Tag Archives: Napalm Death

Metal By Numbers 4/11: Light the Torch light the way

Posted by on April 11, 2018

Metal By Numbers is a weekly column in which we look at the top metal sellers and debuts of the week. The debuts just keep on coming. This week sports thirteen new albums topped by Light The Torch, formerly known as Devil You Know. It’s odd when a band changes their name, though it’s not […]

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Napalm Death release new song “Call That An Option?”

Posted by on March 9, 2018

Napalm Death are gearing up to release their rarities compilation Coded Smears And More Uncommon Slurs on March 30th via Century Media Records. This collection will include a total of 31 rare tracks spanning from 2004-2016 from these British grindcore giants. Today (9th), the group unleashed the single “Call That An Option?,” which is taken […]

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Slayer announces second leg of North American farewell tour

Posted by on March 5, 2018

By popular demand, Slayer has announced the second leg of their North American farewell tour. The trek will begin on July 26th in New Hampshire and run until August 26th in San Jose, CA. Lamb of God, Anthrax, Testament and Napalm Death will be joining in as support for all dates of this journey. Tickets […]

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Napalm Death premiere new song “Oh So Psuedo”

Posted by on February 9, 2018

Napalm Death are getting ready to release a compilation entitled Coded Smears And More Uncommon Slurs on March 30th via Century Media Records. To celebrate the upcoming release, these Grindcore pioneers unveiled the set’s first single with “Oh So Psuedo.” The compilation is a mix of songs that were saved originally for split EP that […]

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At The Gates are ready “To Drink From the Night Itself” in May

Posted by on January 18, 2018

The iconic Swedish death metallers, At The Gates have announced the release of their sixth studio album, To Drink From the Night Itself. The record is set for a May 18th release through Century Media. According to vocalist, Tomas Lindberg the album was recorded at Parlour Studios in Kettering, UK with producer Russ Russell, who’s known for […]

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Napalm Death’s Shane Embury ranks band’s discography

Posted by on December 13, 2017

Napalm Death’s Shane Embury revealed his ranking of the band’s discography to Decibel. His list is somewhat surprising, especially with 2015’s Apex Predator – Easy Meat landing the #4 spot as well as the shocking twist seeing 1990’s Harmony Corruption at #10. Check out his list below and if you are curious to know his […]

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Napalm Death teaches us how to “Nurse the Hunger” with new song

Posted by on November 29, 2017

Napalm Death have unleashed a brand new song “Nurse The Hunger.” The track is part of Decibel Magazine’s flexi series and it was originally recorded back in 2014. Listen to the heavy tune below and order your copy of it here.

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Narcotic Wasteland mastermind Dallas Toler-Wade’s 10 most influential death metal albums

Posted by on October 13, 2017

Today, Narcotic Wasteland’s sophomore album, Delerium Tremens, was released on Megaforce/MRI. Initially started as a side project by former Nile guitarist Dallas Toler-Wade, the band is now his full time project. Being in such an influential death metal band as Nile, then moving on to Narcotic Wasteland makes the singer/guitarist qualified to talk about death metal, […]

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Volbeat joined onstage by Metallica, Kreator, Napalm Death, and more at hometown gig

Posted by on August 28, 2017

Volbeat recently finished supporting Metallica on their North American WorldWired trek and now they are on a European tour. Over this past weekend (26), the Danish rockers stopped in their hometown at Telia Parken in Copenhagen, Denmark for one memorable performance. Not only did the group pay a tribute to the late Chris Cornell and […]

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Napalm Death selling “Nazi Punks F*ck Off” shirt to benefit anti-racist groups

Posted by on August 17, 2017

The Dead Kennedys’ 1981 single “Nazi Punks Fuck Off” was an iconic song when it came out, but when Napalm Death covered the song in 1993, it became one of their best-known songs too. Given that the alt-right movement, which is pretty much Nazism under a different name, seems to be thriving right now given […]

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