Napalm Death - Apex Predator - Easy Meat

8 | 179 votes |
Release date: 26 January 2015
Style: Grindcore


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01. Apex Predator - Easy Meat
02. Smash A Single Digit
03. Metaphorically Screw You
04. How The Years Condemn
05. Stubborn Stains
06. Timeless Flogging
07. Dear Slum Landlord…
08. Cesspits
09. Bloodless Coup
10. Beyond The Pale
11. Stunt Your Growth
12. Hierarchies
13. Caste As Waste [Japanese bonus]
14. One-Eyed
15. What Is Past Is Prologue [limited edition bonus]
16. Oh So Pseudo [limited edition bonus]
17. Adversarial / Copulating Snakes
18. Clouds Of Cancer / Victims Of Ignorance [G-ANX cover] [limited edition bonus]
19. Critical Gluttonous Mass [LP bonus]
20. Paracide [Gepøpel cover] [Japanese bonus]

Mark "Barney" Greenway - vocals
Mitch Harris - guitars
Danny Herrera - drums
Shane Embury - bass

Guest Musicians
John Cooke - guitars

Staff review by
Call me a late bloomer of sorts to the grind kings in Napalm Death, as I first got into the band not through the classics such as Scum and From Enslavement To Obliteration, as most do, but through the much more recent Time Waits For No Slave. It was the Barney-fronted incarnation of the band that I first fell in love with, so I'm more than happy to say that they're once again delivering the goods with their 2015 effort.

published 16.01.2015 | Comments (15)

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12.12.2014 - 05:12
I can't fucking wait!
17.01.2015 - 10:22
Just about ten 10 are left and it will be possible to get this albim.. Just about ten days..)
18.01.2015 - 18:46
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Standard Napalm. Really good though, amazing deep sound and classic deathgrind behaviours from the last, I dunno, 4 albums. Unlike Utility Bill this gets going right off the bat, unlike that one which is a bit boring till the 3rd or 4th track. Dear Slum Landlord sounds almost like a slow Deathspell Omega track at points. Until someone else start sounding like them Napalm might as well carry on with this style, and keep on refining and tweaking ad infinitum.
21.01.2015 - 02:59
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Delicious and tasty Napalm Death strikes again. The slow songs really stand out compared to the faster ones this time.
29.01.2015 - 01:42
Rating: 8
One of their most vicious and varied releases. Another in a long line of strong albums. Enemy of the Music Business still holds top spot for me, though.
09.02.2015 - 20:23
Https:// Smash a single digit guitar cover!
27.03.2020 - 01:40
Revisited this excellent album, and can't believe it's already 5 years old. Felt like 2... Dislike when time flies.

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