Front Line Assembly - Millenium
Roadrunner Records
Industrial Metal
10 songs (62'57)
Release year: 1994
Front Line Assembly, Roadrunner Records
Reviewed by Kris

Industrial Metal at its best!! This album had me hooked from the instant the guitars kick in on the very first track. The metal guitar textures are blended perfectly into the industrial groove - it reminds me of Ministry?s revolutionary sound, but with FLA?s genius. The fast-paced beats are non-stop; with barely a single second you can?t nod your head to - despite the mind-blowing simplicity. But remember, there is metal guitar too! The meld is seamless, and leaves what can only be described as evil techno metal - this is definitely FLA?s hardest album so far.

Right here I have to admit I?m a big fan of Industrial music, and FLA in particular, but don?t let that deter you! I would be hesitant to recommend most any other FLA album to a metal fan - but Millennium is truly an exception. I would certainly recommend ANY metal fan give it a try, but if you can appreciate a beat in any shape or form this album is an absolute must.

One last thing, if there are any gamers out there, this is the ultimate fast-paced LAN game music =)

Killing Songs :
Vigilante, Millennium, and Division Of Mind
Kris quoted 95 / 100
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