Friday 15 March 2013, 11:52 | By

Napalm Death playing fragile show at V&A

Gigs & Festivals

Napalm Death

Grindcore types Napalm Death are playing a special (and free) show at London’s Victoria & Albert Museum on 22 Mar.

It’s special because the band will be amplifying their set via ‘clay speakers’ designed by ceramics artist Keith Harrison. Yeah, I know what you’re thinking, and you’re right… the speakers are indeed liable to “disintegrate”, depending on the noise and ‘reverb’. Amazing.

Anyway. Info on the show is available via this link.


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