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Napalm Death

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Napalm Death, Extreme Noise Terror, Bolt Thrower: ULU, London

Live Review by Steven Wells, New Musical Express, 11 March 1989


Napalm Death: Harmony Corruption (Earache LP/CD)

Review by Steven Wells, New Musical Express, 1 September 1990

WHAT DO you do when you've reached the outer limits of the known universe? That's the question that haunts the makers of the Star Trek ...

Napalm Death: Harmony Corruption (Earache) ***½

Review by Ralph Traitor, Sounds, 1 September 1990

No harmony done ...

Napalm Death: A Rage Of Reason

Interview by Paul Elliott, Sounds, 8 September 1990

Napalm Death are back, and as terrifying as ever but 1990 sees the band advancing musically as Paul Elliott discovers. ...

Napalm Death: The Wailing Ultimate

Interview by Paul Lester, Melody Maker, 8 September 1990

Despite years off personnel traumas and line-up changes, NAPALM DEATH are still the same extreme noise terrorists they were in the mid-'80s. With their third, ...

Cod Piece In Our Time

Overview by Stuart Maconie, New Musical Express, 19 January 1991

Bring your good taste to be slaughtered! To mark Iron Maiden's ground-breaking success (any bleedin' excuse — Ed), STUART MACONIE investigates the subtle and many-faceted ...

Napalm Death: End of an Earache

Report and Interview by Steven Wells, New Musical Express, 4 January 1992

Two weeks ago STEVEN WELLS parachuted into Moscow to witness first hand the mega f— off potential of born-again frash warriors NAPALM DEATH. Today, the ...

Melvins, Napalm Death: Garage, London

Live Review by Ian Fortnam, New Musical Express, 21 May 1994

THIS MUCH we know: having long since rejected such trifling notions as tunes, melody and coherent vocals, Napalm Death have concentrated their efforts on creating ...

Napalm Death: Fear, Emptiness, Despair (Earache/All Formats)

Review by Steven Wells, New Musical Express, 21 May 1994

WHAT CAN you say about a band who defined the very genre of which they are a part? ...

Noise International: It’s Napalm Death for World Music

Report and Interview by Ian Christe, Alternative Press, August 1994

THE LANGUAGE OF death metal can be as undecipherable to outsiders as street grafitti, but the meaning is as clear: "Stay away – I ...

Napalm Death, Obituary, Machine Head: The Palace, Los Angeles CA

Live Review by Steffan Chirazi, Kerrang!, 24 September 1994

Death Metal kings Napalm Death and Obituary slay LA! Monstrous Machine Head march on! ...


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