The Invisible Orange (www.theinvisibleorange.com) presents UK-based grindcore pioneers Napalm Death at the Rickshaw for the closing date of their Canadian tour. Sponsored by ABORT Magazine (www.ABORTmag.com), Absolute Underground (www.absoluteunderground.com) and LiveVan (www.livevan.com).
NAPALM DEATH recently entered Parlour Studio in Kettering, U.K. with longtime producer Russ Russell to begin recording its 14th album for a tentative February 2012 release via Century Media Records.
NAPALM DEATH has contributed a brand new track called "Legacy Was Yesterday" to Decibel magazine's monthly flexi disc series. The song — the band's first new material since 2009's "Time Waits for No Slave" LP — was recorded at Rapture Audio with James Walford and mastered by Russ Russell. The track is now available for streaming here: http://soundcloud.com/decibelmagazine/napalm-death-legacy-was
Vancouver-based Golers has been battering audiences with aggressive thrash/punk since 1999. Now on their fourth album, the band continues to take its humorous lyrics and melt-your-face-off riffs to the international stage.
Classifying themselves as 'Star Wars-inspired pornogrind,' Zuckuss brings a medley of grindcore and death metal to the Vancouver scene and leaves no listener unscathed--even on Tatooine. 2011 marks a new beginning for Zuckuss, with several lineup changes, tour dates and preparations for a new album in the works.
Gross Misconduct (www.grossmisconduct.net)
Influenced by many of metal’s sub-genres but aligned with none, local outfit Gross Misconduct combines classic, melodic song structures with the brutal aggression of today’s death, thrash and grind scenes to create a unique hybrid of unparalleled modern metal.