"From Enslavement to Obliteration" is Napalm Death's second album, released in 1988. The album's lyrics cover a variety of social and political topics, including misogyny and sexism, animal rights, racism, materialism, and anti-capitalism.
Napalm Death is a hardcore metal band from England that was formed in 1981. They are credited as one of the pioneers of the grindcore genre. They incorporate elements of crust punk and death metal, using heavily distorted and down-tuned guitars, grinding overdrive bass, high-speed tempo, blast beats, and vocals that consist of incomprehensible growls or high-pitched shrieks with sociopolitical lyrics. According to the "Guinness World Records," their song "You Suffer" is the shortest song ever recorded, at only 1.3 seconds long.