Tuesday, 9 October 2012

Love And Death - Chemicals (EP)

Chemicals is an extended play by the band Love and Death and was released on the 24th of April 2012.


The band's debut single, "Chemicals", was released in early April, while their debut EP of the same name released on April 24, 2012. Welch revealed that they would be releasing a cover of the song "Whip It" by Devo and a remix of "Paralyzed" by Har Meggido. The music video for "Chemicals" premiered May 7, 2012 on.


All music composed by Brian "Head" Welch and Love and Death (except where noted).
No. Title Music Length
1. "Paralyzed"   Welch, Jasen Rauch 3:43
2. "Whip It" (Devo Cover) Casele, Mothersbaugh 3:07
3. "Chemicals"   Welch, Rauch, Mark Holman, Michael Valentine 3:56
4. "Paralyzed (Har Megiddo Remix)"   Welch, Rauch 3:37
5. "Chemicals (Har Megiddo Remix)"   Welch, Rauch, Holman, Valentine 4:35

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Muse - The 2nd Law Full Album Download

The 2nd Law is the sixth studio album by English alternative rock band Muse, which was released throughout most of the world on 28 September 2012, and in North America on 2 October 2012.
"We are defined by the fact that we can't be defined by anybody," says Matt Bellamy, the singer-guitarist-pianist of Muse, as he runs down the range and nerve of the British trio's new album, The 2nd Law, out in October. "There are electro-pop sounds and songs that are obviously classic rock," Bellamy notes, referring to the machine-funk nightmares "Madness" and "Panic Station" and, in the latter category, "Big Freeze" and his lead-guitar blowup in "Animals."
"Then there are the orchestral things," he adds over lunch in New York: the strings-choir-and-metal "Survival," already a hit as an official Olympic theme song, and the symphonic chaos of the two-part title suite. The 2nd Law would sound like "three different bands," Bellamy contends, "if it wasn't for my voice."
Bellamy, bassist Chris Wolstenholme and drummer Dominic Howard recorded most of the follow-up to their 2009 U.S. breakthrough, The Resistance, in London last year, then did overdubs in L.A. with David Campbell, whose arranging and conducting credits include albums by Metallica and his son Beck. "He understood that film-music thing we were looking for," Bellamy says. "And he found a lot of amazing people," including a trumpeter who played on Stevie Wonder's "Superstition."
But it was in London, as Muse started work on The 2nd Law last summer, where Bellamy found his title and main theme. He was watching a panel of economists on the BBC when someone on the show referred to the second law of thermo­dynamics. "He said, 'The laws of physics say that an economy based on endless growth is unsustainable,'" Bellamy says. "Everyone is obsessed with constant, unchecked growth, and no one is pointing out that we might be maxing out.
"'Survival' tunes into the insanity of that," Bellamy adds. Another song, the piano-based ballad "Explorers," "looks at the other side of the coin, this adventurous spirit we've created that is now in question, because the planet is saying, 'I'm only so big and have this much.'"
There are breaks in the apocalypse. "Follow Me" is a dreamy plea with an unusual pulse: the in-utero heartbeat of Bellamy's son with fiancee Kate Hudson, recorded on an iPhone, the father says, "just before she pushed him out." And "Save Me," one of two songs written and sung by Wolstenholme, suggests the Beach Boys circa Pet Sounds. "It's a new sound for us," Bellamy says with a smile. "It makes for a nice change."

Track List
01. Supremacy
02. Madness
03. Panic Station
04. Prelude
05. Survival
06. Follow Me
07. Animals
08. Explorers
09. Big Freeze
10. Save Me
11. Liquid State
12. The 2nd Law: Unsustainable
13. The 2nd Law: Isolated System

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Saturday, 6 October 2012

ill Nino Discography Album

Ill Niño is an American six-piece heavy metal band from New Jersey founded in 1998. The band has sold over 3.3 million units worldwide; they have released 5 studio albums and 10 music videos.


Ill Niño was founded in 1998 by drummer Dave Chavarri and released a 4 song demo that year with Jorge Rosado (formerly of Merauder) on vocals and Cristian Machado playing bass. The next year, they parted ways with Rosado, and started looking for a new vocalist, but ultimately decided that the best decision was for Machado to step up to vocals. El Niño then changed their name to Ill Niño, released an EP in 2000, and signed with Roadrunner Records shortly thereafter.

Ill Niño released their debut album, Revolution Revolución, on September 18, 2001. In support of the album's release, the band was part of the Ozzfest and Jägermeister tours in 2002. The album's single, "What Comes Around," received significant airplay on MTV2 and on the Active Rock charts. In early 2003, right before Ill Niño was set to record the follow-up to Revolution Revolución, Ill Niño parted ways with guitarist Marc Rizzo and percussionist Roger Vasquez. Rizzo stayed aboard long enough to record some of the guitars for the new album, and then the band hired percussionist Danny Couto to replace Roger Vasquez. Shortly before the release of Confession, the band also hired Ahrue Luster, formerly of Machine Head, to fill the vacant guitar spot.
In 2002, the band's vocalist Cristian Machado performed on Soulfly's song 'One', off the band's third album , sharing lead vocal duties with Max Cavalera.

