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 …
Jul 10, 2012 · Category Music; Song Wasting Away; Artist Nailbomb; Album Point Blank; Licensed to YouTube by WMG (on behalf of Roadrunner Records); ASCAP, CMRRA, UMPG …
Nailbomb, a one-off side project of Sepultura’s Max Cavalera and Fudgetunnel’s Alex Newport; finally reissued with bonus tracks. Sometimes categorized as industrial because of the use of drum programming both in the studio and live; this is not terribly accurate.
referencing Point Blank, CD, Album, RR 9055-2 This is the most extreme CD I own, a vicious mixture of Punk and Speed/Thrash Metal. It’s a nasty, vitriolic, beast of an …
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1. Wasting Away Carve your rights into your arm So they won’t get taken away Trying in vain to figure it out Always thinking this is a waste Build it up high
’Point Blank’ is the first of two releases by this short-lived band. Nailbomb was a side project of Fudge Tunnel’s Alex Newport and Sepultura’s – Max Cavalera. Boy, is this CD H-E-A-V-Y!! Maybe too heavy for it’s own good. It’s decent, though. Good industrial metal to take in, that is if you’re willing.
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A year after Seputura released their groove-loaded record ”Chaos A.D.”, Max and Fudge Tunnel’s Alex Newport decided to published their Nailbomb debut album ”Point Blank”.
”Wasting Away” has been used in the 1995 film To Die For and was available for free download on Roadrunner’s website. A video was also made for the song. ”Vai Toma no Cú” is a Brazilian Portuguese insult phrase that can be roughly translated as ”go get fucked in the ass” (or simply ”fuck you”), although correct spelling should be ”vai tomar …