Front Line Assembly joined by Ministry in studioPosted on 19/03/10
Fresh Front Line Assembly news. The band's newest album "Improvised Electronic Device" will be out on Metropolis later this spring, preceded by the single "Shifting Through the Lens". Ministry's Al Jourgensen has collaborated with Front Line Assembly on the track "Stupidity" providing lyrics and vocals. Al Jourgensen also arranged and mixed the track in his studio. The song itself is dedicated to the memory of the late WaxTrax! CEO:s Jim Nash and Dannie Flesher.
In related news, Canadian electronic musician and producer Rhys Fulber and former Front Line Assembly member has announced his third album "Exilarch" under the Conjure One moniker. The album is due out in the summer of 2010 preceded by the single "I Dream in Colour", out in May.
Posted by B. Van Isacker
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