It was re-released on July 30, 2007 through Polish label Metal Mind. The track "Monument" appeared in its original version on the 1993 album Phaze Two of Bill Leebs and Rhys Fulbers side project Intermix. The booklet of the 2007 re-release contains an outline of the band history. All tracks written by Bill Leeb and Rhys Fulber, except where noted
Millennium (Front Line Assembly album). The second disc of which contains all of the remixes and B-sides from the Millennium and Surface Patterns singles
Circuitry 2 by Front Line Assembly, released 24 March 2017 1. Destructive Transformation 2. Circuitry (Alien Mix) 3. Hydrogen (Previously Unreleased).
Cheers- Bobby Talamine.
At the same time preceding album Echogenetic was released Front Line Assembly announced plans to follow up with a remix album. The names of the first few remixers were revealed in July 2013. The two new songs on the release also caught the attention of critics.
Front Line Assembly - Columbian Necktie (Loose Lips mix) 7:36. Front Line Assembly - Oblivion (Was it Worth it Mix) 7:19. Front Line Assembly: Life (Suck it up Mix) 8:11. Front Line Assembly, Collide - Predator (final mix by Collide ) 6:41. Front Line Assembly - Comatose 8:11. Intelligent/Post EBM by creo318.
Front Line Assembly chronology. Cryogenic Studio, Vol. 2 (2000). Being a characteristic feature on previous recordings, on Epitaph Front Line Assembly did not use samples. This is the first time we quit using movie samples. said Bill Leeb to Belgian magazine Side-Line and cited the more important role of samples in contemporary music and its financial side: "Sampling is an artform which was criticised in the beginning, but now it's a respected artform with big money in it.