Napalm Death - Fear, Emptiness, Despair


8 | 130 votes |
Release date: 1994
Style: Grindcore

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01. Twist The Knife (Slowly)
02. Hung
03. Remain Nameless
04. Plague Rages
05. More Than Meets The Eye
06. Primed Time
07. State Of Mind
08. Armageddon X7
09. Retching On The Dirt
10. Fasting On Deception
11. Throwaway
12. Truth Drug [1996 re-release bonus]
13. Living In Denial [1996 re-release bonus]

Guest review by
deadone
Rating:
5.0
Whilst Napalm Death is best known for virtually inventing grindcore, by 1990 they were definitely in the death metal camp. By 1994 there was change in the air again with Fear, Emptiness, Despair. The only problem is the change seemed uninspired and most likely commercially motivated, resulting in an unsatisfactory album.

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16.05.2010 - 01:51
Uirapuru
Liver Failure
Oh man! As much as I love the previous Napalm Death albums, this one is simply too much special!

Twist the Knife is a beautiful Death metal act.. and imagine that I would discover this band through this song in the Mortal Kombat soundtrack... Thank god for my dorky tastes. o/

And well.. this is the beginning of their hardcore''ish'' path.
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