NAPALM DEATH Announce 7″ and Digital EP Pre-sale

After a highly successful year of international touring and continued work on a new studio album, UK Grindcore pioneers NAPALM DEATH are now pleased to announce a new 7″ / digital EP to be released via Century Media Records on February 7th, 2020. The release will kick off the start of the band’s “Campaign For Musical Destruction” headline European tour alongside EyeHateGod, Misery Index, Rotten Sound and Bat.

The EP entitled Logic Ravaged By Brute Force, includes the brand-new title-track as well as a freshly recorded cover version of “White Kross“, originally performed by Sonic Youth. This Double-A-Side EP is yet another NAPALM DEATH collectible item and is also meant as first teaser for the band’s upcoming studio album, expected for release later in 2020. Pre-order the 7″ EP and digital release HERE.
NAPALM DEATH’s frontman Mark “Barney” Greenway states about the EP, In keeping with NAPALM DEATH custom, we had a vast swathe of new songs with many different flavours. So then naturally we moved into single territory and opted for ‘Logic Ravaged By Brute Force’. It’s the coldness and desperation of the guitar chords and voice that swung it. And then, seeing as Sonic Youth mash chords like few others, this cover of ‘White Kross’ just seemed to lift itself beyond the constraints of cover – or filler – song into a bit of a rumbling wall-of-sound epic”.
The Logic Ravaged By Brute Force 7″ EP will be available in the following versions:
Black vinyl – Unlimited
Blue vinyl – 200x copies via CM Distro Europe
Light Green vinyl – 100x copies via CM Webshop Europe
Neon Yellow vinyl – 100x copies via CM Webshop USA (Out February 28th!) 
Orange vinyl – 600x Exclusively from the band on the road!
w/Eyehategod, Misery Index, Rotten Sound & Bat
07.02.2020 Oberhausen (Germany) – Kulttempel
08.02.2020 Hamburg (Germany) – Gruenspan
09.02.2020 Nuremberg (Germany) – Hirsch
11.02.2020 Vienna (Austria) – Arena
12.02.2020 Prague (Czech Republic) – Roxy
13.02.2020 Leipzig (Germany) – Werk 2
14.02.2020 Berlin (Germany) – Astra
15.02.2020 Mannheim (Germany) – MS Connexion Complex
16.02.2020 Antwerp (Belgium) – Trix
18.02.2020 Bournemouth (UK) – The Old Fire Station
19.02.2020 Cardiff (UK) – Tramshed
20.02.2020 Birmingham (UK) – O2 Institute
21.02.2020 Glasgow (UK) – Slay
23.02.2020 London (UK) – Electric Brixton
25.02.2020 Haarlem (The Netherlands) – Patronaat
26.02.2020 Saarbrücken (Germany) – Garage
27.02.2020 Lyon (France) – Ninkasi Kao
28.02.2020 Nantes (France) – Warehouse
29.02.2020 Toulouse (France) – Metronum
01.03.2020 Biarritz (France) – Atabal
03.03.2020 Paris (France) – La Machine du Moulin Rouge
04.03.2020 Stuttgart (Germany) – Im Wizemann
05.03.2020 Lindau (Germany) – Club Vaudeville
06.03.2020 Munich (Germany) – Backstage
07.03.2020 Zurich (Switzerland) – Züri Gmätzlets Vol. I
08.03.2020 Cologne (Germany) – Essigfabrik
20.03.2020 Vauxhall (UK) – Hammerfest XII*
27.03.2020 Limerick (Ireland) – Dolan’s Warehouse^
28.03.2020 Dublin (Ireland) – Voodoo Lounge^
29.03.2020 Belfast (UK) – Limelight^
*festival date
^one off headline date

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