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Napalm Death – Time Waits For No Slave European Tour 2009 at The Rock Copenhagen, Denmark

August 10th, 2009



Napalm Death

Time Waits For No Slave European Tour 2009

The Rock



25/6 – 2009


Review and live pictures by: Anders Sandvall








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Metaltown Festival Frihamnen at Gothenburg, Sweden 2009

August 10th, 2009


Metaltown Festival




26-27/6 – 2009


Review and live pictures by: Anders Sandvall



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Napalm Death, Misery Index, Final Harvest : Nosturi Helsinki Finland

March 1st, 2009


with Misery Index and Final Harvest

The 16th of February 2008

Nosturi Helsinki Finland

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Bloodstock Open Air 2008

October 17th, 2008

All pics and words by HannTu

(except where noted)

For an introduction to what Bloodstock Open Air is all about, check out my preview of it here. Suffice it to say that BOA is the only proper UK outdoor metal festival that is devoted to true metal of all genres. This would be the first time I was making the trip up to the Midlands to cover this amazing festival.

Reaching there late Thursday night, we set up camp and went off to explore. BOA has one of the most random things I’d expect at a metal festival: a shisha tent! Armed with a 1.5 litre bottle of JD and two bongs of shisha, we spent the night there meeting weird and crazy people (Frida from Sweden, if you’re reading this, get in touch!). After a disgusting fry-up at the All-Day Breakfast bar, I went off to bed to catch some shut-eye before Friday’s bands. Good start to BOA!

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South By Southwest (SXSW) 2008

April 8th, 2008


By Robert Williams

South By Southwest (SXSW) is an annual music and film conference/festival held yearly in beautiful Austin, Texas. In the 21 years of its existence, SXSW has served as a launching pad for many unknown bands turned media darlings overnight. For one week in the month of March each year bands from all over the world gather in downtown Austin and showcase their music, their craft, for record executives, media big wigs, and most importantly in my opinion, music lovers!

This all sounds like a splendid and festive occasion with the exception of one detail. SXSW has almost exclusively all but overlooked metal and its many subgenres for its entire existence.

Now I won’t lie. In years past I have seen some cool showcases. Century Media and Relapse usually cart their bands into town, and scattered about my 12 year tenure in Austin I have seen some notable showcases featuring among others In Extremo, Sol Evil, Children Of Bodom, and Grey Skies Fallen. But when 1,400 bands come to town for one week in March each year, you would hope at least, I don’t know, 50-100 of them would be awesome heavy metal, right?

Well, this year Austin got a fair amount of killer metal. Kicking things off on Wednesday, the 12th I had the pleasure of witnessing my first Municipal Waste concert. A day later I got off of work early and headed downtown with some friends and caught a showcase featuring Enslaved, Mixhell, Napalm Death, High On Fire, and the mighty Motorhead.

Lastly, I witnessed the “It’s Grim Up North” showcase featuring Sabaton, 1349 and Enslaved. I partied like a true champion, saw some really, really good performances and got some really solid interviews. Read on metal faithful and I shall guide you through these conversations in steel conducted in my homeland of Austin….Let’s start at the beginning….

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Napalm Death – Guitarist Mitch Harris

September 18th, 2007

Interview By: Simon Lukic< ?xml:namespace prefix = o ns = "urn:schemas-microsoft-com:office:office" />

Transcribed by Narg


Synonymous with the word extreme, Napalm Death has been grinding away since 1982 and is showing no signs of slowing down if the release of 13th album Smear Campaign is any indication. I had the opportunity to talk with guitarist Mitch Harris and was able to cover a few things such as the current tour, the new album and their progression as a band.



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No Mercy Festival – Moonspell / Napalm Death / Behemoth / Dew-Scented / Root / Hades Lab

April 12th, 2007

No Mercy Festival
KOKO Camden, London
10th April 2007

Moonspell / Napalm Death / Behemoth / Dew-Scented / Root / Hades Lab

Review and pics by HannTu

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Napalm Death, DeathBound, The Scourger – Tavastia, Helsinki, Finland

February 3rd, 2007

Napalm Death
DeathBound, The Scourger
The 16th of January 2007
Tavastia Club
Helsinki Finland

By Arto Lehtinen

The legendary British grind core mongers, Napalm Death, haven’t visited Finland for years. The last time Napalm Death did a show, their guitarist, now late, Jesse Pintado was still in the ranks sharing the guitar duties on the stage.  For some weird reason, only a little bit over 100 maniacs had crawled out to testify the show back then. Years passed by till January 2007 when the grind core legends from Birgiham returned to the soil of Finland to cause an ultimate grinding rampage for the four date tour cross Finland. Of course, it was extremely thrilling to witness app. 600 true fans of grind core out to see Napalm Death in the middle of the week.

As usual a couple of Finnish bands had been booked to open and support on the tour. Frankly both the bands fit the bill more than perfectly.  

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Bolt Thrower- Barry Thompson and Karl Willetts

May 14th, 2006

Interview by Arto Lehtinen

Transcription by Gemma Ellis (Thanks!)

Last year, the long time British death metal war mongers Bolt Thrower released a brilliant album called THOSE ONCE LOYAL. The band kicked off a long European tour that for the first time ever saw Bolt Thrower finally visit Finland. It was a plesant suprise to have the opportunity to talk to both Karl and Barry before they unleashed one hell of a gig at Nosturi in front of over 500 maniacs.

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