Sunday, 15 July 2018

NAPALM DEATH


























"diatribes"
Year:    1995
Label:  Earache
Format:    CD
Tracks:    12
Time:    45 min.
Genre:    rock
Style:             Avantgarde  Metal










The 90s was a time of reckoning for a lot of classic 80s metal and punk bands. Usually said bands jumped onto a trend and lost any of their identity, stuck to their guns only to fall flat, or ended up producing a magnum opus. Napalm Death were odd in that they not only managed to jump onto a trend (avantgarde / experimental) but then actually made a true classic with "fear, emptiness, despair". This time the band repeated more or less the same idea, this mix of avantgarde, experimental and industrial, which can to remind bands as Ministry or Godflesh.
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"inside the torn apart"
Year:    1997
Label:    Earache
Format:    CD
Tracks:    12
Time:    40 min.
Genre:    rock
Style:            Avantgarde Metal











I like their experimental stuff from this period and these three albums. The vocals and music don't seem to quite gel, but kudos to them for trying. I also like the engineering - more space, more cosmic ambient, more bass, than the solid wall of white noise that is their Russell - engineered albums today. "Inside the torn part" mark the finish of those three albums  where Napalm Death abandoned their typical grindcore style to approach to music styles closer to avantgarde, experimental and industrial. Understood, underrated and almost forgot albums then, mid 90s, which with the pass of the years became in a really original Napalm Death albums (*Review by Greg Pratt )
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"words from the exit wound"
Year:    1998
Label:    Earache
Format:    CD
Tracks:    12
Time:    40 min.
Genre:    rock
Style:            Avantgarde Metal



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