​Napalm Death releases new video with animation and live footage

The British grindcore/death metallers Napalm Death released the second video "How The Years Condemn", filmed for the song from the band’s new album "Apex Predator — Easy Meat". The music video was created with live footage, shoted during Napalm Death’s concert in North America by Doug Brown, as well as animation created by the Romanian artist Costin Chioreanu.

"Subject-wise I think this is one of the more open-ended of the tracks that we have in the sense that everybody has their own ideas toward living a vibrant and fulfilling life. To me, Costin expertly captured some elements that can be detrimental to that and keep us in a bubble: becoming progressively stupefied by television / mass media... leaving unnecessary burdens upon another person sharing life with us... only seeing an altered perspective through the bottom of a bottle or suchlike" — the vocalist Mark 'Barney Greenway comments: "Don't misunderstand, this is not an anti-alcohol / intoxicant song — as some might conclude — but more to understand that any form of stimulant that controls us rather us controlling it (from TV to drugs and many things inbetween) really can impair and reduce the quality of life that is possible for our finite time on earth."

The release of the album "Apex Predator — Easy Meat" took place in 2015’s late January via Century Media Records.

Napalm Death’s upcoming performances will be held on September 11 and 12 in Frederick and Cave-In-Rock, the USA. In October, the band will play five concerts in Russia and one show on October 11 in Japan. In the same month, the band with Carcass, Obituary, Voivod and Herod will go on the European "Deathcrusher Tour 2015", which will last from October 23 to November 29. All the group’s concert dates can be found by following the link.

This January, Napalm Death presented the animated video for the song "Smash A Single Digit", created from 1093 unique drawings.