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Order of the Leech

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Editorial Reviews


1. Continuing War On Stupidity
2. The Icing On The Hate
3. Forced To Fear
4. Narcoleptic
5. Out Of Sight Out Of Mind
6. To Lower Yourself (Blind Servitude)
7. Lowest Common Denominator
8. Forewarned Is Disarmed?
9. Per Capita
10. Farce And Fiction
11. Blows To The Body
12. The Great Capitulator

Product Details

  • Audio CD (November 5, 2002)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Spitfire
  • ASIN: B00006YXGQ
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (26 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #195,061 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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10 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Sean on November 6, 2002
Format: Audio CD
You know whenever I see a band as old as Napalm Death still out there making killer extreme music, and basically giving all these "nu/new" bands a good lesson in pure violence, it just brings a big smile to my face. The best thing about Napalm Death is that they are like a good bottle of whine - They get better with age. "Order Of The Leech" being the newest Napalm Death album to blow out your speakers does not tend to fail. The one thing that I found truly splendid about this album is that there is not 1 filler track or boring song on it. Every song rages, grinds, thrashes and obliterates everything in it's infernal path. Basically this is a great continuation of their last (also which was a great comeback to the Metal scene) album "Enemy Of The Music Business", only "Order Of The Leech" is 10x more faster, more grinding, more extreme, and definately more hateful. Barney Greenway's vocals are at top-notch. Jesse Pintado and Mitch Harris's guitars still have that grinding chainsaw riffing. Shane Embury's bass tones are truly splendid balancing distortion with grade-A sound production. Danny Herrera's drumming is even more devestating than on ND's last album. He get's better with every new ND album, and on this particular album...he even conjur's up the old Mitch Harris blast-beat era of "From Enslavement To Obliteration". Again the sound production is top-notch. Musically, it has the new sound of "Enemy of The Music Business", but it's also a back-track to their glory Hardcore/Thrash/Death Metal days of "Harmony Corruption" and "Utopia Banished". I noticed that there's the familiar drum beat from Terrorizer's "Ripped To Shreds" in the song "Blows To The Body" - You can never have enough of Terrorizer!!!Read more ›
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By J. Brittman VINE VOICE on November 8, 2002
Format: Audio CD
Order of the Leech delivers the goods. Yes, Napalm is back and they are heavier than EVER!! If you thought Enemy of the Music Business, Words from the Exit Wound, or Diatribes was heavy than get ready for the most ear-shattering 35+ minutes of your life. Napalm Death once again bucks the trend of becoming softer with age, I honestly don't know where they can go from here in terms of sheer sonic brutality. Also, Order of the Leech has to be the fastest ND album to date, the time changes are mind-boggling and made at (literally) lightning speed. Barney Greenway's vocals embody the essence of evil and he truly shines on the standout tracks: The Icing on the Hate, Lowest Common Denominator, and Forewarned is Disarmed? Danny Herrera is nothing short of a machine on the drums. As a fellow drummer, I cannot even fathom playing at such high speeds with the precision he accomplishes. Order of the Leech will undoubtedly rank among Napalm Death's finest hours when all is said and done.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By David Koblentz on February 17, 2003
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After seeing the band 2 nights ago I popped 'Leech' back in the CD player. I was so utterly blown away by 'Enemy' that 'Leech' didnt burn my bottom on the first go round. After seeing the tracks live I took a fresh, serious listen. The first half of this album is brilliant, memorable riffs (some fantastic trademark ND mosh/groove parts), machine gun drumming, exceptional growling and high pitch screaming make this CD brutal (in a most excellent way). It really starts off like 'Enemy' in terms of the speed and power but what is offered on 'Leech' is a more varied chord voicing (somewhat more like the 'Inside the Torn Apart' / Embury type stuff). one might just think to lump the 2 albums together, I disagree, Napalm was certainly shooting for a different sound this record (using their own tried and true style). Barney's vocals perfectly accentuate the heavy parts and the higer end screams really get the adrenaline pumping. The album tends to peter out a bit towards the end (gets a bit monotonous), so I couldnt give it the full 5 stars this time out. Seeing the 'Leech' stuff live definitely gave me a new appreciation for this album. It reminds me of when Shane started infusing some of his ideas into the songs (around 95 when he did the 'Blood from the Soul' and 'Meathook Seed' projects) except in this case there is a much better balance of brutality vs. ethereality (wierd guitar noises etc). If you liked 'Enemy' you really also ought to pick this one up... and try your best to see them live - awesome.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By J. Brittman VINE VOICE on November 15, 2002
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Order of the Leech is the fastest and heaviest Napalm Death album I have ever heard. This is a major achievement, as all of their releases have been absolutely amazing. The intensity of Order of the Leech is simply astounding. Barney Greenway is in top form spewing his hate filled diatribes. Nowhere is this more apparent than the standout track, The Icing on the Hate, where Greenway completely takes over. Danny Herrera drumming is jaw droppingly precise and he shreds every track especially To Lower Yourself (Blind Servitude). Shane Embury's bass anchors the madness, he is the driving creative force behind Napalm Death and he shines on Forced to Fear and Forewarned is Disarmed? In comparison with other Napalm releases, I am already annoiting Order of the Leech their best release since the legendary Harmony Corruption. It is better than the late 90's stuff (Words from the Exit Wound, Inside the Torn Apart, and Diatribes) because of it's sheer intensity and power. Order of the Leech is also more consistent fare than the aforementioned albums. This is a must own cd for any fan of Napalm Death and when all is said and done this may be looked back at as their defining moment. Highest Recommendation.
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