Front Line Assembly


I had the chance to see a good industrial show this weekend as Front Line Assembly headlined at El Corazon.  There were quite a few good industrial bands who performed before them, so it was a good evening.  Of course I hadn’t heard of any of them before the show.  And with that I have to admit that I have done a lousy job of keeping up with newer industrial bands since the 90s, so that’s not so surprising.  I do however often listen to a great industrial radio show on Sunday evenings put on by our local dance station, C89.5, since that is about the only opportunity I have to hear industrial music beyond my own collection.  I had also never seen FLA live, so that was exciting as well.  Sadly the pictures did not turn out very good, so I have nothing to share in that regard.  And for those who are into this type of music, you will be happy to know that the overall fashion of this genre has not changed, so if you still have your doc martens and all your black clothing with zippers and chains from back in the day, you will fit right in still.

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