NAPALM DEATH: Live Video Posted Online
A live video of NAPALM DEATH performing the song "Silence Is Deafening" at the Crocodile Rock Cafe in Allentown, PA during the Monsters Of Mayhem tour has been posted online at the UVTV (Underground Video Television) web site.
As previously reported, the highly-anticipated new NAPALM DEATH video for "When All Is Said and Done" is now available on Century Media's YouTube page. The clip was shot by up-and-coming director Kevin Wildt (INTO ETERNITY). Click here to check it out.
NAPALM DEATH recently completed an extremely successful run on the Monsters of Mayhem U.S. tour with HATEBREED, THE BLACK DAHLIA MURDER, EXODUS, FIRST BLOOD and DESPISED ICON in support of "Smear Campaign", their highly acclaimed new album. The disc, produced once again with Russ Russel, is an uncompromising, ferocious assault that continues to address serious social issues that plague today's society.
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