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Tuesday, April 17, 2007

Extreme Noise Terror - Damage 381 (1997)

1. Utopia Burns 04:05
2. Punishment Solitude 01:15
3. Icon of Guilt 03:31
4. Jesus on My Side 03:09
5. Cold World 03:41
6. Damage 381 00:45
7. Shallow Existence 03:06
8. Chaos Perverse 04:59
9. Crawl 03:19
10. Downside 02:59
Total playing time 30:29

Phil Vane (ex-Napalm Death, Optimum Wound Profile) (1985-1995, 2006-)
Dean Jones - Vocals (1985-) (Disgust (UK), Raw Noise)
Staff - Bass (ex-Deinonychus, ex-Tao de Moto, Massive Hospitalisation)
Woodie (Paul Woodfield) - Guitar
Ollie Jones - Guitar (Amputated, Desecration (UK))
Mic Hourihan - drums (ex-Tigertailz, Desecration (UK))

"Extreme Noise Terror, once a praised crust/grindcore band, now known as a death/grindcore band, are from Ipswich, England. Formed in 1985, they are one of the key early UK grindcore bands and are still together today with vocalist Dean Jones as the only original member.
Notable for their use of dual vocalists and for recording a number of sessions for BBC Radio 1 DJ John peel, Extreme Noise Terror (often abbreviated to ENT) initially started as a hardcore punk band. It became quickly evident from early shows that they were far more extreme than many bands of that genre. Together with Napalm Death, ENT helped characterise the early, archetypal grindcore sound: Fiercely political lyrics, grinding guitars, extremely fast tempo and often very short songs."

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