Tag: Napalm Death

Napalm Death – The 90s Essentials Interview

[Welcome to the seventh installment of the our 90s Essentials interview series. This week, we speak with Napalm Death‘s Mitch Harris about their 1990 turning point, Harmony Corruption.] MR: Hello and a thank you so much

90s Essentials – Volume Seven

We’re seven weeks into this, and by now, you know the drill. Here are ten more albums that every metalhead worth his or her Slayer shirt should know and know well. For this seventh entry

Last Rites’ Best Of 2009 – Combined Staff List

2009 will go down as one of the busiest years in heavy metal history. An incredible number of must-hear albums were released, making this one of the most hotly-contested compilations in recent memory. Painstakingly selected by the

00s Essentials – Volume One

Truthfully, the title says it all, but it never hurts to reiterate. After much deliberation, Metal Review proudly presents The 100 Most Essential Heavy Metal Albums of the 00s. The idea for this compilation emerged many

Napalm Death – Time Waits For No Slave Review

It’s neither a secret nor an uncommon opinion that Napalm Death has been on the upswing in the new millennium, starting with the blistering Enemy Of The Music Business back in 2001 and not really

Napalm Death – Smear Campaign Review

Originally written by Erik Thomas. Synopsis: It’s Napalm Death, what are you expecting here? Review: I really enjoyed The Code is Red, Long Live the Code, but for whatever reason, Smear Campaign, despite all its classic blasting, screaming, ranting,

Napalm Death – The Code Is Red…Long Live The Code Review

After 20+ years in the business, the name Napalm Death has become synonymous with the terms “death metal” and “grindcore”. And why not? They helped pioneer both styles and have been doing it longer than

Napalm Death – Leaders Not Followers: Part 2 Review

Originally written by Drew Ailes Kicking off with a Cryptic Slaughter cover, how can an album possibly go wrong? It can’t. Napalm Death, a band that could be paid tribute to themselves, cover a variety of classic punk,