|[FLA]vour of the Weak|
|Studio album by Front Line Assembly|
|Released||November 3, 1997|
|Recorded||1997Vancouver, B.C., Cryogenic Studio,|
|Producer||Bill Leeb, Chris Peterson|
|Front Line Assembly chronology|
[FLA]vour of the Weak is the name of an album by industrial music group Front Line Assembly, the first to feature Chris Peterson after Rhys Fulber's departure the previous year. It was originally released in November 1997 by Off Beat and distributed in the US by Metropolis Records.
The style is a departure from previous releases in the FLA catalog, more of a "fashion-techno" sound "in the spirit of the electro scene"  of the time: the group's beat-heavy signature began to take heavy cues from styles such as IDM and breakbeat.
The album features artwork by Dave McKean.