5 thoughts on “ Prison Without Walls - Napalm Death / Carcass - Napalm Death / Carcass (Cassette) ”

  1. The fathers of grindcore, Napalm Death pushed the envelope of metal to new extremes of ear-splitting intensity, rejecting all notions of melody, subtlety, and good taste to forge a brand of sonic assault almost frightening in its merciless brutality. Formed in , they trafficked in the usual heavy metal fare for the first few years of their existence, but by the middle of the decade they.
  2. Napalm Death's Scum and From Enslavement to Obliteration were the beginnings of grindcore as well as the end. Grindcore didn't really change or evolve that much since then. Whereas the death metal genre evolved heavily over time. I guess it's because the limitations of the genre itself that doesn't allow a band to change or evolve/5(78).
  3. The track "Suffer The Children" was taken from the album "Harmony Corruption". Recording information: Recorded and mixed between April-May, at Morrisound Recording, Tampa, Florida, United States.
  4. CD released to accompany DVD of same name. Recording information: Recorded live in London on April 12th, Identifiers: Barcode:
  5. This ep to me represents the Apex of Napalm Death because it's not only extremely frantic and off the wall, but the songwriting is great and there are hints of a very grimy death metal edge starting to take form here (no surprise considering Bill Steer's involvement in Carcass' Symphonies of Sickness which was released around the same time and has a very similar sound).

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