Grind­core Na­palm Death in city

The Peterborough Evening Telegraph - - The Guide -

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. tick­ 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.tick­

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