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Napalm Death Vocalist Barney Greenway Discusses New Music, Brexit And More

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What more can be said about Napalm Death at this point? Formed over thirty years ago, the band has consistently released superb albums and retained their reputation as one of the best live groups around. Their debut, "Scum" is considered by many to be a classic album which introduced the world to grindcore, a genre they're credited with creating and ever since, they've continued to evolve, resulting in a rich catalogue of material.

Luckily for British fans, when the Persistence Tour rolled into London, the Midlands quartet had been added to an already impressive lineup for one show only and so when the opportunity to speak with Napalm Death's frontman Barney Greenway arose, it was one to grab with both hands. In the interview, Barney spoke about a number of subjects ranging from progress on a new album, the status of guitarist Mitch Harris, his time with Extreme Noise Terror, social issues such as Brexit and austerity, independent cinema and his beloved Aston Villa football club. You can watch the conversation in full below.

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Ollie Hynes has been a writer for Metal Underground.com since 2007 and a metal fan since 2001, going as far as to travel to other countries and continents for metal gigs.

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