NAPALM DEATH To Headline Holland's STONEHENGE FESTIVAL

British grindcore pioneers NAPALM DEATH have been confirmed as the headliners of the Stonehenge Festival, set to take place July 28 at De Buze in Steenwijk, The Netherlands. The festival billing is shaping up as follows:

NAPALM DEATH
DETONATION
FUELBLOODED
THRONAR
THE LUCIFER PRINCIPLE
AXAMENTA
ONE BULLET LEFT

Five more bands will be announced soon.

For more information, visit www.stonehengefestival.nl.

As previously reported, the 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 a U.S. tour in support of "Smear Campaign", the band's 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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