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1. Dawn Of Indifference / Nuked To Ashes
2. Oncrushing Advance
3. Conquering A Dead Planet
4. Irrevocable Change
5. Scaffold Of Deception
6. Gunpoint Stoicism
7. Bonepile Of False Assumptions
8. Relentless Post Mortem Killing
9. Therapeutic Dirt Nap
10. Mourning Breath
11. Failing Upwards
12. Infidelity's Eyestabbing Unease
13. Swept From All Existence
14. Lice Crawling Humanity
15. Inescapable Melancholy
16. Visiting Plague / Blood Freezing Violence

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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
Erased from the Memory of Man 9 Nov 2005
By Twitch - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
Once more, Watchmaker has graced us with another album filled to the brim with crusty noise blasts and throat tearing vocals, but it seems as though with 'Erased from the Memory of Man' they have slightly toned down their sonic attack. Do not misunderstand, Watchmaker has not mellowed out there sound, quite the opposite actually, but it seems as though the tracks (I dare not call them songs) on the record are more focused and direct assualts on the sense. The production seems to have gone in a much more lofi direction, slightly dirty, and perfect for the record (bringing to mind the vicious sounds of 'Victims of a Bomb Raid'). Granted, it may not be as mindnumbingly brutal as 'Kill.Fxcking.Everyone' (probably the best grind album of the decade), but Watchmaker continue their path of destruction with yet another near perfect record.

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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
hostile motherf***ers 7 Aug 2009
By N. Illig - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
these guys just brutalize sound.. the speed of the guitars and drums end up sounding like static to keep up the pace with the singer.. the singer really tears sh** up here.. I saw a clip of these guys on youtube.. check it out.. the guys swinging around a mic stand made out of a saw blade.. almost takes out the guitarist as he feeds off the hate he already has along with the energy of the crowd.. for fans of pig destroyer, agoraphobic nosebleed, benumb, crowpath, gaza or any other grind/neo-metal/power-violence you gotta check these guys out.. or if you haven't heard of any of the bands I've mentioned, definitely, check them out too.. GRIND!
5 of 7 people found the following review helpful
this album kicks, man!!!!!! 7 Nov 2005
By J. Geschardt - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
dude i listen to this all the time and it just...totally kicks. totally kicks.u have no idea how much it kicks. more than a soccer ball. it kicks more than it punches though. it kicks so good, that its a 10 outa 10 bizznatch. peace out dawg
"The common denominator of the universe is not harmony -- it's chaos, hostility, and murder." 4 Mar 2006
By Aquarius Records - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
In my review of Boston metalcore outfit Watchmaker's previous album Kill.F-cking.Everyone, I stated that they were "THE MOST P-SSED sounding band I've ever heard". Well, it doesn't appear that in the time elapsed since that album Watchmaker have been to anger management classes, or tried therapy, or fallen in love, or adopted puppies, or anything like that, as they certainly haven't gotten any happier!!! Erased From The Memory Of Man is as extreme and brutal and p.o.'d as ever.

These sixteen tracks feature negative titles like "Lice Crawling Humanity", "Relentless Post Mortem Killing", "Theraputic Dirt Nap" and "Infidelity's Eyestabbing Unease"... and theres an epigraph of sorts in the cd booklet taken from Werner Herzog's film Grizzly Man, as follows:

"The common denominator of the universe is not harmony -- it's chaos, hostility, and murder."

This is definitely the disharmonic, chaotic, hostile, murderous soundtrack to Herzog's statement! Pounding drums, throat-ripped vox, gnarly guitars...sheer sonic armageddon on cd. Turn up as loud as you dare, and stand back!

But, p-ssed as they are, it's nice to know that they do have a sense of humor about it all, judging by how the band members are credited with such creative job descriptions as "yearning flame of drum turret" (drums), "vocal f-cking sawblade terror" (vocals), "rick and f-cking backer" (bass) and "ghetto f-cking bee keeper" (?). Recommended.
.Out.Of.Con.Trol. 20 May 2009
By SoundOfWhiteNoise - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
I read about these guys somewhere, besides on Amazon, and decided to give them a try. They were described as "chaotic grind" or whatever. Kinda thought I may be about to hear another decent grind band. Afterall, there are a lot. Well, I haven't heard too many cd's that sound as insane as Erased From The Memory Of Man. Watchmaker play such crazed grindcore, they make Discordance Axis sound melodic. If you like structure in your grind (Terrorizer, Brutal Truth, Insect Warfare) then this may not be for you. I have not heard the other releases by Watchmaker. I have only heard this one. Listening to this cd can actually make you tired. If you're a fan of psycho-crazed-power-grind OR if you enjoy bashing your own forehead with a cheese grater then I would also recommend listening to the following 2 bands: Head Hits Concrete and Threatener.
Enjoy ! - Jay in Texas
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