Confession, was released on September 30, 2003. The album debuted at No. 37 on the Billboard 200 charts. The lead single, "How Can I Live," featured on the Freddy vs. Jason soundtrack, and was subsequently their first single to break into the Billboard charts, peaking at No. 26 on the mainstream rock charts. The album had sold more than 110,000 copies in the US within its first five months of release.
The band's third effort, One Nation Underground, was released on September 27, 2005. The album debuted at No. 101 on the Billboard 200 charts, and struggled to sell as well as its predecessor Confession. The band announced they had parted ways with Roadrunner Records on July 15, 2006.
Nine days later, it was announced that Ill Niño had signed new deal with the recently formed Cement Shoes Records. Drummer Dave Chavarri stated that their split from Roadrunner was "amicable" but felt that they weren't getting the proper attention and support from Roadrunner they had received on their past two releases. Somewhere in this time period, for reasons unknown, the band parted ways with guitarist Jardel Paisante, and replaced him with Diego Verduzco.

Roadrunner Records released The Best of Ill Niño on September 29, 2006. The album features 13 tracks from their three Roadrunner releases. However, it was only issued in the US.
As a lead-up to their Cement Shoes debut, the band released the five-track EP The Under Cover Sessions on November 7, 2006. Three cover versions were recorded, which included Faith No More's "Zombie Eaters," Nirvana's "Territorial Pissings," and Peter Gabriel's "Red Rain." Two new tracks, "Arrastra" and "Reservation for Two," were also included. 1,300 copies were sold in its first week of release.[5]
The band's fourth full-length album, Enigma, was due for release on October 9, 2007, but was pushed back several times, eventually being released on March 11, 2008.
Ill Niño toured Europe and the Americas in support of Enigma and in January 2009 parted ways with Cement Shoes Records. During the band's downtime, several members have established production companies to support younger artists. Dave Chavarri oversees his management company, CIA Management, while producing records for signed bands Exilia, and May The Silence Fail.
Cristian Machado and Laz Pina have worked with numerous artists/bands including ARTWORK, Iratetion, K-9 Militia, Davola, and Convictos in their New Jersey production studio, Sound Wars Studios. Ahrue Luster produces artists with his Colorado-based production company, Illustrious Productions. Meanwhile, Guitarist Diego Verduzco opened his own tattoo shop in California called Artifact Tattoo.
In March 2010, the band announced that they had inked a deal with Victory Records, would be in the studio in April, and that the album would be produced by Dave Chavarri, Cristian Machado, Laz Pina, and Ahrue Luster. Co-Production would come from Sahaj Ticotin (RA) and Clint Lowery of Sevendust. On June 2, 2010, Ill Niño released a brand new track, "Scarred (My Prison)", from their Dead New World album.[7]
Dead New World was released on October 25, 2010. The band toured Australia in February and March, 2011 as part of the Soundwave Festival.

In February 2012 Ill Niño announced that they are preparing to enter the studio to begin laying down its sixth full-length album for a summer release via Victory Records. The recording sessions will begin next month in Hoboken, New Jersey; Austin, Texas; and Denver, Colorado.
Ill Niño frontman Cristian Machado commented: "It's 2012 and we're all still alive. It's time to redefine Latin metal."
Ill Niño drummer/founder Dave Chavarri added: "This time around, we want to explore Latin and tribal rhythms we have never explored in the past five releases, giving us no musical boundaries at all."
Ill Nino's 6th full-length studio album, "Epidemia", is slated for an October 22nd release on Victory Records. Upon unveiling the album artwork, a YouTube clip was posted, previewing a new song, titled "The Depression" off the new CD.

Band Personnel

Current Members

Former Members

Guest Members

  • DJ Pookie – keyboards/turntables/electronics on self-titled EP
  • Omar Clavijo – keyboards/turntables/electronics (For all studio recordings after self-titled)
  • Max Illidge – vocals on "Have You Ever Felt?"
  • Chino Moreno - vocals on "Zombie Eaters" (Faith no More cover)
  • Mikey Doling – guitar on "Two (Vaya Con Dios)"
  • Jamey Jasta – vocals on "Turns to Gray"
 Discography Album

Ill Nino - Revolution-Revolución (2001)
Ill Nino - Confession (2003)
Ill Nino - One Nation Undergroun (2005)
Ill Nino - The Best Of Ill Nino (2006)
Ill Nino - The Undercover Sessions (EP-2006)
Ill Nino - Enigma (2008)

