Death Metal (Dismember album)

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Death Metal
Dismember dm.jpg
Studio album by Dismember
Released July 29, 1997
Recorded October-December, 1996 at Sunlight Studio
Genre Death metal
Length 40:11
Label Nuclear Blast
Producer Tomas Skogsberg
Dismember chronology
Massive Killing Capacity
(1995)
Death Metal
(1997)
Hate Campaign
(2000)
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 3/5 stars link

Death Metal is the fourth album by Swedish death metal band, Dismember. The fourth track, "Let The Napalm Rain", opens with a sample from the movie Apocalypse Now.

Track listing[edit]

No. Title Music Length
1. "Of Fire" David Blomqvist, Richard Cabeza, Matti Karki 3:41
2. "Trendkiller" Fred Estby 2:11
3. "Misanthropic" Cabeza, Estby, Karki 2:59
4. "Let the Napalm Rain" Estby, Karki 3:27
5. "Live for the Fear (Of Pain)" Blomqvist, Estby, Robert Senneback 2:36
6. "Stillborn Ways" Estby 4:15
7. "Killing Compassion" Estby, Senneback 1:49
8. "Bred for War" Blomqvist, Estby, Karki 4:19
9. "When Hatred Killed the Light" Cabeza, Estby, Karki 3:31
10. "Ceremonial Comedy" Blomqvist, Estby, Karki 3:25
11. "Silent Are the Watchers" Blomqvist, Cabeza, Karki 3:54
12. "Mistweaver" Blomqvist, Estby, Karki 4:07

Personnel[edit]

Dismember
  • Matti Kärki – Vocals
  • David Blomqvist – Lead Guitars
  • Robert Sennebäck – Rhythm Guitars
  • Richard Cabeza – Bass
  • Fred Estby – Drums, Producer, Engineer
Production
  • Dismember – Producer
  • Peter in de Betou – Mastering
  • Anders Lindström – Engineer
  • Tomas Skogsberg – Engineer
  • Alvaro Tapia – Art Direction