NAPALM DEATH: New Album Preview Available Online
Five songs from the upcoming NAPALM DEATH album, "The Code is Red...Long Live the Code", will be streamed online at the German Metal Hammer web site. Each day this week, a new song will be added to the page, beginning with "Silence Is Golden". Check it out at this location.
"The Code Is Red… Long Live The Code" was recorded at Foel Studios with producer Russ Russell and features guest appearances by Jello Biafra (ex-DEAD KENNEDYS), Jamey Jasta (HATEBREED) and Jeff Walker (ex-CARCASS).
Commented frontman Mark "Barney" Greenway: "What more can I tell you? Well, it's a ripper — fast, progressive and a nice bit of art-noise. With Jello Biafra, Jamey Jasta and Jeff Carcass along for the ride, we hope it'll take your heads off — or at least get you thinking with them."
"The Code is Red...Long Live the Code" is scheduled for release in Europe on April 25 via Century Media Records.
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