Napalm Death‘s Harmony Corruption turns 30 on July 1. And Shane Embury and Mitch Harris look back on three decades of a death/grind landmark.
Four new four Napalm Death LPs—Smear Campaign, Time Waits for No Slave, Utilitarian and Apex Predator – Easy Meat—get the reissue treatment with an assist from Decibel.
The ambient sounds of Dark Sky Burial are the latest essential musical works from the restless creative mind of Napalm Death’s Shane Embury.
We have a limited number of advance copies of the April issue of Decibel, featuring an exclusive Satan flexi disc, available now. Don’t blow it.
Sink Fast… Let Go! is a proper Birmingham England-style ESB (Extra Special Bitter) brewed exclusively for Decibel Magazine Metal & Beer Fest: Philly!
Napalm Death release first new song in years in advance of their special set at Decibel Magazine Metal & Beer Fest on April 3.
Extreme music legends Napalm Death to release new 7-inch in February, pre-orders available now!
“Metal & Beer” tickets for Metal & Beer Fest Philly 2020 are guaranteed to sell out in advance—get yours before it’s too late!
Watch a video of Napalm Death’s Shane Embury performing with hip-hop group Gunshot on live TV.
Stream a brand new Napalm Death song.
What’s it like to suddenly find oneself a member of grind lagends/trailblazers Napalm Death? Touring guitarist John Cooke gives us an inside look.
Continuing the fun that our Napalm Death special issue started, here we examine and rank the band’s four “wilderness years” albums from worst to best.
We chatted with legendary punk vocalist Jello Biafra for our new Napalm Death special issue. Here’s more from that conversation.
Taken from the pages of our limited edition Napalm Death Special Issue, Napalm’s legendary bassist orders the extreme metal institution’s LP discography.
Jamey Jasta of Hatebreed appeared in our Napalm Death special issue talking about the grind legends. Read more of our chat with him right here.
We inducted The Code Is Red… Long Live the Code by Napalm Death into our Hall of Fame in our recent special Napalm Death issue; here, we rank the songs from worst to best.
Hear and acquire the new, limited edition Napalm Death flexi disc single, featuring an exclusive new song, now!
This limited edition Napalm Death special issue is packed with 100% all-new, all-Napalm content and flexi disc featuring an exclusive new Napalm Death song called “Nurse the Hunger.” Get it now!
Shane Embury is pulling a very demanding triple duty on the upcoming European Campaign for Musical Destruction tour; we caught up with him to get the lowdown.
Napalm Death frontman Barney Greenway talks about his hopes for peace and dignity in the world in FreqsTV’s latest episode of Anchors to Asphalt.
Even Napalm Death had growing pains. Our latest Justify Your Shitty Taste defends that era of the legendary grindcore band.
For our first instalment of That Tour Was Awesome, we speak with members of Bolt Thrower, Carcass, Morbid Angel, and Napalm Death about the legendary Grindcrusher UK 1989 jaunt.
Did you catch Napalm Death in the past couple of months when they rolled through your town? If not, you missed one of the most eclectic tour packages of 2016. We caught up with vocalist Mark “Barney” Greenway ahead of the band’s first of two sold-out shows at Slim’s in San Francisco to talk about how the “Savage Imperial Death March Tour” came about, the logistics of grindin’ for six straight weeks and, of course, the three-ring circus that is American politics.
Napalm Death, the Melvins and Melt Banana will begin their triumphant month-plus trek across the States (and a couple Canadian cities) this Saturday, March 26th in Phoenix, AZ. When ND’s Shane Embury twisted our ear about a possible oddball interview between himself and the Melvins’ own King Buzzo, there was no question.
Sure, the more populous mid-Atlantic cities are a safer bet for metal acts looking to earn a decent night’s pay, but Frederick, MD has been starved long enough for our underground metal love to get passionate and sloppy. Look at what happens when Napalm Death and friends drop by.
This particular iteration of Napalm Death was notably short-lived, but the sheer amount the quartet was able to accomplish in a two-year run between the summer of ’87 and summer of ’89 is absolutely mental.
Two legendary bands from opposite ends of the extreme music spectrum make November’s Decibel a must-read: Iron Maiden gallops onto their fourth dB cover, and Napalm Death grinds out their second Hall of Fame.
One of the reasons Napalm Death has been so successful is their relationship with producer Russ Russell. Russell has worked with the band since 2000 and will probably be with them when they are making albums in their 70s. He joined us from England for a chat on working with the grind legends.
Folks, that’s an animated Barney Greenway. Consider us chuffed. Napalm Death was recently featured on our cover in conjunction with the release of their massive new album Apex Predator-Easy Meat. In our story last month Greenway told us: “I know it sounds sickeningly upbeat but I’ve never gone into a show and been in the…
February’s Napalm Death cover story opens with three full paragraphs pertaining to Barney Greenway’s undergarments. No, we haven’t gone full Maxim (although we know you’re still eagerly anticipating the sequel to the Hottest Doodz in Metal). Napalm, after all, are a band who’s most recent album was called Utilitarian, and writer Justin Norton is merely…