The band announces a new album including guest appearances from Jean-Luc De Meyer of Front 242 and Dino Cazares of Fear Factory.
Influenced by early electronic and industrial acts such as Cabaret Voltaire, Portion Control, D.A.F., Test Dept, SPK, and Severed Heads, Front Line Assembly found its own sound and have been fearlessly pushing the boundaries of electro-industrial music for more than three decades, exploring all manner of styles since forming as a purely electronic outfit in the mid-80s.
Helmed by founder Bill Leeb with long-time cohort Rhys Fulber, the legendary Vancouver based act have just announced the release of a brand new album entitled ‘Mechanical Soul’ in January 2021. Including guest appearances from Jean-Luc De Meyer, of Front 242, and Dino Cazares, of Fear Factory, the band states that can be seen as the zenith of the duo’s artistic endeavors together.
The new album will be available via digital download, CD and double vinyl on 15/01/2021 via Metropolis Records and can be pre-ordered on the band’s Bandcamp site.