Archive for the Earache Category
Clandestine is the second studio album by Swedish death metal band Entombed. It wa originally released on November 12, 1991, in Europe, and on February 11, 1992, in North America. It helped establish a distinctively Swedish sound in the death metal genre! Now this 2017 Re-release is available from Earache […]
One of the landmark albums of the late-’80s grindcore uprising, World Downfall is nonetheless one of the least known, because the band only existed long enough to record this one Earache release. In fact, Terrorizer had already parted ways by the time of World Downfall’s 1989 recording and release. The […]
Undisputedly the founding fathers of grind core, Napalm Death have moved on to mold and define the genre, paving the path for droves of acts to come. Upon it’s’ initial release in 1987, Scum offered a fresh, unique mix of motivated punk, hardcore and death metal – fusing rarely used […]
The founding band of grindcore… Napalm Death are THE most influential group in the genre. Having sold millions of records worldwide and toured the globe they have forged the unlikeliest of careers. Their classic 1987 debut Scumwas only Earache Records third ever release and it kickstarted the wave of grindcore […]
As they’d done on their last album, Symphonies of Sickness (1989), Carcass continue to develop and expand their music on Necroticism: Descanting the Insalubrious. They’d begun as a grindcore band — in fact, one of the first and certainly one of the most influential — as showcased on their debut […]
2017 reissue on purple wax! The all-time classic from stoner metal legends Sleep, “Sleep’s Holy Mountain” has been given the Full Dynamic Range treatment that has previously enhanced albums from the likes of Carnage, Entombed, Morbid Angel and Napalm Death amongst others.