NAPALM DEATH Enters The Studio

July 25, 2008

After completing their highly successful European tour with SUFFOCATION and Century Media labelmates WARBRINGER, British grindcore pioneers NAPALM DEATH have entered the studio to record the highly anticipated follow-up to 2006's "Smear Campaign".

Commented vocalist Mark "Barney" Greenway: "As always, when trying to decide when we should enter the studio, we threw a dart at a dartboard and, sadly, for all our sanities' sakes, it landed on a date which was sooner rather than later. It's all working out good with about 10-12 songs complete thus far. It will be intense, naturally, and like always we'll be looking to move things along a notch production-wise and stylistically. Conceptually, it will, generally speaking, be a tale of analyzing life and stripping it back to the point where I'm asking the question: why are we killing ourselves to get ahead and not appreciating the real simplistic, beautiful things around us? If that sounds hippy-ish, I don't care, ha ha."

NAPALM DEATH will interrupt its studio work only for a few festival shows this summer and will keep you updated on the recording process.

Upcoming NAPALM DEATH shows:

Jul. 25 - Lichtenvoorde – Zwarte Cross, Netherlands
Jul. 26 - Hrachovec – Hrachovka Festival, Czech Republik
Aug. 16 - Derby - Bloodstock Open Air, Great Britain
Oct. 03 - Lichtenfels - WOD Festival, Germany
Oct. 25 - Leeds – Damnation Fest, Great Britain
Oct. 31 - Chalon Sur Saone – La Peniche, France
Nov. 01 - Nancy – Láutre Canal, France
Nov. 02 - Vitry Le Francois – Orange Bleue, France

NAPALM DEATH European tour report:

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