Consumed may refer to:

Consumed (band)

Consumed is an English punk rock band formed in 1994 in the outskirts of Nottingham. They were signed to Fat Wreck Chords, then moved to BYO Records and Golf Records shortly before the release of the album Pistols at Dawn. The band toured the UK, Europe, Scandinavia, the U.S. and Canada and were also regulars at surf and skate festivals in the mid- to late-1990s.

Consumed (band)

The band broke up in 2003 but reformed in 2015 and are currently active. Consumed released a video for the track "What Would Cliff Burton Do?" in May 2018. Their EP "A Decade of No" is due for release in July 2018 through SBAM records (Europe) and Umlaut Records (UK).

Consumed (novel)

Consumed is the first novel by the Canadian filmmaker, screenwriter and actor David Cronenberg. The novel is driven by a globe trotting, photojournalist couple, that pursue stories featuring rather unusual people.

Consumed (film)

Consumed is a 2015 American thriller drama film directed by Daryl Wein and starring Anthony Edwards, Victor Garber, Danny Glover and Taylor Kinney.

Consumed scrubfowl

The consumed scrubfowl (Megapodius alimentum) is an extinct megapode that was native to Fiji and Tonga in the south-west Pacific Ocean. It was originally described from subfossil remains collected by David Steadman from an archaeological site on the island of Lifuka in the Haʻapai group of the Kingdom of Tonga. The specific epithet and vernacular name refer to its evident use as a food item. Subsequently, remains were also found on Lakeba and Mago in the Lau group of Fiji by Trevor Worthy. It likely became extinct through overhunting following human settlement of the islands.

Consumed (Plastikman album)

Consumed is the fourth studio album by Canadian electronic music producer Richie Hawtin, and his third studio album under the alias Plastikman. It was released on May 18, 1998 by Minus and Novamute Records.

Consumed by Fire - Background

Consumed by Fire are a Christian rock brother trio from Wagoner, Oklahoma, where they grew up in the church their parents pastored, leading choir services and other musical functions within the congregation. Their parents are Pastors David Paul Ward and Vonda Sue Ward, who pastor Legacy Family Church, and head N.C.M.I. Training Center. They are lead vocalist and guitarist, Caleb Ward, drummer and background vocalist, Jordan Ward, and lead guitarist, Joshua Ward.

Thanos: Titan Consumed - Release

Thanos: Titan Consumed was released on November 20, 2018.

Consumed (God album)

Consumed is a live album by GOD, released on 19 October 1993 through Sentrax.

Consumed (Plastikman album) - Critical reception

In 2018, Pitchfork placed Consumed at number 34 on its list of the 50 best albums of 1998.

Juice - Amount consumed

In 2015, people in the United States consumed approximately 6.6 US gallons of juices per capita with more than half of preschool-age children being regular drinkers.

Thanos: Titan Consumed

Thanos: Titan Consumed is a 2018 young adult science fiction novel written by American author Barry Lyga. It tells the story of how notorious Marvel Comics villain Thanos became absorbed in a quest to bring balance to the universe. While it is meant to act as an iteration of the Marvel Cinematic Universe version of the character, the story is not canon with the MCU.

Consumed by Fire

Consumed by Fire are an American Christian music brother trio from Wagoner, Oklahoma. They started making music in 2010, with their first album, Something Real, that was independently released. Their second release, Lean on Me, an extended play, released in 2015, with Inpop Records. The songs, "Walk Through the Fire" and "Lean on Me", both charted on the Billboard magazine charts.

Rob Walker (journalist) - "Consumed"

The "Consumed" column, which appeared weekly in The New York Times Magazine, examined consumer behavior from a hybrid business-and-anthropology standpoint. Each column discussed a new product or consumer trend. The column began in 2004, and ended in 2011.

Consumed (TV series)

Consumed is a Canadian reality television series produced by Paperny Entertainment that airs on HGTV Canada. The series stars de-cluttering expert Jill Pollack, who challenges families overwhelmed by their possessions to survive for 30 days with only the bare essentials. After the 30 days are over the families must decide which possession they truly need and which to donate. The series, which films largely in the Metro Vancouver area, premiered on August 30, 2011. The second season premiered on June 8, 2013.

Consumed (The Walking Dead) - Reception

Matt Fowler of IGN rated it an 8.8 out of 10 and said, "For a terse Carol/Daryl adventure, "Consumed" triumphed in both landscape and tone, though it was hindered a bit by us knowing that nothing all that big was going to happen. It was, essentially, the final piece of the puzzle to fall into place after episodes three and four. It was mostly quiet, but rewarding nonetheless."

Consumed by Your Poison - Critical reception

Consumed by Your Poison generally received positive reviews, Greg Pratt of Exclaim! magazine wrote mainly praising the vocals work, stating that both Marie-Hélène Landry and Steve Marois "provide a multitude of sounds not usually heard in the realm of oppressive cookie monster vocals." Overall, Pratt exalt the band's musicianship, saying: "brutal, well played and technically adept, this sounds great, looks great."

Consumed by Your Poison

Consumed by Your Poison is the debut studio album by the Canadian deathcore band Despised Icon. It was released on October 2, 2002 through Galy Records and re-released on April 4, 2006. It is the band's only album with vocalist Marie-Hélène Landry and the only album on which Alex Erian plays drums, as he switched to vocals after the departure of Landry.

Consumed (The Walking Dead)

"Consumed" has garnered critical praise from television commentators, who lauded the exploration of the characters' compelling histories and subtext, the return to cityscape in Atlanta, a prominent location used in the first season, and the performances by Melissa McBride and Norman Reedus. Others noted the slow pacing as a highlight, allowing a more contemplative narrative and better character focus.