Capital Chaos captured British grindcore pioneers NAPALM DEATH performing their classic "Suffer the Children" on February 28, 2008 at The Boardwalk in Orangevale, California on the "Bound By The Road Tour". Also appearing on the bill were DEVILDRIVER, 36 CRAZYFISTS, STRAIGHT LINE STITCH and INVITRO.Watch the footage below. NAPALM DEATH's current six-week-plus trek will mark the end of the "Smear Campaign" touring cycle. The group's frontman, Barney Greenway, previously stated about the current tour and upcoming recording plans, "I think we'll be bringing back 'Greed Killing' and 'Necessary Evil' (well, that's the plan at this point) and otherwise it's going to be breathless, fast, heavy and spontaneous. The setlist will feature some 'Scum' stuff to 'Smear Campaign' and something of everything else — all in a pleasant 45-minute package. Yummy! Otherwise, we are finally discussing and planning the nucleus of the next album. Don't have any finished songs yet and not really any lyrics that I want to mention — in case they end up not being used. If this all sounds vague, it doesn't mean that we won't have an album ready to go by August. We don't fuck around when the prospect of progress dawns. I did get a tiny sneak listen of one or two of Shane's [Embury, bass] songs he's working on — and they are crazy chaotic-fast-hardcore-mongous. I think we may also further develop the SWANS-esque/avant garde angle a little more too in places."
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