NAPALM DEATH - Time Waits For No Slave [SMOKE TAPE]

Product information "NAPALM DEATH - Time Waits For No Slave [SMOKE TAPE]"
Napalm Death's "Time Waits for No Slave," released in 2009, is a relentless onslaught of grindcore fury and socio-political commentary. This album sees the band continuing to push the boundaries of extreme music, delivering a blistering blend of speed, aggression, and thought-provoking lyrics.
Opening with the explosive "Strong-Arm", the album immediately plunges into a world of fast-paced riffs, blast beats, and Barney Greenway's guttural vocals. Tracks like "Life and Limb" and "Diktat" showcase the band's ability to seamlessly merge brutal intensity with intricate musicianship. The title track, "Time Waits for No Slave," serves as a poignant reminder of the fleeting nature of time and the urgency of addressing societal issues.
Lyrically, the album tackles themes of personal autonomy, societal control, and the struggle against oppression. The band's unwavering commitment to these themes is evident in every track, making "Time Waits for No Slave" not just an auditory assault but a call to action.
With this album, Napalm Death reaffirms their status as grindcore pioneers, delivering a work that is both musically and lyrically uncompromising. "Time Waits for No Slave" stands as a testament to the band's enduring relevance and their unyielding drive to challenge the status quo through the power of extreme music.


Release details:
· Smokey transparent/black tape with white shell print, limited to 100 copies only
· Special layout for this tape edition


Track listing:
A1. Strong-Arm
A2. Diktat
A3. Work to Rule
A4. On the Brink of Extinction
A5. Time Waits for No Slave
A6. Life and Limb
A7. Downbeat Clique
B1. Fallacy Dominion
B2. Passive Tense
B3. Larceny of the Heart
B4. Procrastination on the Empty Vessel
B5. Feeling Redundant
B6. A No-Sided Argument
B7. De-evolution ad Nauseum
Artist: Napalm Death
Color effect: Smoke
Label/Manufacturer: Supreme Chaos Records
Genre: Grindcore