The opening chords of the seething Resonance sets the tone of the album, and segues perfectly into the complex percussion of Leveled and the anthemic dance track Killing Grounds. Overall, Echogenetic shows Front Line Assembly is in top form, and continues to be a leading force in the electronic music scene.
A broken picture stares at you on the wall Fading memories on how you lost it all Now you know that you are all alone Your time has gone in this hopeless song.
All tracks written by Bill Leeb and Michael Balch, except where noted. Tracks 1, 3–5, 11–13 from Corrosion. Tracks 6, 9, 10 previously unreleased.
Overall, Echogenetic shows Front Line Assembly is in top form, and continues to be a leading force in the electronic music scene. A fantastic addition to the already extensive Front Line Assembly library. It's definitely the strongest of the clubstompers, and the one song on the album that uses its dubstep samples gratuitously but somehow manages to do something clever with them at the same time. The chorus is extremely catchy. So I like Echogenetic. It's an interesting diversion anyway, much like FotW was when it came out. It's difficult comparing it to its immediate predecessor, since Improvised Electronic Device sounded like Hard Wired II to me, and this is pretty far from that in terms of direction.
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