04:46 - Guib @deadone: I much prefer Unquestionable Presence.
04:33 - deadone I would rather take Atheist over Death. Piece of Time is riff heaven.
03:13 - LeKiwi Not everyone loves death metal, Marcel ;) I, for one, would take Death's proggier era over their death metal one any day.
03:12 - ScreamingSteelUS SBG was actually one of my first death metal albums. I bought it before I really had a tolerance for dm, much less a taste for it, so for a long time I thought very little of it. I had to revisit it after I had an ear for it.
03:04 - Guib Personally I love both the early and late material from the band.
Here is some more Napalm Death music for you! The UK metallers have just shared a brand new video for "Smash A Single Digit". Their upcoming 15th studio album, Apex Predator - Easy Meat, is released today in Germany, Austria, Switzerland and Finland via Century Media Records. Napalm Death are celebrating that with an animated video. The video for "Smash A Single Digit" was directed and produced by Michael Panduro, who has previously worked for bands like Cephalic Carnage, Saint Vitus or Job For A Cowboy. Watch it below, it's worth it.
Napalm Death have just revealed the second track from their upcoming release, their 15th studio album Apex Predator - Easy Meat due out on January 26th, 2015 in Europe and January 27th in North America via Century Media Records. The UK grindcore pioneers give you an opportunity to check out the song "How The Years Condemn" now. It's almost 3-minutes of brutality available through Soundcloud below.
After premiering a new song recently, grinders Napalm Death unveil the cover artwork and the tracklist for their upcoming 15th studio album Apex Predator - Easy Meat. The record will be released on January 26th, 2015 in Europe and January 27th in North America via Century Media Records. The album's artwork was created by Danish designer Frode Sylthe, who has previously worked on Napalm Death's latest album Utilitarian as well as with bands such as At The Gates, The Haunted or Burst. The cover is simple but meaningful.
Napalm Death have also premiered a new song today! It is the first song the group releases from their new album. Prepare to grind hard with "Cesspits", just turn the volume up and click play below. How was that as a start for the upcoming Apex Predator - Easy Meat album?
Birmingham grindcore titans Napalm Death have announced that their guitarist Mitch Harris will skip the band's upcoming shows due to "illness within his family". Understandably, Mitch Harris will not be performing with the band in the near future and the group will bring in guitarists to replace him. However, they haven't revealed their identities yet. Napalm Death are about to release a new album Apex Predator - Easy Meat and will tour in North America with Voivod next year around the time of the album release.
Here is a fun tour. Canadians Voivod just announced that they will join joined forces with Napalm Death on the Through Space And Grind Tour that will be taking place in North America from January 27th to February 28th, 2015. Exhumed, Iron Reagan and Black Crown Initiate will be the special guests on all dates plus Ringworm, Dayglo Abortions and Phobia on select dates. Are you going? See the dates below.
Napalm Death's new album already has a title and release date. Mark your calendars for January 26th, 2015 in Europe and January 27th, 2015 in North America. That's when you will be able to get your hands on the record. The first details about the grindcore group's new album have been revealed. Their 15th studio album will be entitled Apex Predator - Easy Meat and will be released via Century Media Records. That is all for now. You can expect more details later.
Earlier this year, grindcore legends Napalm Death confirmed that they were hard at work to write the follow-up to 2012's Utilitarian album. Well, the band has been recording the new material and that process is almost over. More importantly, you can expect an early 2015 release for this 15th studio longplayer effort from the Birmingham band. Frontman Barney also revealed some of the new song titles.
A collection of metal musicians have joined forces for Project Rogue, a crowdfunded-based project to create a unique, new studio and video project. Project Rogue set up a target of $70,000 to raise in order to create Titans, an album featuring Lamb Of God's Chris Adler, System Of A Down's Shavo Odadjian, ex-Fear Factory drummer Raymond Herrera, Napalm Death's Mitch Harris, Cynic's Paul Masdival, Rob Barrett of Cannibal Corpse, among many others.
Grindcore legends Napalm Death are working on a new album to follow Utilitarian, released two years ago. The Birmingham band is currently recording new material and have updated on what's been going on behind the scenes. According to the band, you can expect a "more diverse and crazy sounding album." Do you have high hopes for the new release?
Grindcore legends Napalm Death have announced two special projects that have been in the works recently. First of all, the British band is launching a special cover song of the track "To Go Off And Things" by the Cardiacs via their Bandcamp page as charity download. Furthermore, Napalm Death are also releasing a limited and exclusive vinyl 12" EP entitled Our Pain Is Their Power to commemorate their very special Roadburn Festival appearance on April 10th.
Napalm Death and Keith Harrison's live performance collaboration, Bustleholme, is taking place this Friday, November 29th. Originally planned to feature at the V&A Museum (London) in March, the Bustleholme project has been given a new life amongst the Modernist setting of the De La Warr Pavillion. The band will play a special live set through an experimental sculptural sound system constructed by Harrison. As the band starts to play, the raw-energy of the sound produced will reverberate inside the clay, causing it to slowly crack, disintegrate and explode, changing the music as it does.
Napalm Death are embarking on a unique experience which merges ceramic art and music. The legendary grindcore outfit will collaborate with ceramic artist Keith Harrison in a one-off performance at the renowned V&A in London on March 22nd, 2013 starting at 7:30pm UK time. The band will play a special live set through an experimental sculptural sound system constructed by Harrison. Clad with ceramic tiles, the structures will potentially disintegrate as the performance progresses.
After a bloody successful maiden voyage in 2012, Decibel Magazine is doubling down on veteran star power for their second annual national US tour. This spring, the plague spreads as Decibel brings you three living legends of death metal and grindcore: the preeminent gore institution Cannibal Corpse, rabble-rousing UK grind icons Napalm Death and NYDM stalwarts Immolation.
Currently on the road in North America, grindcore masters Napalm Death have released a new live/tour video for the track "Everyday Pox", which can now be viewed below. You can find "Everyday Pox" on the band's latest album Utilitarian, out since February through Century Media.