Friday, May 8, 2009

Nuclear Death








bride of insect + carrion for worm + all creatures great and eaten, 1990/1992
the planet cachexial, 1999
Sit down and have a fat thick joint for Nuclear Death. If you have not heard ND, be prepared for some seriously aggravated in advanced hammering terrorizing madness (fuck, will I ever be able to write reviews like Pushead's in MRR ?). In the late 80s / early 90s, that was probably the most intense offering in sonic metal bestiality, dirtier than Terrorizer and more sick and evil than early Bathory. Maybe something like Fear of God with more metal riffs, longer songs and full length nausea. And cancer. Back then I was wondering why Suffocation and flat innocuous bands like that were getting all the attention when you could bang your head and fracture your skull to Nuclear Death's real speed and aggression. While Suffocation & co. sounded like suburban team sport, ND sound like the final detonation of world war III. This super fast thrashing and grinding death can be found on the first 3 records (1st archive).
Then on "The Planet Cachexial" (2nd archive, zer) Nuclear Death completely leaves the ultra death radioactive thing to explore drone and experimental drugged soundscapes like those of early Boris, Sunn o)) or late Fleurety. And there they also provide superior 1st quality material of crazy ambient noise and hypnosis.
Welcome the Nuclear Death and DIE SLOWLY MOLECULE BY MOLECULE ZERRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRR!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
No I don't have "...For Our Dead..." nor "Harmony Drinks of Me", but I'm working on it. As for the 4 or 5 demos from 1986 to 1989, if you know of dl links, thanks for posting in the comments section.
And if anyone knows where to get the CD re-releases by Extremist Records, drop a line ! Thanks ! ZER !
Planet Cachexial : CD rip

Vinyl rips:

Bride of Insect:
1. Necrobestiality 02:15
2. Corpse of Allegiance 01:46
3. Feral Viscera 00:57
4. Stygian Tranquility 03:04
5. Place of Skulls 02:26
6. Cremation 03:08
7. The Colour of Blood 02:06
8. The Beloved Whore Celebration 02:02
9. Fetal Lament: Homesick 04:35
10. Bride of Insect 02:41
11. The Misshapen Horror 02:33
12. Vultures Feeding 01:22

Carrion For Worm:
1. Spawn Song 01:44
2. The Human Seed 01:19
3. Proposing to the Impaled 03:03
4. Moribund 01:56
5. Greenflies 03:12
6. Return of the Feasting Witch 02:31
7. A Dark Country 03:01
8. Lurker in the Closet: A "Fairy" Tale 01:40
9. Cathedral of Sleep 02:39
10. Homage to Morpheus 01:35
11. Carrion for Worm 01:22
12. Vampirism 02:10

All Creatures Great and Eaten:
1. Bones of the Lip 01:45
2. The Art of Veins 02:24
3. Mindbleeder 02:37
4. Divine Perversion 03:32
5. Guinea Man 03:29
6. Aunt Farm 01:23
7. A Dark Winter Psalm 03:57
8. All Creatures Great and Eaten 01:32

Nuclear Death website (zer... dead Japanese hosting...)
Nuclear Death on MySpace

8 comments:

  1. Here is a link to the demos and what seems to be the full discography. Thanks for yet another great post.

    http://metalcollection.blogspot.com/2007/11/nuclear-death.html

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  2. Sorry I just realized that these are not dl links.

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  3. http://stayfemale.blogspot.com/2008/06/nuclear-death.html

    theres the missing stuff!

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  4. Vraiment bon -the planet cahexial- j'savais pas qui avait d'autre album apres -all creatures...-

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  5. oh! it's great...thank you very much

    Mr Kakafuten

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  6. ZER

    Yappy has also posted live links for demo 1, demo 2 and studio session 'vultures feeding' (from the 'Caveat' collection) on his blog: LOCKJAW. I may be sending him some rare ND reh/live/group photos also to help him with his blog so keep an eye out.

    Thanks man and keep up the fantastic efforts (GARGANTUAN efforts!).

    Alan (exmorbidroadie)

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  7. Thank you for these vile classics! This is one of the best blog out there!! Keep it evil!

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