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Coldplay Discography Album

The discography of British rock band Coldplay consists of five studio albums, two live albums, five compilation albums, two video albums, ten extended plays, twenty-nine singles, fourteen promotional singles and twenty-nine music videos. The band have sold over 55 million records, which makes them one of the best-selling music artists of all-time. Coldplay released their debut studio album Parachutes in July 2000. It was a commercial success, peaking at number one in the United Kingdom (UK) and performing well internationally. The album was certified seven times platinum by the British Phonographic Industry (BPI) and has sold over 7.5 million copies worldwide. Parachutes spawned four singles; "Yellow" and "Trouble" became top ten hits in the UK, while "Shiver" and "Don't Panic" were moderately successful.The band's second studio album, A Rush of Blood to the Head, was released in August 2002. The album experienced exceptionally strong sales in comparison to its predecessor, topping the charts in the UK and in multiple other countries, including Australia and Canada. Its lead single, "In My Place", peaked at number two in the UK and charted highly in several other countries. "The Scientist" and "Clocks", the album's next two singles, became top ten hits in the UK; the latter single peaked at number 29 on the United States Billboard Hot 100, giving the band their first top 40 hit on the chart.

Coldplay's third studio album, X&Y, was released in June 2005. Topping the charts in numerous countries, including the UK and the US, the album was a commercial success. X&Y went on to become the best selling album of 2005, selling over 8.3 million copies by the end of the year. Six singles were released from X&Y. The album's lead single "Speed of Sound" peaked at number two in the UK and became an international top ten hit.Three of its subsequent singles, "Fix You", "Talk" and "The Hardest Part", were also commercially successful. Viva la Vida or Death and All His Friends, the band's fourth studio album, was released in June 2008. It topped the charts in over thirty-six countries and became the best selling album of 2008. "Viva la Vida", the album's second single, became an international hit and topped the charts in countries such as the UK, the Netherlands and the US. Mylo Xyloto was released as the band's fifth studio album in October 2011. It followed in the success of its predecessors, becoming a worldwide chart-topper. The album's first two singles, "Every Teardrop Is a Waterfall" and "Paradise", charted highly in several countries, the latter becoming the band's second number-one single in the United Kingdom. The album spawned an additional three singles, all of which were moderately successful: "Charlie Brown", "Princess of China" and "Hurts Like Heaven".

Coldplay discography highlights:

  • Coldplay was formed in London, England in 1997 although, the band was called Starfish back then. Before they signed the major recording deal with Parlophone, the band recorded "Safety EP" and "Brothers And Sisters EP" under an independent label Fierce Panda. Parachutes was released in July 2000 and it debuted at number on on the UK charts. Album's singles also got a lot of radio air in the UK and also in America.
  • In October 2002 Coldplay returned to the studio with the producer Ken Nelson, who had been producing the group's debut album as well. The album "A Rush of Blood to the Head" came to the record stores in August. The singles "Clocks" and "In My Place" won both Grammy awards.
  • Coldplay's first live-album was released after they had returned from the world-tour and was called simply "Live 2003". The release included a CD and DVD containing the highlights of the tour. In December 2003, Coldplay was chosen the best artist and the best band of the year by the readers of Rolling Stone.
  • Coldplay's widely anticipated third album "X & Y" was released in June 2005 and it became a huge success selling over 8 million copies worldwide. It is also the third-fastest selling album in the UK chart history. The first single of the album was "Speed of Sound" and it was followed by the singles "Fix You" and "Talk". After the release of the album, Coldplay began another world-tour that lasted over a year. They also played in Live 8 concert in Hyde Park. "X & Y" were chosen the best album in the BRIT Awards.

Full albums (7)

Coldplay - M Mylo Xyloto (2011)
Album type: Studio album
Coldplay - L LeftRightLeftRightLeft (2009)
Album type: Live album

Coldplay - V Viva la Vida or Death and All His Friends (2008)
Album type: Studio album
Coldplay - X X & Y (2005)
Album type: Studio album
Coldplay - L Live 2003 (2003)
Album type: Live album

Coldplay - A A Rush of Blood to the Head (2002)
Album type: Studio album

Coldplay - P Parachutes (2000)
Album type: Studio album

Band interests
The people:

- Jonny Buckland
The wise one who plays guitar

- Will Champion
The frightening one who plays drums

- Guy Berryman
The very handsome one who plays bass

- Chris Martin
The other one, who sings

And don't forget

- Phil Harvey
The wise, handsome, frightening one who tells us what to do

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Cannibal Corpse Discography Album

Butchered at Birth (1991)
Butchered at Birth is the second studio album by American death metal band Cannibal Corpse. It was released in 1991 through Metal Blade Records. The album was banned in Germany, due to the violent artwork. The first pressings of the compact disc were wrapped in white butcher paper stamped with the band logo and album title in red ink. Butchered at Birth's cover also drew a complaint from the Ontario Provincial Police in Canada, which led to record stores being told not to sell the album to persons under 18

