|Napalm Death discography|
The following is a comprehensive discography of Napalm Death , an influential English grindcore/death metal band.
|Year||Album details||Peak chart positions|
| FIN || FRA || GER || JPN || SWI || UK || US|
|1987|| Scum ||—||—||—||—||—||—||—||—|
|1988|| From Enslavement to Obliteration ||—||—||—||—||—||—||—||—|
|1990|| Harmony Corruption ||—||—||—||—||—||—||67||—|
|1992|| Utopia Banished ||—||—||—||60||—||—||58||—|
|1994|| Fear, Emptiness, Despair ||—||—||—||78||—||—||—||—|
|1996|| Diatribes ||—||38||—||94||—||—||73||—|
|1997|| Inside the Torn Apart ||—||—||—||—||—||—||129||—|
|1998|| Words from the Exit Wound ||—||—||—||—||—||—||—||—|
|2000|| Enemy of the Music Business ||—||—||—||—||—||—||—||—|
|2002|| Order of the Leech ||—||—||—||—||—||—||—||—|
|2005|| The Code Is Red...Long Live the Code ||—||—||—||—||—||—||—||—|
|2006|| Smear Campaign ||—||—||158||—||271||—||—||—|
|2009|| Time Waits for No Slave ||—||—||178||95||189||—||—||—|
|2012|| Utilitarian ||84||25||80||74||286||88||157||43|
|2015|| Apex Predator – Easy Meat ||111||—||99||36||199||64||120||25|
|"—" denotes a release that did not chart.|
|1992|| Live Corruption |
|1998|| Bootlegged in Japan |
|2000|| The Complete Radio One Sessions |
|2002|| Punishment in Capitals |
|2009||Live in Japan – Grind Kaijyu Attack!|
|2010||Live at Rock City|
|1991|| Death by Manipulation |
|2003|| Noise for Music's Sake |
|2018||Coded Smears and More Uncommon Slurs|
|1990|| Live Corruption |
|2001|| The DVD |
|2002|| Punishment in Capitals |
|1999|| Leaders Not Followers |
|2004||Leaders Not Followers: Part 2|
|Year||EP details||Peak chart positions|
|1988||The Peel Session||13|
| The Curse ||—|
|1989||Double Peel Session||12|
|Napalm Death/S.O.B. split 7"||—|
| Mentally Murdered ||6|
|August 1990|| Suffer the Children ||—|
|1991|| Mass Appeal Madness ||—|
|June 25, 1992|| The World Keeps Turning ||—|
|June 15, 1993|| Nazi Punks Fuck Off ||—|
|December 1995|| Greed Killing ||—|
|1997|| In Tongues We Speak |
| Breed to Breathe ||—|
|2005|| Tsunami Benefit |
(with The Haunted and Heaven Shall Burn)
|2011||Legacy Was Yesterday||—|
|2012|| Converge / Napalm Death ||—|
|2013||Napalm Death / Insect Warfare||—|
|2015||Phonetics for the Stupefied|
(Split single with Voivod)
|2015||An Extract (Strip It Clean)|
(Split single "The Mission Creep" with Heaven Shall Burn)
|2016||Napalm Death / Melt-Banana||—|
|2020||Logic Ravaged by Brute Force||—|
|Year||Single||Peak chart positions||Album|
| UK || FRA |
|"Mentally Murdered"||—||—||Mentally Murdered|
|1990||"Suffer the Children"||—||—||Harmony Corruption|
|1994||"More than Meets the Eye"||—||—||Fear, Emptiness, Despair|
|1990||"Suffer the Children"||Unknown|
|1991||"Mass Appeal Madness"||Unknown|
|1992||"The World Keeps Turning"||Unknown|
|1997||"Breed To Breathe"||Unknown|
|2005||"Silence Is Deafening"||Roger Johansson|
|2007||"When All Is Said and Done"||Kevin Wildt|
|2009||"Time Waits for No Slave"||Tom Blyth|
|2010||"On the Brink of Extinction"||Daniel Brand|
|2012||"Analysis Paralysis"||Mitch Harris|
|"The Wolf I Feed"||Tim Fox|
|2015||"Smash a Single Digit"||Michael Panduro|
|"Dear Slum Landlord"||Costin Chioreanu|
|"How the Years Condemn"||Costin Chioreanu|
All demos are self-produced.
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