Napalm Death Premiere “Standardization” Music Video

Napalm Death have premiered a new video for their song “Standardization.” This track is featured on the band’s rarities compilation “Coded Smears And More Uncommon Slurs.” Mark “Barney” Greenway commented:

“Videos I find one of the trickiest mediums to make vibrant and impactful. Costin [Chioreanu], the producer though, had a lot of stuff from our Roadburn Festival presentation which seemed to fit the music quite nicely and reflect the song’s subject matter about the utter despair of a colourless life and desire of a more conservative forces for a homogenous world according to gender, sexuality, human habits and, well, generally everything. No thanks!”

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Napalm Death’s “You Suffer” Gets Immortalized In Bitcoin’s Blockchain

Following the launch of their brand new website, Earache Records have announced their next tech venture. As you probably know by now, Napalm Death’s “You Suffer” was featured on an episode of “Silicon Valley” as an alert to let Gilfoyle know when Bitcoin would drop below a certain price. To celebrate that, Earache made a @NapalmDeathBot Twitter account, which essentially tweets out the price of Bitcoin hourly, along with the lyrics to “You Suffer.” The label have also taken it one step further by encoding “Napalm Death – You suffer but why?” into the blockchain. Owner/founder Digby Pearson commented: “Although we are positive that Napalm Death aren’t going anywhere anytime soon — their Glastonbury performance for us last year proved that — we are now ensuring that the band will now live on forever in the blockchain.” Through the use of Base58, Bitcoin addresses are encoded as a string of alphanumeric text, where comments can be added as a permanent part of the chain.

Napalm Death Stream “Call That An Option?” From New Rarities Compilation “Coded Smears And More Uncommon Slurs”

Napalm Death are streaming “Call That An Option?” off their new rarities compilation “Coded Smears And More Uncommon Slurs.” That effort will be released on March 30.

Cannibal Corpse & Napalm Death Announce 2018 Latin American Tour

Cannibal Corpse and Napalm Death have announced a Latin American tour together. You can see the dates for that run below.

Tour Dates:

09/09 Limeira, BRA – Mirage
09/11 Asuncion, PAR – Sala Garcia Lorca
09/13 Montevideo, URU – Sala Del Museo
09/14 Rio de Janeiro, BRA – Circo Volador
09/15 Sao Paulo, BRA – Carioca Club
09/19 Belo Horizonte, BRA – Music Hall BH
09/21 Manaus, BRA – Teatro Manuara
09/22 Fortazlez, BRA – Espaco Jangada
09/23 Recife, BRA – Baile Perfumado
09/25 Buenos Aires, ARG – Teatro Vorterix
09/26 Santiago, CHL – Teatro Caupolican
09/27 Lima, PER – CC Festiva
09/29 Bogota, COL – Auditorio Mayor
09/30 San Jose, CR – Club Peppers
10/03 San Salvador, ELS – Cifco
10/04 Mexico City, MEX – Pabellon Cuervo
10/06 Queretero, MEX – Auditorio Arteaga
10/07 Guadalaja, MEX – C3 Stage

Napalm Death Stream “Oh So Pseudo” From New Rarities Compilation “Coded Smears And More Uncommon Slurs”

Napalm Death are streaming “Oh So Pseudo” off their new rarities compilation “Coded Smears And More Uncommon Slurs.” That effort will be released on March 30, and it will be available as a 2 CD set, a 2 LP set, and digitally. Pre-orders can be found HERE.

Track Listing:

01. “Standardization”
02. “Oh So Pseudo”
03. “It Failed To Explode”
04. “Losers”
05. “Call That An Option?”
06. “Caste As Waste”
07. “We Hunt In Packs”
08. “Oxygen Of Duplicity”
09. “Paracide”
10. “Critical Gluttonous Mass”
11. “Aim Without An Aim”
12. “An Extract (Strip It Clean)” (feat. Heaven Shall Burn)
13. “Phonetics For The Stupefied”
14. “Suppressed Hunger”
15. “To Go Off And Things”
16. “Clouds Of Cancer / Victims Of Ignorance”
17. “What Is Past Is Prologue”
18. “Like Piss To A Sting”
19. “Where The Barren Is Fertile”
20. “Crash The Pose”
21. “Earthwire”
22. “Will By Mouth”
23. “Everything In Mono”
24. “Omnipresent Knife In Your Back”
25. “Lifeline”
26. “Youth Offender”
27. “No Impediment To Triumph (Bhopal)”
28. “Legacy Was Yesterday”
29. “Outconditioned”
30. “Atheist Runt”
31. “Weltschmerz (Extended Apocalyptic Version)”