This album will be drawn as if it were political lines in the sand, those on one side will love it for its message, and those on the other will hate it for the same reasons.
Formed in 1978, the English rock band has returned with their latest release “Pylon”.
It has always been surprising that a well-respected, and frankly brilliant band like Therapy? do not play more shows on their native emerald isle. By their own admission, it’s not that they don’t want to
At the end, all I can say (with the cynical words of Roger Waters) is that “I amused myself to death” with this album.
It’s safe to say that if you are familiar with any of FEAR FACTORY’S previous work (who isn’t hey?) then you pretty much know what to expect here. Industrial chugga-chugga guitar riffs that sync with the bass, near-mechanical & inhuman drumming, Industrial noises, heavy vocal verses, clean vocal choruses and songs about machines one day taking over the world…