 Track List
1. "Meat Hook Sodomy"    5:46
2. "Gutted"                    3:15
3. "Living Dissection"    4:00
4. "Under the Rotted Flesh"    5:04
5. "Covered with Sores"    3:17
6. "Vomit the Soul"            4:30
7. "Butchered at Birth"    2:45
8. "Rancid Amputation"    3:16
9. "Innards Decay"            4:38

Tomb of the Mutilated (1992)
Tomb of The Mutilated is the third studio album by American death metal band Cannibal Corpse. It was released in 1992 through Metal Blade Records and is the last album featuring founding guitarist Bob Rusay. The album was banned in Germany until June 2006, due to the extreme nature of the lyrics.

Because the liner notes on Tomb of the Mutilated feature quotations from American serial killer Albert Fish, Fish is often incorrectly credited with being the voice at the beginning of "Addicted to Vaginal Skin". However, the taped confession heard at the beginning of the song most likely belongs to the "Genesee River Killer" Arthur Shawcross.[1]

The song "Hammer Smashed Face" was featured during the band's cameo appearance in Ace Ventura: Pet Detective. The song "I Cum Blood" is also featured in the video game Grand Theft Auto IV: The Lost and Damned on the Liberty City Hardcore station. 
o. Title                  Length
1. "Hammer Smashed Face"    4:04
2. "I Cum Blood"            3:41
3. "Addicted to Vaginal Skin"   3:31
4. "Split Wide Open"            3:02
5. "Necropedophile"            4:05
6. "The Cryptic Stench"    3:57
7. "Entrails Ripped from a Virgin's Cunt"    4:15
8. "Post Mortal Ejaculation"    3:37
9. "Beyond the Cemetery"    4:53

The Bleeding (1994)
The Bleeding is the fourth studio album by American death metal band Cannibal Corpse, released in 1994 through Metal Blade Records. It is the last album featuring singer and founding member Chris Barnes and is the first album featuring guitarist Rob Barrett. According to Soundscan numbers, The Bleeding is the fifth top-selling death metal LP in the United States, amassing over 98,300 copies sold. The Bleeding is also Cannibal Corpse's most successful album to date, and their first entry on the Billboard charts.[1][2][3]

A video was made for the song "Staring Through the Eyes of the Dead." A re-master of this album is available and features new cover art, a bonus track (The Exorcist, a Possessed cover) and the music video of "Staring Through the Eyes of the Dead."

This album signified a few changes for Cannibal Corpse, primarily the change in speed. The reason for this was because Barnes had decided he wanted to pursue a different musical angle. For this album, he chose a more "groove" style similar to what he was doing in Six Feet Under over Cannibal Corpse's previous material which focused more on blast beats and speed. Vocally on "The Bleeding" Chris had also decided to go for a more "decipherable" approach instead of his previously inhuman grunting he had executed on previous Cannibal Corpse albums.[4] The album is also notable for a much more technical approach for the guitar work. 

Track List :
1. "Staring Through the Eyes of the Dead" (Chris Barnes, Scott Burns, Jack Owen, Alex Webster)  3:30
2. "Fucked with a Knife" (Barnes, Burns, Webster)  2:15
3. "Stripped, Raped and Strangled" (Barnes, Rob Barrett, Burns, Owen, Webster)  3:27
4. "Pulverized" (Barnes, Burns, Owen, Webster)  3:35
5. "Return to Flesh" (Barnes, Burns, Owen, Webster)  4:21
6. "The Pick-Axe Murders" (Barnes, Burns, Webster)  3:03
7. "She Was Asking for It" (Barnes, Barrett, Burns, Owen, Webster)  4:33
8. "The Bleeding" (Barnes, Burns, Owen)  4:20
9. "Force Fed Broken Glass" (Barnes, Barrett, Burns, Owen, Webster)  5:02
10."An Experiment in Homicide" (Barnes, Barrett, Burns, Owen, Webster)  2:36

Vile (1996)

Vile is the fifth studio album by American death metal band Cannibal Corpse. It was released in 1996 through Metal Blade Records. It was originally titled Created to Kill (which is featured in the Cannibal Corpse Box set) and was recorded with founding vocalist Chris Barnes. Before the album was released, Barnes was kicked out of the band, which then brought in Monstrosity vocalist George "Corpsegrinder" Fisher to finish the album's vocal work. Fisher re-recorded all of the vocal tracks and the band released the album under the new title Vile. Vile also marks the last album featuring guitarist Rob Barrett until Kill, and features a brand new band logo, because the previous logo was owned and trademarked by the departing Chris Barnes.[citation needed]

During the Vile sessions, "The Undead Will Feast" from Eaten Back to Life was re-recorded with Fisher on vocals. This version of the song would appear on the Worm Infested EP in 2003.

