NAPALM DEATH: More European Dates Announced

British extreme metal pioneers NAPALM DEATH have lined up the following European dates during the coming months:

Jun. 03 - Casablanca (MA) @ Reborn Festival
Jun. 29 - Masnou El Mansou (E) @ In The Beach Festival
Jun. 30 - Roitzschjora (D) @ With Full Force Festival
Jul. 01 - Vigo Meano (I) @ Metalparty Festival
Jul. 02 - Cuneo (I) @ Nuvolari Fest
Jul. 03 - Roma(I) @ Forte Prenestino
Jul. 05 - Cagliari (I) @ Transilvania Live
Jul. 29 - Steenwijk (NL) @ Stonehenge Festival
Aug. 12 - Prague (CZ) @ Brutal Assault Festival
Aug. 14 - Szczytno (PL) @ Hunterfestival

NAPALM DEATH recently entered Foel Studios in Wales, England to begin recording the follow-up to last year's "The Code Is Red… Long Live The Code", tentatively due before the end of 2006 via Century Media Records.

Commented NAPALM DEATH vocalist: "After working our arses off on new stuff for the last couple of months, we kind of slipped into the studio when no one was looking. This thing is already sounding totally immense — even better than 'Code...', from where I'm standing. It's fast and furious, as you'd expect, but we're also throwing a few curveballs in, in true ND tradition. Can't wait for everyone to hear it."

NAPALM DEATH's new CD, tentatively titled "Smear Campaign", will include the following working songtitles, among others: "Persona Nongrata", "Smear Campaign" and "Call That an Option?"

NAPALM DEATH toured North America earlier this year with KREATOR, and in fall 2005 supporting SUFFOCATION. The band recently recorded a cover of SICK OF IT ALL's "Who Sets the Rules" for a 20th anniversary tribute album that will be released later this through Century Media Records.


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