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Thursday, 24 November 2011

Napalm Death - Time Waits For No Slave [2009]

I'M FUCKING SEEING NAPALM DEATH TOMORROW!!! Sorry, just had to get that out of the way. Napalm Death are my favourite band, and despite a really weak middle era (from Utopia Banished to Words From The Exit Wound), they have really picked things up since the turn of the century. This album is one of their best since that - perhaps bested only by Order Of The Leech in that group. I think it would be best - every song is great - but it's a little long at over 50 minutes, which is tiring in a grindcore album. Still, long live Napalm Death, and look forward to their new one coming early next year.

~225 kbps VBR


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