Point Blank (Nailbomb album)

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Point Blank
Studio album by Nailbomb
Released March 8, 1994
Recorded 1993
Genre Thrash metal, industrial metal, groove metal, hardcore punk
Length 62:38
76:19 (2004 Remaster)
Label Roadrunner
Producer Alex Newport, Max Cavalera
Nailbomb chronology
Point Blank
(1994)
Proud to Commit Commercial Suicide
(1995)
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 3/5 stars[1]

Point Blank is the only studio album by industrial metal band Nailbomb. The side project Nailbomb, was started by Max Cavalera and Alex Newport in the mid-1990s. The first track "Wasting Away", appears in the 1995 film To Die For. The album cover is a female Vietcong member with a U.S. soldier's gun to her head.

Track listing[edit]

All tracks written by Cavalera and Newport unless noted.

No. Title Length
1. "Wasting Away"   3:06
2. "Vai Toma no Cú"   4:47
3. "24 Hour Bullshit"   3:54
4. "Guerrillas"   4:26
5. "Blind and Lost"   1:54
6. "Sum of Your Achievements"   2:42
7. "Cockroaches"   5:10
8. "For Fuck's Sake"   5:44
9. "World of Shit"   4:13
10. "Exploitation" (Tony Dickens, Pete Nash, Jon Pickering, Brian Talbot) 2:28
11. "Religious Cancer"   5:09
12. "Shit Piñata"   1:09
13. "Sick Life"   6:53
Total length:
62:38

"Exploitation" is a cover originally by the English crust punk band Doom.

Bonus track version[edit]

Remaster version was released on February 24, 2004 with liner notes and extra tracks:

No. Title Length
14. "While You Sleep, I Destroy Your World"   5:06
15. "Zero Tolerance"   6:34
16. "Wasting Away [Live]"   3:03
17. "Guerillas [Live]"   3:27
18. "Cockroaches [Live]"   4:06
19. "Police Truck [Live]" (East Bay Ray, Jello Biafra) 3:08
Total length:
76:19

Personnel[edit]

Nailbomb[edit]

  • Max Cavalera: vocals, guitars, bass, sampling[2]
  • Alex Newport: vocals, guitars, bass, sampling

Additional Personnel[edit]

Production[edit]

  • Produced by Alex Newport and Max Cavalera
  • Recorded by Otto Agnello
  • Mixed by Alex Newport

References[edit]