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Fear factory – Glasgow Review

Posted on February 12, 2008

Written and sent in by fan Chris Robb… “Before the bands even came on dimebag chants had started. Also RIP DBD was on the amps with a photo. With shadows fall having cancelled *wipes away tear. was really looking forward to seeing them again* end of everything were given the opening role *no idea who they were*. pretty mundane compared to mnemic and fear factory. Showed little stage presence and didnt seem to work up the crowd. Not much to say really. Mnemic on the other hand. Good god!! They rocked. Came on and automatically a pit opened up. A great set that really got everyone worked up. Ended with Ghost which is one of the songs i knew by them. They kicked ass and i hope they come back to scotland soon. Fear Factory knew they would have to play hard to better mnemic. They didnt dissapoint. Slave Labour opened. Woah. Then nothing you say matters chants and straight into cyberwaste :). that song is even better live.They started playin some older songs which i cant remember. The dimebag chants picked up and they dedicated Martyr to him 🙂 nice tribute if i do say so. They mentioned bite the hand that bleeds was there newest song to be released type thing and everyone sang along followed by my personal favourite Archetype. All in all Fear Factory came out all guns blazing and destroyed the venue. Everything you’d expect but hearing Raymonds drumming live adds another level to the already haunting level it has on cds. I was a bit dissapointed Shadows Fall cancelled but that didnt stop me from enjoying one kick ass gig :)” Chris Robb

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