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Human Garbage - Napalm Death - Scum (Cassette, Album)

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  1. With their bilious debut, UK sonic reducers Napalm Death set about rudely destroying the concept of metal. Drawing on elements of death metal and punk, Scum is a maelstrom of breakneck blast beats, guttural screams, and abrasive riffs intent on causing real damage. “Control” and “Sacrificed” sound like speakers splitting, while “You Suffer” is officially the shortest punk song ever.
  2. Human Garbage Lyrics: Paid to obey / Forced to be silent / Human garbage / To be destroyed / Submit to darkness / Forced to conform / Human garbage / To be destroyed / Your mind is dead / Your.
  3. Recording information: Tracks recorded and mixed at Rich Bitch 8-track, Birmingham, UK 8/ Produced by Napalm Death, Unseen Terror and Head of David.
  4. Label: Earache - MOSH 3MC • Format: Cassette Album Magenta sleeve • Country: UK • Genre: Rock • Style: Grindcore, Death Metal Napalm Death - Scum (, Magenta sleeve, Cassette) | Discogs /5(6).
  5. supported by 51 fans who also own “Scum (Full Dynamic Range Edition)” Featuring one of the best production jobs in all of grind and death metal, World Downfall is one of the very best metal albums (of any genre) of the s, and it holds up very well even by ’s standards.
  6. What we have here is the ultimate Napalm Death (which from now on shall be called ND) album in the classic pre-Barney line-up. For a lot of metal fanatics their previous album Scum. Although groundbreaker, still had too much ‘punk’ in it. But on F.E.T.O. it’s old school grindcore all the way/5(62).
  7. Scum Lyrics: In your mind / Nothing but fear / You can't face life / Or believe death's near / A vision of life / On television screens / An existence created / From empty dreams / Hide behind.
  8. 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).