Frontline Assembly – Millenium (2CD in Digipak)


Millennium is the seventh full-length studio album by industrial band Front Line Assembly, released in 1994 by Roadrunner Records on both Compact Disc and LP formats. The album marks the first major use of metal guitars, shifting in musical direction from their typical electro-industrial sound. The riffs were obtained from samples and the musicianship of the then unknown Devin Townsend of Strapping Young Lad, who would also contribute and perform on the next album. Shifting from the electronic music dominated style of Front Line Assembly’s former works, Millennium makes heavy use of metal guitars. “[W]e just wanted to like do a different kind of record and just basically broadened our sound and our appeal”, Bill Leeb said in an interview with Chaos Control about the change in sound, adding, “we also wanted to challenge the fans that we have, the listeners, because I’ve always been a die-hard purist in electronic music. I mean, if I could change I thought anybody else could, too.” Some of the guitar sounds are used as looped samples, some are played live in the studio. A further addition to Front Line Assembly’s sound on Millennium is rap on “Victim of a Criminal”. The only typical electro-industrial track on the album is “This Faith”, which is devoid of metal guitars.

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