NAPALM DEATH's MITCH HARRIS Selling Guitar Used On 'The Code Is Red'

Guitarist Mitch Harris of British/American grindcore pioneers NAPALM DEATH has posted the following message on the band's Facebook page:

"I'm selling my custom Moser Flying V guitar, handmade by Neal, designer of the B.C Rich Mocking Bird. Guitar is in pristine condition, and I used it on [NAPALM DEATH's] 'The Code Is Red, Long Live The Code'. Anyone interested, please make an offer to my inbox. I will ship anywhere in the world."

NAPALM DEATH recently completed work on its 14th studio album (excluding the cover album "Leaders Not Followers"). This new piece of brutality is entitled "Utilitarian", and it will hit stores on February 27 in Europe and February 28 in North America via the band's longtime partner, Century Media Records. The cover artwork perfectly fits the album's theme and was created by the Danish artist Frode Sylthe, who is also responsible for THE HAUNTED's "rEVOLVEr" artwork.


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