Front Line Assembly is one of the very few industrial/ebm groups I like, along with Skinny Puppy and some Front 242. I think that this sound, which was supposed to be the most modern in its heyday, is completely outdated now, in contrast to noise, drone etc. Anyway, this album came a few years after their classic Millenium, in which they heavily sampled metal bands, and is not close to the industrial metal sound of that album. There are a few anthemic electronic tracks, especially the first three ones and "Don't Trust Anyone," but quite a few instrumental tracks have a slightly more ambient sound that would fit very well in game soundtracks or would be good for driving at night. 1999 cd on Metropolis.