Extreme Noise Terror - 2008 - Back To The Roots - 256kbps
Extreme Noise Terror (often abbreviated to E.N.T) are an English crust punk and deathgrind band originally formed in Ipswich in 1985. The band are one of the key early UK grindcore bands, and are still together today.
Notable for their use of dual vocalists and for recording a number of sessions for BBC Radio 1 DJ John Peel, Extreme Noise Terror started as a crust punk band. It became evident from early shows that they were far more extreme than many bands of that genre.[neutrality disputed] Before even Napalm Death, ENT helped characterise the early, archetypal grindcore sound: Fiercely political lyrics, grinding guitars, extremely fast tempo and often very short songs.
In 1992, Extreme Noise Terror appeared live with dance music group The KLF at the BRIT Awards. They also worked on The KLF's abandoned album, The Black Room.
Napalm Death frontman, 'Barney' Greenway, replaced Phil Vane briefly in 1996 for the 'Damage 381' album, in return Vane fronted Napalm Death although never recorded with them.
Extreme Noise Terror are the subject of an article in the musicological essay collection Bad Music: The Music You Love To Hate. (ed. Christopher Washburn and Maiken Derno; Routledge, 2004. ISBN 978-0415943666)
E.N.T continue to tour and record with vocalist Jones and Vane as the only original members.
1. Work For Never 01:43
2. Third World Genocide 01:20
3. Screaming Fucking Mayhem 02:29
4. False Profit 00:51
5. What Do You Care? 02:49
6. Pray To Be Saved 02:28
7. Think About It 02:13
8. Deceived 02:03
9. Murder 02:04
10. Use Your Mind 02:11
11. Bullshit Propaganda 02:08
12. Raping The Earth 02:19
13. System Shit 01:13
14. No Threat 01:26
15. Show Us You Care 02:27
Total playing time 29:44