Grindcore Napalm Death in city
LONGSTANDING grindcore band Napalm Death headline at Club Revolution this weekend.
Celebrating 30 years as a band, the Birmingham group have written some of the scene’s most extreme music and maintained a large number of devoted fans throughout.
The band were initially inspired by the early wave of punk bands such as Crass.
Napalm Death are putting the finishing touches to Utilitarian, their 15th studio album, and it’s due for release on February 27.
The record was engineered by Russ Russell and Napalm Death in Wales before being mastered at Parlour Studios in Kettering.
The band headline the Peterborough venue tomorrow night.
Doors open at 7pm and tickets cost £15 in advance from www. ticketweb.co.uk. Support is from The Infernal Sea and Komatyzed.
The venue also hosts an impressive looking Christmas party on December 23, with Whisky Jax, We Are Fiction and Radicus all on the bill. The Brink headline The Met on the same night.
Tickets have also gone on sale for the Dirty Sanchez live gig at Club Revolution on February 4. To book visit www.ticketweb.co.uk.