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Fear Factory - Digimortal mp3 album

  • Performer: Fear Factory
  • Title: Digimortal
  • Genre: Rock
  • Country: Europe
  • Style: Industrial, Thrash
  • MP3 album: 1628 mb
  • FLAC album: 1418 mb
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Fear Factory - Digimortal mp3 album

It is a concept album and the final part of a trilogy that started with Demanufacture and continued with Obsolete, which it is the sequel to. This was the band's last album before officially breaking up in March 2002.

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Fear Factory ‎– Digimortal. Label: Roadrunner Records ‎– RR 8561-5. Format: CD, Album, Digipak. Theories of operation and pre-production at "The Fear Factory Division", Central Los Angeles. Independent pre-production engineered at Studio Dee, Glendale, CA. Publishing master control conducted by Roadblock Music, In. Hatefile Music c/o BMG Songs, Inc. (ASCAP), except "Back The Fuck Up" by Roadblock Music, In. (ASCAP) and BMG Songs, In. Hits From Da Bong Music, admin. by BMG Songs, Inc. (ASCAP). Issued under license to Roadrunner Records from The All Blacks . Roadrunner Records is a registered trademark of The All Blacks .

The hard-rocking quartet has churned out another spine-chilling album with their 2001 release, Digimortal. Born of all things electronic and evil, Digimortal is a cornucopia of apocalyptic views of the evils waiting outside your door, under your bed, and inside your computer. The complete set of warnings on the dark days ahead linger like dense, lurking shadows in the form of the 11 foreboding tracks on the album. A sincere sense of heeded warning comes straight from Fear Factory's ominous crystal ball on tracks like the terse "What Will Become.

Being a Fear Factory fan since Demanufacture (1995), I was surprised to hear Digimortal. Yes, Obsolete (1998) had some nu-metal moments but nothing significant. To be honest, the turntables on Edgecrusher really added to the song. Unlike Obsolete, Digimortal literally sounds like Fear Factory watered down. Several problems plague Digimortal from being considered a classic. The first and most obvious is that Burton C. Bell’s vocals sound weak. 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.

More albums from Fear Factory: Genexus by Fear Factory. Archetype by Fear Factory. Transgression by Fear Factory. Obsolete by Fear Factory. Demanufacture by Fear Factory. Mechanize by Fear Factory. Soul Of A New Machine by Fear Factory. View all albums . Digimortal.

In 2001, Fear Factory's new studio album was released. While there was so much excitement at first, that quickly faded. As well as the number of Fear Factory fans. People began to turn their backs on the band because they lost all hope for Fear Factory and the new style. Hatefiles and Concrete didn't help much either. But those who stuck through the thick and thin of Fear Factory's career in recent years were rewarded with Archetype. But enough about that. Let's concentrate on Digimortal.

Fear Factory is an American heavy metal band that was formed in 1989. Throughout the band's career, they have released nine full-length albums and have evolved through a succession of styles, including nu metal, death metal, groove metal, and thrash metal. Fear Factory was enormously influential on the heavy metal scene in the mid-to-late 1990s.

Tracklist Hide Credits

1 What Will Become?
Recorded By [Child's Vox] – Paul SilveiraVocals [Child's Vox] – Jordan Plotnikoff
2 Damaged 3:02
3 Digimortal
Arranged By [Harmony Vox Arrangements Enhanced By] – Billy Sherwood
4 No One 3:36
5 Linchpin
Edited By [Enhancements] – B-Real a.k.a. The Serial Rhyme Killer*
6 Invisible Wounds (Dark Bodies)
Arranged By [Harmony Vox Arrangements Enhanced By] – Billy SherwoodEdited By [Vox Enhancements Assisted] – Bob Marlette
7 Acres Of Skin 3:55
8 Back The Fuck Up
Lyrics By [Lyrical Engineering Fused By] – L. Freese*Vocals [Auxiliary Vox] – B-Real a.k.a. The Serial Rhyme Killer*
9 Byte Block 5:20
10 Hurt Conveyor 3:40
11 (Memory Imprints) Never End
Keyboards [Additional Keys Generated By] – John Bechdel

Companies, etc.

