Essential album for the newcomer to grindcore. Top 5 of all time.
The band's playing is incredibly tight. Even bassist David Vincent, who ended up becoming a useless prick later on does a decent job here. For the most part he follows the guitar but has moments such as on the track Human Prey.
Oscar's delivery of angry harsh growls mesh perfectly with the music and he has no problem keeping up. The politically charged lyrics are incoherent for the most part, which is just fine.
Incredible and memorable bone crushing riffs throughout the album. The most iconic being Fear Of Napalm. The track opens with a groovy bass line, then the godly riff hits you in the face. Pete's drumming on the track is icing on the cake.
Pete Sandoval drums better here than on any shitty Morbid Angel record. His blasts are precise and sound excellent. His double bass rules and cymbal use is very good. Also it should be noted that the snare sounds DAMN good.
The production is nothing short of perfection. Done by the master himself, Scott Burns, the record has a dirtier raw sound but the instruments (with the exception of bass) are crystal clear.
1. Corporation Pull-In
2. Fear Of Napalm
3. Dead Shall Rise