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Concrete album for sale by Fear Factory was released Jul 30, 2002 on the Roadrunner label. Fear Factory were among the pioneers of a metal subgenre that became the blueprint for nu-metal as we know it today, their sound typified by down-tuned, syncopated guitar riffing with vocals switching on a dime between death-metal growling and a clean singing style. As the band closed the book on their 12-year career, a fitting tribute came in the release of CONCRETE. ...See Full Description
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||Not there best|
I been a FF fan for several years and i was sort of dissapointed in this CD. After i got it i discovered it is sort of a B-side cd of some of there songs they have released and some songs they never released.
By a reviewer (Roseland NJ)
this cd kikcs its so heavy the way i like it. maynot understand the lyrics/vocalist but its still good with the instrumental plays.
By viper_gto8 (vancouver)
||The recording before Soul Of A New Machine|
Concrete, the never-heard-of first album from Fear Factory. Well, I should say demo. This would of been their first album, only they used it as a demo to seal a contract with Roadrunner Records, with which they released all their albums before the big split.
By inward_x (Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario, Canada)
||First Demo Now Released!|
Previous reviewers either did not review this fairly or with much information. This is the first FF demo, recorded in '91, produced by a then unknown Ross Robinson.
By a reviewer (New Jersey, USA)
This is better than even i thought it would be, i recommend it to any death metal fan.
By Kingofoldskool03 (chicago, il)
|Have you heard this album?
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