Napalm Death Launch Campaign For Musical Destruction Tour And New EP

Napalm Death with release a new Digital EP and 7 Inch titled “Logic Ravaged By Brute Force” on February 7th on Century Media Records and also kick off their new Campaign For Musical Destruction tour with Eyhategod, Misery Index, Rotten Sound and Bat.

The EP will be one new song and a cover song of “White Kross” by Sonic Youth as an advance single for their new album to be released later in 2020.

Barney Greenway recently told Metal Mad TV about the album:

“In keeping with NAPALM DEATH custom, we had a vast swathe of new songs with many different flavors. So then naturally we moved into single territory and opted for ‘Logic Ravaged By Brute Force’. It’s the coldness and desperation of the guitar chords and voice that swung it. And then, seeing as SONIC YOUTH mash chords like few others, this cover of ‘White Kross’ just seemed to lift itself beyond the constraints of cover — or filler — song into a bit of a rumbling wall-of-sound epic”.

“One good example of people being treated as the other is this whole thing about immigrants. Not everybody, but there is a certain percentage of the population that looks at them as something different — like, not human, almost. I wanted to challenge that way of thinking. Not only is it the other immigrants or whatever you want to call people that migrate. There’s other things as well — other people who are treated as ‘the other.’ I would suggest simply, generally, that it’s not necessary to treat people differently.”

Napalm Death – “Logic Ravaged By Brute Force” will be available in the following formats as well as digital:

* Black vinyl – Unlimited
* Blue vinyl – 200x copies via CM distro Europe
* Light Green vinyl – 100x copies via CM webshop Europe
* Neon Yellow vinyl – 100x copies via CM webshop USA (out February 28!)
* Orange vinyl – 600x exclusively from the band on the road!

Napalm Death Tour Dates

February
7 – Oberhausen, Germany – Kulttempel
8 – Hamburg, Germany – Gruenspan
11 – Vienna, Austria – Arena
12 – Prague, Czech Republic – Roxy
13 – Leipzig, Germany – Werk 2
14 – Berlin, Germany – Astra
16 – Antwerp, Belgium – Trix
18 – Bournemouth, UK – The Old Fire Station
19 – Cardiff, Wales – Tramshed
20 – Birmingham, UK – O2 Institute
21 – Glasgow, UK – Slay
23 – London, UK – The Electric Ballroom
25 – Haarlem, Netherlands – Patronaat
26 – Saarbrücken, Germany – Garage
27 – Lyon, France – Ninkasi Kao
28 – Nantes, France – Warehouse
29 – Toulouse, France – Metronum

March
1 – Biarritz, France – Atabal
3 – Paris, France – La Machine du Moulin Rouge
4 – Stuttgart, Germany – Im Wizemann
5 – Lindau, Germany – Club Vaudeville
6 – Munich, Germany – Backstage
7 – Zürich, Switzerland – Meh Suff! Winter Fest
8 – Cologne, Germany – Essigfabrik