Nuclear Death was fairly well known amongst tape traders, and zine readers in the underground in the early 90s, but aside from that, were sorely unrecognized, especially later in their careers. Lori Bravo was the driving force behind Nuclear Death, and her crazed grindcore/death metal stylings are like nothing I've heard since.
Presented here is the 2000 rerelease of "Bride Of Insect" originally released in 1990, and "Carrion For Worm" originally released in 1991. These albums are like a whirlwind of sorts, seemingly uncontrolled, yet obviously refined. Amazing.