Fathers of grindcore Napalm Death have announced what sounds like a rather interesting — and free — show.
Planned for the De La Warr Pavilion in East Sussex November 29, the show sees Napalm Death teaming up with ceramicist Keith Harrison “to depict and destroy a custom-built installation during a one-off live performance.”
DOPE! They’re gonna break stuff while melting faces!
According to Terrorizer, the band will play a special live set through an experimental sculptural sound system constructed by Harrison.
Clad with blue and yellow ceramic tiles, the raw, uncompromising energy of Napalm Death’s music will activate a set of three specially created ceramic sound systems, which will disintegrate as the performance progresses.
Says Harrison: “My interest in Napalm Death started in the late eighties when as a teenager in Birmingham. I would listen to John Peel’s evening radio show when they would appear out of nowhere in jaw dropping fashion, sometimes for no more than a few seconds. The raw, uncompromising energy of Napalm Death will be used to activate a set of three specially created ceramic sound systems based on the group of vivid blue and yellow tiled tower blocks on the Bustleholme Mill Estate, West Bromwich where I was born.”
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