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12th February 2017

napalm death

Napalm Death will undertake a headlining run across European together with Brujeria and Power Trip during April and May under the very suitable banner 'Campaign For Musical Destruction'.

Mark 'Barney' Greenway checked in with the following comment: "It's been absurdly long since we did anything resembling a proper European tour. To make up for it, it's nice then that we can bring along a box of crazies like Brujeria - certainly not run-of-the-mill. And Power Trip are, like, the good bits of that crossover thing from back in the day.

"And for our part we'll be digging out a few sweet treats from the annals of Napalm Death. We are officially as excited as small children."

And here are all the tour dates:

With Brujeria and Power Trip:
25th April: Copenhagen (Denmark) – Amager Bio
26th April: Gothenburg (Sweden) – Pustervik
27th April: Stockholm (Sweden) – Kraken STHLM
28th April: Flensburg (Germany) – Roxy
29th April: Magdeburg (Germany) – Factory
30th April: Haarlem (The Netherlands) – Patronaat
1st May: Köln (Germany) – Underground
2nd May: Berlin (Germany) – SO36
4th May: Krakow (Poland) – Kwadrat Klub
5th May: Brno (Czech Republic) – Klub Fléda
6th May: Kassel (Germany) – K19
7th May: Saarbrücken (Germany) – Garage
9th May: Birmingham (UK) – O2 Institute
10th May: Glasgow (UK) – Classic Grand
11th May: Manchester (UK) – Rebellion
12th May: London (UK) – The Electric Ballroom
13th May: Paris (France) – Le Glazart
14th May: Antwerpen (Belgium) – Zappa
16th May: Six-Fours-Les-Plages (France) – Espace André Malraux
17th May: Geneva (Switzerland) – L'Usine
18th May: Bologna (Italy) – Zona Roveri
19th May: Karlsruhe (Germany) – NCO Club
20th May: München (Germany) – Backstage
21st May: Eindhoven (The Netherlands) – Effenaar

Other Napalm Death tour dates 2017:
17th March: Limerick (Ireland) – Dolans Warehouse
18th March: Dublin (Ireland) – Voodoo Lounge
19th March: Belfast (Northern Ireland) – Limelight 2
24th March: Haven (UK) – Hammerfest
31st March: Moita/Lisboa (Portugal) – Moita Metal Fest
8th April: Erica (The Netherlands) – Pitfest
10th April: Kiev (Ukraine) – Monte Ray
11th April: Vilnius (Lithuania) – Legendos Club
12th April: Riga (Latvia) – Melna Piektdiena
13th April: Tallin (Estonia) – Club Tapper
14th April: St. Petersburg (Russia) – Opera Club
15th April: Kaliningrad (Russia) – Yalta Club
16th April: Moscow (Russia) – Volta Club
17th April: Yekaterinburg (Russia) – TeleClub
19th April: Tbilisi (Georgia) – Night Office
20th April: Erevan (Armenia) – Vitamin Club
7th July: Viveiro (Spain) – Resurrection Fest
3rd August: Wacken (Germany) – Wacken Open Air

Napalm Death’s latest and much acclaimed fifteenth album release, 'Apex Predator - Easy Meat', managed to enter the sales charts in several countries across the world upon release, with the following highest positions: Germany: #36, Switzerland: #64, France: #69, Greece: #60, Belgium (Flemish): #103, Belgium (Wallonia): #111, UK: #120, UK Rock Chart: #15, US Top 200: #113, US New Artist Top 50: #2.

Check out the promotional video clips for the 'Apex Predator – Easy Meat' album here:

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