\»We do not have to reinvent the wheel\» — this phrase in almost every interview participants Napalm Death, an anticipating the release of their next release. The last fifteen years, the musicians keep their word, without going beyond the scope of your own set up in graydkore and death-metal, periodically letting in the light, it would seem, the same material, in an attempt to rebuild skillfully to give at least a little different from the others composition. For such a fixation on the old operating time and \»brand\» napalmovtsev many listeners … In this regard, the fifteenth album of Britons are likely to also be subjected to a storm of criticism, since called \»Apex Predator — Easy Meat\» revolutionary language does not turn. Speed Drum Fills and not too complicated guitar parts are still there (although one of the tracks sound quite a rollicking solo), and filled in a peculiar and controversial manner clean vocals migrated straight from \»Utilitarian\», from which the Internet, it would seem spitting just lazy.
Among the fourteen tracks picky lover grind, of course, hear the explicit reference to the \»Time Waits For No Slave\», notice the elements of full-length album \»The Code Is Red … Long Live The Code\», from a mild frown similarity followed by \»Smear Campaign\» and, perhaps to the surprise for myself, welcomed the rare inclusions of some catchy episodes on the album (even if it is an example of quite interesting and introductory track \»adversarial / copulating Snakes\»). As always, the \»meat\» and brutal mix of all of the above is likely to be adopted with hostility by many, and that \»many\» would like to ask for certain confounding question: \»And how many groups are able to record the original / interesting releases every year for over twenty five years, constantly inventing something new and pleasing at the same time the fans are accustomed to the classic sound / style? \». The answer is obvious. Indeed facing teams in the grindcore always been a little, and for a couple with Napalm Death except that only Rotten Sound are an example of genre pioneers, and if discography Finns updated rarely that bad if eminent authors \»You Suffer\» continue to stick to their line?