The album was re-released in 2006 with new liner notes and a bonus DVD (entitled "Vile Live") featuring a full concert from the Vile tour, during which many songs from the album are performed.

Vile was the first death metal album to appear on the Billboard 200 chart, debuting at No.151.[citation needed]

Vile was also the last Corpse album to feature Scott Burns as the producer. 

Track List
1. "Devoured by Vermin" (Rob Barrett, Alex Webster) – 3:13
2. "Mummified in Barbed Wire" (Webster) – 3:09
3. "Perverse Suffering" (Paul Mazurkiewicz, Jack Owen) – 4:14
4. "Disfigured" (George Fisher, Webster) – 3:48
5. "Bloodlands" (Webster) – 4:20
6. "Puncture Wound Massacre" (Fisher, Mazurkiewicz, Webster) – 1:41
7. "Relentless Beating" (Webster) – 2:14
8. "Absolute Hatred" (Barrett) – 3:05
9. "Eaten from Inside" (Owen) – 3:43
10. "Orgasm Through Torture" (Mazurkiewicz, Webster) – 3:41
11. "Monolith" (Mazurkiewicz, Webster) – 4:24

 Gallery of Suicide (1998)
Gallery of Suicide is the sixth studio album by American death metal band Cannibal Corpse. It was released in 1998 through Metal Blade Records. The album is the second to include George Fisher on vocal duties, and the first album to feature Pat O'Brien on guitars.  

Track List :

1. "I Will Kill You" (Alex Webster) – 2:47
2. "Disposal of the Body" (Webster) – 1:54
3. "Sentenced to Burn" (George Fisher, Webster) – 3:06
4. "Blood Drenched Execution" (Fisher, Paul Mazurkiewicz, Pat O'Brien, Webster) – 2:40
5. "Gallery of Suicide" (Fisher, Mazurkiewicz, Jack Owen, Webster) – 3:55
6. "Dismembered And Molested" (Fisher, Owen, Webster) – 1:53
7. "From Skin to Liquid" (O'Brien, Webster) – 5:30
8. "Unite the Dead" (Owen, Webster) – 3:05
9. "Stabbed in the Throat" (Mazurkiewicz, O'Brien) – 3:26
10. "Chambers of Blood" (Webster) – 4:11
11. "Headless" (Fisher, Mazurkiewicz, Webster) – 2:22
12. "Every Bone Broken" (Mazurkiewicz, Owen) – 3:18
13. "Centuries of Torment" (Fisher, Webster) – 4:04
14. "Crushing the Despised" (Fisher, Owen, Webster) – 1:56

Bloodthirst (1999)
Bloodthirst is the seventh studio album by American death metal band Cannibal Corpse, and the third to feature George 'Corpsegrinder' Fisher as vocalist. It was released in 1999 through Metal Blade Records.  

 1. "Pounded into Dust" (Alex Webster) – 2:17
 2. "Dead Human Collection" (Paul Mazurkiewicz, Pat O'Brien) – 2:30
 3. "Unleashing the Bloodthirsty" (Webster) – 3:50
 4. "The Spine Splitter" (Mazurkiewicz, Jack Owen) – 3:10
 5. "Ecstacy in Decay" (Mazurkiewicz, O'Brien) – 3:12
 6. "Raped by the Beast" (Mazurkiewicz, Owen) – 2:34
 7. "Coffinfeeder" (Webster) – 3:04
 8. "Hacksaw Decapitation" (Mazurkiewicz, O'Brien) – 4:12
 9. "Blowtorch Slaughter" (Mazurkiewicz, Webster) – 2:33
 10. "Sickening Metamorphosis" (Webster) – 3:24
 11. "Condemned to Agony" (Webster) – 3:44

Gore Obsessed (2002)
Gore Obsessed is the eighth studio album by American death metal band Cannibal Corpse released in 2002 through Metal Blade Records.
The Japanese version of the album includes "Compelled to Lacerate" as a live bonus track.

Track listing

  1. "Savage Butchery" (Jack Owen, Alex Webster) – 1:50
  2. "Hatchet to the Head" (Paul Mazurkiewicz, Pat O'Brien) – 3:34
  3. "Pit of Zombies" (Webster) – 3:58
  4. "Dormant Bodies Bursting" (Mazurkiewicz, Owen) – 2:00
  5. "Compelled to Lacerate" (Webster) – 3:29
  6. "Drowning in Viscera" (Mazurkiewicz, O'Brien) – 3:36
  7. "Hung and Bled" (Webster) – 4:13
  8. "Sanded Faceless" (Mazurkiewicz, O'Brien) – 3:51
  9. "Mutation of the Cadaver" (Webster) – 3:09
  10. "When Death Replaces Life" (Mazurkiewicz, Owen) – 4:59
  11. "Grotesque" (Webster) – 3:42
  12. "No Remorse" (Metallica cover) (only on limited editions) (James Hetfield, Lars Ulrich)

 The Wretched Spawn (2004)
The Wretched Spawn is the ninth studio album by American death metal band Cannibal Corpse. The cover art is by Vincent Locke. This is the last studio album to feature Jack Owen, one of the band's founding members, and up to 2012's Torture, the last with a graphic album cover. The album was distributed with a making-of DVD produced by Nick Sahakian. The Wretched Spawn is Cannibal Corpse's fourth album to be named after one of the tracks on the album.

