Over the years, Front Line Assembly has become heralded as one of the godfathers of industrial music. Their 1992 album, Tactical Neural Implant is still considered the best of the best in the genre. Although the band has seen many line-up changes, Bill Leeb remains the constant force behind FLA. On Improvised. Electronic. Device, FLA demonstrates that they have not lost their edge over the past three decades. And as if Front Line Assembly’s legacy and namesake alone weren’t enough for the album, Al Jourgensen from Ministry contributes his vocals to “Stupidity.”
Improvised. Electronic. Device. is released as a special edition double-LP in four different colour options. Each colour was specifically chosen to high-light the excellent Dave McKean cover art:
Option 1: solid-white vinyl
Option 2: Special edition [a] half-and-half blue/red vinyl
Option 3: Special edition [b] tri-colour black/white/gold vinyl
Option 4: black vinyl
IED on double-vinyl LP includes two bonus tracks, never before released in physical format: Day of Violence and Attack the Masses. As an added bonus, tracks from the Angriff EP, including remixes by Project Pitchfork, Skold, and mind.in.a.box appear on the vinyl.
Orders from Storming the Base also include a limited edition 7" with two more Angriff remixes. The entire package comes in an exquisite gatefold sleeve.
Includes digital download code for all tracks.