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  1. B. Fanciulli says:
    2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Refreshingly Brutal, July 15, 2004
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    B. Fanciulli (United States) –
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    This album is amazing! I lost interest in Napalm Death after Lee Dorian left. The band went terribly astray in the 90’s. I recently happened upon their release prior to this, “Enemy of the Music Business.” Though not thoroughly impressed, it intrigued me enough to check this one out as well–mostly because of the return of the hyperspeed grindcore drumming.
    “Order of the Leech” has some awesome guitar hooks. Unlike “Enemy..”, the guitar actually has bite. I immediately picked up on the Terrorizer similarity and was later surprised to see Jesse Pintado in the line-up. I never made this connection when listening to previous albums (apparently he’s been with the band for 15 years now). His early British hardcore-esque riffs dominant on Terrorizer’s “World Domination” album are once again present in this masterpiece. If Terrorizer were to release a second album, I would expect it to sound just like this.
    Also of notable mention are the vocals–while not Dorian, they sound absolutely brutal, angry and with much conviction–and the drums CRUSH. The whirlwind grindcore holocaust is back!
  2. Muddy Moe says:
    3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Brutal enough for you?, March 26, 2003
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    Muddy Moe (Plano, TX United States) –

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    The evolution of Napalm Death fascinates me. I’m old enough to remember “Scum,” which at the time I had a hard time accepting. It was just too much sonic mayhem for me then. Later, I came to understand grindcore. But I never thought Napalm Death would remain together and remain heavy for over 16 years! While they’ve drastically improved in technical proficiency and have had massive lineup changes, they’ve never gotten soft or complacent on us. Their incredible intensity makes them a very unique band.
    Order of the Leech is probably their fastest and heaviest release since the early grindcore albums, but is way more technical than those. Plus they sustain the intensity for about three minutes per song instead in short bursts. This makes for a very intense and concentrated listening experience. The lyrics are also really brilliant and you can just make them out without constantly referring to the lyrics sheet, which is cool.
    I give the album four stars only because the overall speed and brutality leaves little room for dynamics. Basically the accelerator pedal is on the floor from stop to start in each song. This is, of course, the whole idea so don’t get me wrong – I love the album for what it is. I just slightly prefer “Harmony Corruption” because there is some dynamic variation among the brutality. Napalm Death show they are NOT past their prime. Stay chuffed!
  3. D. T. Kawasaki says:
    1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Amazing!, December 1, 2012
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    D. T. Kawasaki (São Paulo, Brazil) –
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    After those years, I have certain that Napalm Death is pretty alive.
    That grindcore we love still working.
    This is the best album I ever heard, until now!
    Thanks for the noise, the rebel and the critical idea you have!
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