Scum is the debut studio album by English grindcore band Napalm Death. It was released on 1 July 1987 through Earache Records. Side A of Scum was originally recorded for £5. 0 at Rich Bitch studio (Birmingham, England) in August 1986. It was intended to form part of a split release with English crossover thrash band Atavistic on Manic Ears (Bristol, England). After an extensive line-up change, the second half of Scum was recorded in May 1987 at Rich Bitch studio
From Enslavement to Obliteration is the second studio album by grindcore band Napalm Death, released in 1988. It is the final studio album with vocalist Lee Dorrian and guitarist Bill Steer, and the first to feature bassist Shane Embury, the band's longest-tenured member. A remastered version was released on 2 April 2012. The album's lyrical themes cover a variety of social and political topics, including misogyny/sexism ("It's a .
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Divine Death 1:21 23. As The Machine Rolls On 0:41 24. Common Enemy 0:15 25. Moral Crusade 1:30 2. As a rallying call for what seemed like millions of bands to follow, not to mention the launching point for the varying careers of Justin Broadrick, Nick Bullen, Mitch Harris, Lee Dorrian, and Bill Steer, Scum deserves its reputation alone. But it's also fun to listen to - a strange word to use, but no doubt about it, the album has its own brand of rock & roll kicks taken to an almost ridiculous extreme. Split between the original lineup, with Broadrick and Bullen, and the next one, with.
Napalm Death Albums: Scum, From Enslavement to Obliteration, Harmony Corruption, Utopia Banished, Fear, Emptiness, Despair. Members: Mark "Barney" Greenway, Mitch Harris, Shane Embury, Danny Herrera.