BRAND NEW ALBUM FROM INDUSTRIAL PIONEERS FRONT LINE ASSEMBLEY
Always expanding and reconstructing electronic and industrial music to its breaking point while keeping rhythm and melody intact, FRONT LINE ASSEMBLY are preparing to unleash the latest chapter in their lengthy history, with the release of IMPROVISED. ELECTRONIC. DEVICE. on June 28, 2010 on Dependent. "I.E.D. is definitely furthering the direction of the band and sound, creatively and artistically," explains founder and mastermind, Bill Leeb. "We're finding new ways to make sound."A hearty and robust album thick with a hybrid of electronics and processed guitars, I.E.D. takes their trademark sound and beefs it up with metallic guitars and stylized industrial beats. Kicking off with the adrenaline-infused title track, it's apparent that this is a new and improved FLA. "This is the first time in Front Line history that we did a track in a 5/4 signature," explains Bill. The inimitable Al Jourgensen (Ministry, Revolting Cocks) guests on the sonic industrial onslaught of "Stupidity," which Bill describes as, "inspired by the Ministry album The Last Sucker. Formed in 1986 when Bill left Skinny Puppy, FLA are still as vital and energetic as ever.