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eternium
July 18th 2010


16338 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

Glad that I inspired you.

FadeToBlack
August 10th 2010


10930 Comments


so good

Defeater
January 8th 2011


5782 Comments


I was told by someone at the record store today that this was essential. I'll be checking it out asap.

eternium
January 8th 2011


16338 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

One of the most important grind albums yo.

KILL
February 5th 2011


71856 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

grinding so hard to this

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Goatlord
July 27th 2011


405 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

This album owns bones.

Shotmaker
April 16th 2012


19 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

This is simply amazing... I'm in the middle of an intense grind/deathgrind phase, I basically listened to every significant grind band that I could find, so honestly I thought I reached the point of scraping the bottom barrel when I played this album. Boy was I wrong! This is incredible, and most likely a very influential deathgrind album. I liked Need to Control, but this is even better.

I have a question though: I heard the remastered version of this, and certain drum parts produce a brief, "thin", high-pitched sound, kinda like the (annoying) sound of a plastic pen tapping on a table... I especially hear this when listening to certain albums with earphones (I know the original version of Lagwagon's Trashed has similar issues on a few songs). The "tapping pen" sound is always simultaneously accompanied by a lower, "fuller", more typical drum-pounding sound. Can anyone explain this?

DeathByAstonishment
May 29th 2012


269 Comments


Lord of This World, featured as a bonus track on the '95 re-issue has a bong rip audio sample. Made me lol

TheCourage
June 17th 2012


28 Comments

Album Rating: 2.0

This is one of those bands that are respected only because the some young metalhead was lectured by some balding asshole in a leather jacket with giant eye glasses outside of a shitty venue somewhere on how brutal truth was so important to its genre. When really, all you have to do is listen to how boring and uninteresting this album really is.

Oh wow! He brought his "power tools" to the studio to throw it into the mix. How unique.

Shuyin
June 17th 2012


11708 Comments


i happened to find this album in a record store and gave it a listen without having someone elses opinion and i liked it, so that was all a big pile of bullfuck, js.

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TheCourage
June 17th 2012


28 Comments

Album Rating: 2.0

do you think he used his power tools on the record because he knew he would be a construction worker soon after the album was released?

DeathByAstonishment
August 11th 2012


269 Comments


Courage has a point.. and yea this album gets boring. I can respect what it did for the genre but again, some music is made to become outdated.

MO
October 5th 2012


18776 Comments


ugh this albums fucking amazing

KILL
October 5th 2012


71856 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

rule

MO
October 5th 2012


18776 Comments


those blasts are fucking deadly

KILL
October 5th 2012


71856 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

ya dude they gr1nd to the c0r3

foxblood
November 25th 2012


6797 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

sput doesn't know how to grind

Shuyin
November 25th 2012


11708 Comments


yea

Wizard
November 25th 2012


19444 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

sput doesn't know how to grind

Oh they do, you're just not looking in the right places.

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Funeralopolis
April 25th 2013


11419 Comments


rocks

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