  • Licensed To – Roadrunner Records
  • Licensed From – The All Blacks B.V.
  • Manufactured By – Warner Music Group
  • Distributed By – Warner Music Group
  • Copyright (c) – The All Blacks B.V.
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – The All Blacks B.V.
  • Recorded At – Ocean Studios
  • Mixed At – Sol 7 Studio
  • Recorded At – Armoury Studios
  • Mastered At – Sterling Sound
  • Published By – Roadblock Music, Inc.
  • Produced At – Studio Dee
  • Pressed By – Cinram, Olyphant, PA – X29182


  • A&R [Industry A&R Director] – Monte Conner
  • Arranged By [Additional Pre-production Arrangements Supported By] – Malcolm Springer
  • Art Direction [Artistic Direction], Design [Ambient Subsurface Design By] – Toby Yod, Tom Jermann
  • Artwork [Title Generated By] – Kaz
  • Bass [Subsonic Assassin And Auxiliary Resonator], Edited By [Extra Soundbytes By], Scratches [Transforming Cuts Executed By] – Christian Olde Wolbers
  • Drums [Automated Rhythmic Attacker] – Raymond Herrera
  • Edited By [Eq Enhancements, Dissection], Composed By [Composition] – George Marino
  • Engineer [Assistant] – Derek England, Oscar Ramirez, Robert Breen
  • Engineer [Guitar Frequency Engineer], Technician [Enhancements By] – Reggie Boyd
  • Engineer [Technical Recording Engineer] – Mike Plotnikoff
  • Guitar [Energized Riff Traumatizer] – Dino Cazares
  • Keyboards [Force Activated Keyboards], Programmed By [Mechanical Programming By] – Rhys Fulber
  • Keyboards [Live Application Keyboards], Programmed By [Programming Engineered By] – John Bechdel
  • Management [Creative Guidance And Fundamental Management] – Mark Botting, Scott Welch
  • Management [Creative Guidance Connectivity] – Steve Richards , Steve Ross
  • Mixed By [Integral Mixing For Final Design] – Fear Factory, Mike Plotnikoff
  • Other [Accountant Of Business And Industry] – Lester Knispel
  • Other [All Designation Of Raw Metarials Acquisitioned By], Artwork By [Visual Concepts Inspired By] – Fear Factory
  • Other [Illegal Representation] – Jeff Light
  • Photography By [Photography Extraordinaire] – Neil Zlozower
  • Producer [Independet Pre-production Engineered By] – Huey Dee, John Anonymous
  • Producer [Produced And Calibrated By] – Fear Factory, Rhys Fulber
  • Technician [Back-up Pro Tools Installer] – Michael Blue
  • Technician [Factory Pro Tools Conducted And Installed By] – Greg Collins
  • Vocals [Resonating Biodroid], Lyrics By [Lyrical Engineering Fused By] – Burton C. Bell
  • Written-By [Music Written And Accelerated By] – Christian Olde Wolbers, Dino Cazares, Raymond Herrera


The artwork still indicates the original catalogue number: RR 8561-2.

B-Real a.k.a. The Serial Rhyme Killer appears courtesy of Columbia Records.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Text): 0 16861 8561-2 0
  • Matrix / Runout: X29182 3 185612-2 02 M1S2
  • Mastering SID Code: ifpi L902
  • Mould SID Code: IFPI 2U8F

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
RR 8561-2, 8085612RR Fear Factory Digimortal ‎(CD, Album) Roadrunner Records, Roadrunner Records RR 8561-2, 8085612RR Europe 2001
none Fear Factory Digimortal ‎(CD, Album, Unofficial) Roadrunner Records none Russia Unknown
RR 8561-2 Fear Factory Digimortal ‎(CD, Album) Roadrunner Records RR 8561-2 Australia 2001
RR 8561-3 Fear Factory Digimortal ‎(Cass, Album) Roadrunner Records RR 8561-3 Thailand 2001
RR 8481-2 Fear Factory Digimortal ‎(CD, Album) Roadrunner Records RR 8481-2 US 2001

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