Track listing

  1. "Severed Head Stoning" (Pat O'Brien, Alex Webster) – 1:45
  2. "Psychotic Precision" (Paul Mazurkiewicz, O'Brien) – 2:56
  3. "Decency Defied" (Jack Owen) – 2:59
  4. "Frantic Disembowelment" (Mazurkiewicz, O'Brien) – 2:50
  5. "The Wretched Spawn" (Webster) – 4:09
  6. "Cyanide Assassin" (Webster) – 3:11
  7. "Festering in the Crypt" (Owen) – 4:38
  8. "Nothing Left to Mutilate" (Owen) – 3:49
  9. "Blunt Force Castration" (Mazurkiewicz, O'Brien) – 3:27
  10. "Rotted Body Landslide" (Webster) – 3:24
  11. "Slain" (Owen) – 3:32
  12. "Bent Backwards and Broken" (Webster) – 2:58
  13. "They Deserve to Die" (Webster) – 4:44
  14. The Making of The Wretched Spawn [Bonus DVD]

Kill (2006)

Kill is the tenth studio album by American death metal band Cannibal Corpse, released on March 21, 2006. This release marks the return of guitarist Rob Barrett, who had previously played on the The Bleeding and Vile albums. The European version of the album comes with a live DVD filmed in Strasbourg in 2004 called Hammer Smashed Laiterie. The album was produced at Mana Recording Studios by Hate Eternal guitarist Erik Rutan.

Music videos were produced for the tracks "Make Them Suffer" and "Death Walking Terror".

In the week following its release, Kill became the second Cannibal Corpse album to make an appearance on the Billboard 200 chart, debuting at #170. The album has debuted at #6 in the Billboard Top Heatseekers chart, and #16 in the Billboard Top Independent Albums chart.

The album has also been received quite positively by critics; Allmusic gave it a 3.5 out of 5 rating, stating that "Kill doesn't break any new ground for the veteran sickos, but if it ain't broke don't fix it -- just turn it up louder", Stylus Magazine given it a B+ rating and said that "The songcraft, catchiness, and cohesive energy of Kill make it one of Cannibal Corpse's best albums.", and About.com given it a 4.5 out of 5 rating, with the only pros being brutal, devastating death metal and no cons. Also Kerrang! Magazine in the UK gave the album their top rating, 5 Ks.

The Metal Force also noted that the album "shows no sign of this seminal death metal band slowing down. Kill is every bit as vicious as we’ve come to expect from Cannibal Corpse over the best part of the last two decades. With Rutan’s skilled production and 13 bruising tracks at hand, Cannibal Corpse have delivered a concise and technical slab of death metal which is their strongest in quite some time. 

Track list :
 1. "The Time to Kill Is Now" (Alex Webster) – 2:03
 2. "Make Them Suffer" (Paul Mazurkiewicz, Pat O'Brien) – 2:50
 3. "Murder Worship" (Webster) – 3:56
 4. "Necrosadistic Warning" (Webster) – 3:28
 5. "Five Nails Through the Neck" (Webster) – 3:45
 6. "Purification by Fire" (Mazurkiewicz, O'Brien) – 2:57
 7. "Death Walking Terror" (Webster) – 3:31
 8. "Barbaric Bludgeonings" (Rob Barrett) – 3:42
 9. "The Discipline of Revenge" (Webster) – 3:39
 10. "Brain Removal Device" (Mazurkiewicz, O'Brien) – 3:14
 11. "Maniacal" (Webster) – 2:12
 12. "Submerged in Boiling Flesh" (Mazurkiewicz) – 2:52
 13. "Infinite Misery" (O'Brien) – 4:01

Live Cannibalism (Live Album)(2000)

