Shift (album)

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Shift
Shift Nasum.jpg
Studio album by Nasum
Released October 26, 2004 (2004-10-26)
Recorded June 3 – July 13, 2004, at Soundlab Studios (Örebro, Sweden)
Genre Grindcore
Length 37:19
Label Burning Heart
Nasum chronology
Helvete
(2003)
Shift
(2004)
Grind Finale
(2005)
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 3.5/5 stars[1]

Shift is the final studio album by Swedish grindcore band Nasum. It was released on October 26, 2004,[1] by Burning Heart Records in Sweden and on Relapse Records in North America. After this album was released, Mieszko Talarczyk died during the 2004 tsunami. This was followed by the disbanding of Nasum.

Track listing[edit]

No. Title Lyrics Music Length
1. "Particles" Mieszko Talarczyk Talarczyk 1:15
2. "The Engine of Death" Anders Jakobson Jakobson 1:46
3. "Twinkle, Twinkle Little Scar" Jakobson Jakobson 1:46
4. "No Paradise for the Damned" Jakobson Jakobson 0:32
5. "Wrath" Jakobson Jakobson 2:14
6. "Fear Is Your Weapon" Talarczyk Talarczyk 0:43
7. "The Deepest Hole" Jon Lindqvist Lindqvist 1:47
8. "High on Hate" Jakobson Jakobson 0:40
9. "Pathetic" Talarczyk Talarczyk 1:22
10. "Circle of Defeat" Talarczyk Talarczyk 1:10
11. "Like Cattle" Lindqvist Lindqvist 1:36
12. "Ros" Talarczyk Talarczyk 1:25
13. "The Smallest Man" Talarczyk Talarczyk 2:07
14. "Cornered" Jakobson Jakobson 0:35
15. "Strife" Talarczyk Talarczyk 1:40
16. "The Clash" Jakobson Jakobson 1:31
17. "Hets" Jakobson Jakobson 1:26
18. "Closer to the End" Lindqvist Lindqvist 1:49
19. "Fury" Talarczyk Talarczyk 2:36
20. "Fight Terror with Terror" Talarczyk Talarczyk 2:26
21. "Ett inflammerat sår" Jakobson Jakobson 0:58
22. "Deleted Scenes" Jakobson Jakobson 2:34
23. "Creature" Lindqvist Urban Skytt 1:21
24. "Darkness Falls" Jakobson Jakobson 2:01
25. "DLTD" (Japanese bonus track)     0:39
26. "Gravar" (Japanese bonus track)     0:27
Total length: 38:25

Personnel[edit]

Nasum[edit]

Additional personnel[edit]

  • Petter Samuel Freed – guitar (2, 22)
  • Rogga Johansson – vocals
  • Peter in de Betou – mastering
  • Robert Johansson – photography
  • Robert Samsonowitz – artwork, design

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b "Shift - Nasum". Retrieved September 8, 2013.