Are we man or are we machine? A little of both, perhaps? While Fear Factory envision that there may be some gears inside of us, it's evident from their "Dielectric" video that a human side is what powers us all.

The band's brand new clip was directed by Ramon Boutviseth, and initially starts off with viewers being taken through what appears to be a very Matrix-like elevator shaft, but as we get deeper into the nuts and bolts, we find the members of Fear Factory powering the whole thing. Eventually a bigger reveal comes in the vessel they're electrifying. Check out the visually stunning clip above.

"Dielectric" follows on the heels of the band's recently released tracks "Protomech" and "Soul Hacker." All three songs are featured on Fear Factory's new album, Genexus, which arrives in stores today and can be ordered in various packages at this location. Fans can stream the 10-track album in full in the player provided at the bottom of this post.

The Genexus album was produced by vocalist Burton C. Bell and guitarist Dino Cazares, with co-production help by longtime collaborator Rhys Fulber. Though former Static-X and Soulfly bassist Tony Campos recently joined the band, Cazares handled bass parts on the album. Drums on the album were handled by Mike Heller.

Look for the band on tour promoting their new album, joining Coal Chamber, Jasta, Devil You Know, Saint Ridley and Madlife for dates in August, followed by a August and September headlining run with support from Once Human, Before the Mourning and The Bloodline. Tour dates, ticketing and VIP packages can be found at this location.

Fear Factory, Genexus Album Stream