is a Canadian electro-industrial band formed by Bill Leeb in 1986 after leaving Skinny Puppy. Influenced by early electronic and industrial acts such as Cabaret Voltaire, Portion Control, D.A.F., Test Dept, SPK, and Severed Heads, the band has developed its own sound incorporating elements of electronic body music (EBM). The band’s membership has rotated through several members over the years, including Michael Balch, Rhys Fulber, and Chris Peterson, all of whom are associated with several other acts.
Now, Front Line Assembly has released a brand new album. “Mechanical Soul” is their seventeenth album and comes with eleven songs. The album lasts for almost one hour and is filled with music that will cause your muscles to twitch with its electronic tunes. The songs all have a very industrial sound and the vocals have a robot like sound as well. With a good mix of slower and fast songs, they are not only keeping your attention, but also give you the time to catch a breath between the songs that pull you onto dance floor.
Front Line Assembly is sweetening the global pandemic with a brand new album. “Mechanical Soul” is helping you getting through these weird times and transform your home into a dance floor. Let’s just hope that we can dance to the music as their shows again soon. Until then, enjoy “Mechanical Soul”.
02. Glass And Leather
04. New World
05. Rubber Tube Gang
09. Komm Stirbt Mit Mir
10. Time Lapse
11. Hatevol (Black Asteroid mix)