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