Track List

1. "Staring Through the Eyes of the Dead" – 4:13 (From The Bleeding) (Chris Barnes, Jack Owen, Alex Webster)
2. "Blowtorch Slaughter" – 2:37 (From Bloodthirst) (Webster, Paul Mazurkiewicz)
3. "Stripped, Raped and Strangled" – 3:38 (From The Bleeding) (Barnes, Rob Barrett, Owen, Webster)
4. "I Cum Blood" – 4:12 (From Tomb of the Mutilated) *Barnes, Owen, Bob Rusay, Webster, Mazurkiewicz)
5. "Covered with Sores" – 3:43 (From Butchered at Birth) (Barnes, Owen, Rusay, Webster, Mazurkiewicz)
6. "Fucked with a Knife" – 2:26 (From The Bleeding) (Barnes, Webster)
7. "Unleashing the Bloodthirsty" – 4:12 (From Bloodthirst) (Webster)
8. "Dead Human Collection" – 2:39 (From Bloodthirst) (Pat O'Brian, Mazurkiewicz)
9. "Gallery of Suicide" – 4:11 (From Gallery of Suicide) (Webster, Mazurkiewicz)
10. "Meat Hook Sodomy" – 5:10 (From Butchered at Birth) (Barnes, Owen Rusay, Webster, Mazurkiewicz)
11. "Perverse Suffering" – 4:20 (From Vile) (Owen, Mazurkiewicz)
12. "The Spine Splitter" – 3:31 (From Bloodthirst) (Owen, Mazurkiewicz)
13. "Gutted" – 3:26 (From Butchered at Birth) (Barnes, Owen, Rusay, Webster, Mazurkiewicz)
14. "I Will Kill You" – 2:47 (From Gallery of Suicide) (Webster)
15. "Devoured by Vermin" – 3:38 (From Vile) (Barrett, Webster)
16. "Disposal of the Body" – 3:41 (From Gallery of Suicide) (George "Corpsegrinder" Fisher, Webster)
17. "A Skull Full of Maggots" – 2:32 (From Eaten Back to Life) (Barnes, Owen, Rusay, Webster, Mazurkiewicz)
18. "Hammer Smashed Face" – 4:45 (From Tomb of the Mutilated) (Barnes, Owen, Rusay, Webster, Mazurkiewicz)


Cannibal Corpse - Evisceration Plague (2009)

Track List :
01.Priests of Sodom                   03:32     
02.Scalding Hail                      01:47      
03.To Decompose                       03:04     
04.A Cauldron of Hate                 04:59     
05.Beheading and Burning              02:16      
06.Evidence in the Furnace            02:49     
07.Carnivorous Swarm                  03:37    
08.Evisceration Plague                04:31     
09.Shatter Their Bones                03:35     
10.Carrion Sculpted Entity            02:33    
11.Unnatural                          02:23     
12.Skewered from Ear to Ear           03:49

Cannibal Corpse - Rotten Sacrifice Ceremony (2010)

  Track List :
01. Vomit the soul (Live)
02. Demon's Night
03. Perverse suffering
04. Unleashing the bloodthristy
05. Covered with sores
06. A skull full of maggots
07. I will kill you
08. Every bone broken
09. No remorse (Metallica Cover)
10. Zero the hero
11. Stripped, raped and strangled
12. The exorcist
13. Meathook sodomy
14. Systematic elimination

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Bastardz - Jungle Outlawz [2008]

Member :
Nat Reed - vocal
Danny Poison - guitarra elétrica e acústica
Thomas Buttcher - guitarra
Midnite - baixo
Mr. Lady - bateria

Track List
01. Jungle Outlawz
02. Dressed 2 Kill
03. Gasoline
04. Wasted Generation
05. I Hate U
06. Don't Follow Me
07. 9 MM
08. Get Outta Here
09. Dope Party
10. No Easy Way Out
11. I'm Your Secret
12. Pills

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Friday, 5 October 2012

Sublime - Sublime 1996

Sublime is the third and final album released by ska-punk band Sublime. Originally intended to be titled Killin' It, the band and record label agreed to substitute an eponymous title due to lead singer Bradley Nowell's death prior to the album's release. After debating whether to hire a replacement for Nowell or break up,[citation needed] the surviving members decided to end Sublime (though a temporary reunion with new singer and guitarist Rome Ramirez occurred in 2009 before changing the name to Sublime with Rome).

The album was a major commercial success, selling over 6 million copies by 2010 and etching Sublime into a permanent place among the stars of mid-90s alternative rock. The album was faithful to Sublime's ska, dub, and reggae influences, with tempos ranging from the frantic — such as "Seed," "Same in the End," and "Paddle Out" — to the slow and deliberate, such as "Pawn Shop" and "Jailhouse."

Sublime was the band's only album on a major label (MCA) after several releases on Skunk Records.


Sublime formed in Long Beach in 1988 by Bradley Nowell (vocals and guitar), Bud Gaugh (drums) and Eric Wilson (bass guitar). Their debut album, 40oz. to Freedom, was released on Skunk Records in 1992 to mixed critical reviews. The album established Sublime's blend of reggae, punk, ska, and hip hop, and helped to further strengthen the group's growing California following. Initially being sold exclusively at their live shows, the album became widely known in the greater Los Angeles area when the modern rock radio station KROQ began playing the song "Date Rape" in 1995.

