Thursday, September 24, 2020

Napalm Death Trudge On With "Throes Of Joy" & Brave The Cold Deliver A Debut With "Scarcity"

One of the elite grindcore metal bands, Napalm Death recently released their new studio album "Throes Of Joy In The Jaws Of Defeatism." The dozen tracks that make up the new album are nothing short of mind-numbing chaos that will have you screaming for more once its done. One thing that the band has learned over the course of four decades is to not soften the edges of their sound, as displayed in the aggressive clash of "The Curse Of Being In Thrall" and "Zero Gravitas Chamber." Napalm Death blast through the classic thrash metal sound of "Contagion," while "Invigorating Clutch" grinds down their sound with a solid guitar buzz. The band's energy is undeniable in the adrenaline blast of "Fluxing The Muscle," before delivering the most mainstream track on the album, the nostalgic heavy metal romp of "Amoral." Napalm Death wrap up their new album with the three-minute, head-bashing attack of the title song "Throes Of Joy In The Jaws Of Defeatism," along with the experimental, industrial metal appeal of "A Belly Of Salt And Spleen." To find out more about Napalm Death and their latest release "Throes Of Joy In The Jaws Of Defeatism," please visit

Napalm Death guitarist Mitch Harris is also preparing to release the debut album from his side project Brave The Cold. Harris teams up with drummer Dirk Verbeuren (Megadeth) to deliver "Scarcity," which features eleven new bone-crushing tracks, beginning with with the sonic blast of "Blind Eye," as Harris steps up to deliver the album's punishing hardcore metal vocals. The duo take a note form Napalm Death with the aggressive, grinding delivery of "Hallmark Of Tyranny," before speeding things up into overdrive with the shear force of "Monotheist" and "Apparatus." They deliver the ultimate modern death metal masterpiece with "Upheaval," as Harris and Verbeuren pour all their energy into this pillar of perfection. Brave The Cold close out their new album with the solid hardcore groove of "Necromatrix" and the aggressive finale of "Shame And Ridicule." To find out more about Brave The Cold and their latest release "Scarcity," please visit

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