Napalm Death Archive

The Communion – A Desired Level of Unease

One of Prison Tatt Records very latest releases and a very unique addition to my collection, this LP lives up to its titles description as The Communion blend early true 90’s sludge Eyehategod/Acid Bath/Seven Foot Spleen/Noothgrush with the modern twist of Seven Sisters of Sleep and Integrity stirring up a stampede of shrieking anti-social/anti-PC lyrics [&hellip

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Radiation Sickness – Reflections of a Psychotic Past

You kids these days…let me tell ya! Not to give those impressionable, trend-hopping minds the opportunity to slap some kind of stupid-ass label on me for saying this, but at the age of thirty-five, I’ve reached the point where I’ve seen and heard enough clueless and even disrespectful behavior at the hands of the modern [&hellip

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Kata Sarka/Nak’ay split

In the disgustingly unending quest for all-that-is-technologically-superior in life, today’s general human population tends to steer away from the cassette tapes when it comes to music. “Tapes are a dead format.”, they’ll say. Often, the suggestion of downloading can be heard muttered in conversation or read in an internet post by some oblivious kid who [&hellip

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Late August – Not For Human Consumption

“If you’re going to do something, do it well…and leave something witchy.” – Charles Manson The first thermonuclear bomb test unleashed the same amount of deadly energy and devastation as approximately ten million tons of TNT. With that kind of force, it’s pretty much a given that someone’s ass is going to be handed to [&hellip

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Nails – Unsilent Death

Powerviolence: a raw and dissonant subgenre of hardcore punk, closely related to the raging fury known as grindcore. If you think throwing this band’s name into the Google search box is going to gain you much insight at all on the background of Nails or what makes this band tick, then you are gravely mistaken. [&hellip

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Phobia – Unrelenting

It was the year 1990. Orange County, California was about to become the site of a scathing revolution geared at the annihilation of mainstream society’s mindset. It was an explosion fueled by the ideals of hardcore and the abrasive, crusty hostility of grindcore pioneers. The message: one of a rage based on socio political revolt. [&hellip

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Clinging To The Trees Of A Forest Fire – Songs Of Ill Hope And Desperation

Clocking in at maybe a little over 30 minutes, the brand new full-length offering from Denver, Colorado’s sludge-infused grind quartet known simply as Clinging To The Trees Of A Forest Fire is just as extreme in style and sound as the band’s name is in length. Songs of Ill Hope and Desperation (Prosthetic) rarely stops [&hellip

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