Sublime returned to the studio in 1993 to begin recording their second album, Robbin' the Hood. Released in 1994, the album noted low production values (the album sleeve boasts of its "13 self produced 4-track home recordings"). Following the release of Robbin' the Hood, Sublime embarked on a successful tour and co-headlined the first annual Vans Warped Tour in 1995. Following the success of then-current acts such as The Offspring, Green Day, and Rancid, Sublime was signed to the label Gasoline Alley of MCA Records by Jon Phillips, who subsequently became the band's manager.

In early 1996, Sublime headlined the very first SnoCore Tour. By this time, they had begun writing and recording what would comprise the band's self-titled third record and their major label debut album. They completed it before Nowell died of a heroin overdose on May 25, 1996 at the Oceanview Motel in San Francisco, two months prior to the release. Following Nowell's death, the surviving members considered disbanding Sublime, which they did. Sublime later reformed with lead singer Rome under the moniker Sublime with Rome.

  1. Track listing
  2. Original release (1996)
  3. "Garden Grove" – 4:27
  4. "What I Got" – 2:55
  5. "Wrong Way" – 2:11
  6. "Same in the End" – 2:30
  7. "April 29, 1992 (Miami)" – 3:59
  8. "Santeria" – 3:07
  9. "Seed" – 2:15
  10. "Jailhouse" – 4:58
  11. "Pawn Shop" – 6:02
  12. "Paddle Out" – 1:17
  13. "The Ballad of Johnny Butt" – 2:17
  14. "Burritos" – 3:50
  15. "Under My Voodoo" – 3:22
  16. "Get Ready" – 4:56
  17. "Caress Me Down" – 3:38
  18. "What I Got (Reprise)" – 3:07
  19. "Doin' Time" – 4:15

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Thursday, 4 October 2012

Napalm Death - Time Waits for No Slave (2009)

Track listing

No. Title Writer(s) Length
1. "Strong-Arm"   Shane Embury, Mark "Barney" Greenway 3:04
2. "Diktat"   Greenway, Mitch Harris 3:41
3. "Work to Rule"   Embury, Greenway 3:17
4. "On the Brink of Extinction"   Embury 3:30
5. "Time Waits for No Slave"   Greenway, Harris 4:27
6. "Life and Limb"   Harris 4:01
7. "Downbeat Clique"   Greenway, Harris 4:26
8. "Fallacy Dominion"   Greenway, Harris 4:07
9. "Passive Tense"   Greenway, Harris 3:49
10. "Larceny of the Heart"   Embury 3:36
11. "Procrastination on the Empty Vessel"   Embury, Greenway 2:57
12. "Feeling Redundant"   Embury, Greenway 3:23
13. "A No-Sided Argument"   Embury, Greenway 2:14
14. "De-Evolution ad Nauseum"   Greenway, Harris 3:49
15. "Suppressed Hunger" (digipak bonus track) Embury, Greenway 3:09
16. "Omnipresent Knife in Your Back" (digipak bonus track) Embury, Greenway 5:41

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Soilwork - Figure Number Five

Figure Number Five is the fifth full-length album released by the Swedish melodic death metal band Soilwork. On this release, the band introduces more alternative metal influences into their melodic death metal style.
A few different editions of this album existed upon release. The normal release with eleven tracks, as well as a limited edition release with a second CD of their 1997 demo. The limited vinyl version of the album features two discs - this album and Natural Born Chaos, black and the other a white-colored vinyl. The Japanese version of the album includes one bonus track, entitled "Bursting Out."


This album marked keyboardist Sven Karlsson's first attempts at songwriting for the band. While it is not necessarily interconnected with the keyboardist songwriting, this album features more use of the keyboard and lighter melodies. The album is considered a more commercial sound by most fans of Swedish death metal, but it arguably gives the music a broader appeal. However, vocalist Björn Strid has said the album has good melodies but lacks in intensity and could've been better composed; many fans and critics considered the album "rushed".[2]
Music videos were made for the songs "Rejection Role" and "Light the Torch." In Flames appeared in the "Rejection Role" video, which featured the two bands being seemingly hostile towards each other (early in the video, a member of In Flames can be seen holding up a sign that says "Sellout" as the band drives by Soilwork). On the In Flames video of "Trigger" Soilwork appeared and were made interchangeably as a joke to the fans that either band had any indifferences with each other. This was the last album to feature Henry Ranta on drums.

Band members

Track List

01. Rejection Role
02. Overload
03. Figure Number Five
04. Strangler
05. Light The Torch
06. Departure Plane
07. Cranking The Sirens
08. Brickwalker
09. The Mindmaker
10. Distortion Sleep
11. Downfall 24
12. Wake Up Call
13. Steelbath Suicide

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