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Nailbomb - 'Point Blank' (Roadrunner)
Mike Reed | USA | 03/24/2005
(3 out of 5 stars)
"'Point Blank' is the first of two releases by this short-lived band.Nailbomb was a side project of Fudge Tunnel's Alex Newport and Sepultura's Max Cavalera.Boy,is this CD H-E-A-V-Y!!Maybe too heavy for it's own good.It's decent,though.Good industrial metal to take in,that is if you're willing.All thirteen cuts kick ass,like "Wasting Away","24 Hour Bullsh*t","Cockroaches" and "Sick Life" especially.Just might appeal to some fans of Godflesh,Corrosion Of Conformity,Ministry and Napalm Death."
otherphone | 11/12/2005
(4 out of 5 stars)
"even though its not the Heaviest cd ever, its still filled to the top with AWSOME songs. this is one of few cd's that can be played through without skipin songs. Max said he didnt want it sounding to industrial and that they didnt promote shooting ppl like on the cover, just showing what happens in that country"
An Absolute Metal Classic
Joel Israel | Cedar City, UT United States | 02/21/2007
(4 out of 5 stars)
"Nailbomb, a one-off side project of Sepultura's Max Cavalera and Fudgetunnel's Alex Newport; finally reissued with bonus tracks. Sometimes categorized as industrial because of the use of drum programming both in the studio and live; this is not terribly accurate. Nailbomb is more along the lines of very heavy underground metal with slight industrial influences....NIN this is not. This album has always been one of my favorites, and remains so to this day on those mornings when you just gotta blare nihilistic pissed-off music on your car stereo.
This album is far from perfect- but it truly is a classic in the genre and nearly unrivalled to this day in terms of sheer energy and attitude. Great hardcore-influenced quasi-death metal chunk riffs downtuned and beamed directly to your noggin from your oppressive overlords. Max and Alex's angry rhetoric seems directionless at times; your typical "screw everything establishment" kind of thing-although I do understand that Max Cavalera is a sort of activist and hails from Brazil where social inequality and repression are the norm- but it really gels and is elevated to great altitude by the sheer enthusiasm of it all. A never-to-be-repeated classic fusion of underground attitude and classic death metal. Nice reissue with bonus tracks...."