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 heavy metal band Nailbomb, released on March 8, 1994 by Roadrunner Records. 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]