Label: Roadrunner Records - 168 618 439-2 • Format: CD Album, Club Edition • Country: US • Genre: Rock • Style: Industrial, Death Metal
Concrete is an album by Fear Factoryreleased on July 30, It contains songs recorded in which were intended to be the band's first release, half of which were Piss Christ - Fear Factory - Concrete a year later and released on their debut album Soul of a New Machine.
Although released inConcrete was recorded in in Blackie Lawless 's studios. It was intended to be Fear Factory's first release, but the band wasn't happy with the record deal they were in, so they left their producerRoss Robinson.
When they were taken to court, Robinson won the rights to the album, and the band retained the rights to the songs. The opening guitar riff in "Echoes of Innocence" was used as a synthesized motif in "A Therapy for Pain", the final track on Demanufacture. The title also appears in that song as a lyric. Writing, performance and production credits are adapted from the album liner notes.
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