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  • Summary: Yes, they're still around, although it has been a long time since their Wax Trax! days. Now consisting of relative newcomer Chris Peterson and founding member Bill Leeb (who has since gone on to greater fame with his side project Delerium), FLA offers up 10 new industrial tracks.

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Everything Must Perish
Through the smoke I see the trees No one left for us to please A perfect world where no one dies Go to heaven with your lies Wasted and confused I... See the rest of the song lyrics
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  1. There's a definite demand for FLA's art, and on Epitaph, they're at the top of their game.
  2. Played quiet, Epitaph is like rain on the roof; when you’re rattling the casements with the monster bass, it’s like an air mattress.
  3. Alternative Press
    The album makes a vibrant statement. [Dec 2001, p.82]
  4. This is a strong release, reminiscent of Hard Wired or the best moments of Flavour of the Weak.
  5. If you've listened to any amount of industrial music at all, chances are that you've already heard about every variation of mid-tempo, snarling track, and unfortunately several of those make an appearence on this disc as well.