Napalm Death
From Enslavement to Obliteration


4.5
superb

Review

by Ryan W. USER (25 Reviews)
February 7th, 2012 | 11 replies | 1,934 views


Release Date: 1988 | Tracklist

Review Summary: An extreme album that is both brutal and beautiful.

0 of 6 thought this review was well written

Napalm Death are a brutal band. There's no denying that. Look at their extreme grindcore songs. They are fast and the drumming is like, what you would call hyperspeed. And plus their toxic filled riffs are poisnoius and will leave infinite amounts of scars, just penetrating through your body.

From Enslavement to Obliteration is an album that scares the piss outta me. It's like walking through a grave and stepping across the bones, and with each time you feel like you've been mentally scared. Compared to Scum, this album's production has increased by a long shot, and it doesn't feel 100% muddy. And the drums and guitars are evenly distinguished, instead of thinking they sound similar.

Track 1,2,3,4,5, and 6 are the most brutal. Track 7 is insane and the drumming is intense. Track 8,9,10,11,12,13,14, and part of 15's the vocals are extremely scorched and sound like a bear is GROWLING. Like this, "RRRRRARRRRRR" lol not Zip. (no pun intended) But the other songs like 22 and 24 are okay but not like the last song. It's an instrumental version of the very 1st song.

In conclusion, this album will rape apart every body part in your body. There's no denying it. If any of you want a demented album that is not for the weak of heart, then FETO is YOUR album



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Killerhit
February 7th 2012



4494 Comments


KILL did this true

CaptainDooRight
February 7th 2012



26444 Comments


kill's rev is all you need, but pos because you not reviewing gay indie pop

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Killerhit
February 7th 2012



4494 Comments


One of those is actually kind of good.

Take your pick.

CaptainDooRight
February 7th 2012



26444 Comments


"indie pop is actually pretty good"


nuff said

Killerhit
February 7th 2012



4494 Comments


This review rips off sonictheplumber's older reviews

totally neg'd

MO
February 7th 2012



17364 Comments


"It's like walking through a grave and stepping across the bones, and with each time you feel like you've been mentally scared."

fucking lol

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Beachcoma
February 7th 2012



526 Comments


Tindersticks?????? Are you talking about those Chinese bread stick things?

insomniac15
Staff Reviewer
February 7th 2012



3160 Comments


Sputnik's full of bad brutal and aggressive music reviews lately. you people should make an army or something. review's like the others, bad. neg. haven't you people seen the Soundoff feature ? you just leave a paragraph or two or even more and it doesn't count as a review.

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Hyperion1001
Staff Reviewer
February 7th 2012



17343 Comments


this is nothing like the other extreme music reviews lately, also

this is actually a good review. he explains the tracks, and what not, and demenstrates some otomatopiea in the review. im pos'sing this.


hello this guy's other 13 y/o friend

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CaptainDooRight
February 7th 2012



26444 Comments


"jk, you're my bro mehn"

you too man, love you

Wizard
February 7th 2012



18784 Comments

Album Rating: 3.5

Good troll review.

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