Die britischen Grindcore-Pioniere von NAPALM DEATH kommen auf auf "Deathcrusher"-Tour und stellen ihr fünfzehntes Album "Apex Predator - Easy Meat" live vor. Unten die Daten im Überblick - hochkarätigen Support gibt es auf der Tour von Carcass, Obituary, Voivod & Herod.
"Deathcrusher Tour 2015":
01.11. Gent (Belgium) - De Vooruit
02.11. Köln (Germany) - Live Music Hall
03.11. Geneva (Switzerland) - L'Usine
04.11. Stuttgart (Germany) - LKA Longhorn
05.11. Prague (Czech Republic) - Folimanka Hall
06.11. Magdeburg (Germany) - Factory
11.11. Gdansk (Poland) - B90
12.11. Warsaw (Poland) - Progresja
13.11. Leipzig (Germany) - Täubchenthal
15.11. Vienna (Austria) - Simm City
16.11. Munich (Germany) - Kesselhaus
17.11. Bologna (Italy) - Estragon Club
18.11. Pratteln (Switzerland) - Z7
19.11. Wiesbaden (Germany) - Schlachthof
21.11. Eindhoven (The Netherlands) - Speedfest
NAPALM DEATH live:
07.07. Freiburg (Germany) - Atlantik
09.07. Novi Sad (Serbia) - Exit Festival
10.07. Strasskirchen (Germany) - Plutonium Klub
11.07. Berlin (Germany) - SO36
Ausserdem bieten NAPALM DEATH HIER einen unveröffentlichten Songs aus den Albumsessions zum Download gegen Spende für die Opfer von Nepal an.
Die Band zu dem Projekt:
"Having been fortunate to be invited to Kathmandu just over three years ago to play a gig, I remember fondly the unique, enriching experience that it gave us as a band. When you're bouncing from continent to continent in short spaces of time, it might be very easy to become complacent to where you process all those continents through the same perceptive filter. I think you owe it those who receive you - and to yourself - to have a deeper sense of understanding.
Nepal, therefore, seemed not only a place of striking beauty, but also a tougher place for things that you would normally take for granted e.g. a stage to play on and a place for a concert festival. A wider viewing revealed such grim inequalities - in comparison to the wider world - as people living in holes at the side of the road, which then actually became one of the reference points for our current album, 'Apex Predator - Easy Meat'.
When the earthquake struck on the 25th April 2015, I recalled the general frailty of the buildings in Kathmandu (something which you see on several continents where deprivation makes everyday habitation a very hazardous experience) and could already imagine the consequences - I didn't necessarily need to view the inevitable volume of TV / internet footage.
Shane, our bass player, was already thinking of what Napalm Death could do to alleviate things in our own small way and knowing that Bill Gould from Faith No More had been involved in the region, Shane was kindly directed by him to the DZI. We like the fact that the community has an overriding hand in deciding how to best use resources, and the spirit of independence that the DZI encourages is something that runs in parallel with the ethos of Napalm Death.
We therefore present an exclusive track from the aforementioned album session written by our guitarist, Mitch Harris - to raise funds for the work and resources required through the DZI. The lyrics can be interpreted in several different ways, but to me they signify acknowledging and embracing humanity beyond the relentless march of technology. Perhaps somewhat apt here.
Please give what you can to aid the rebuilding of people's lives - and bathe in the sonic extremity."