Grindcore in its pure form at Pol’and’Rock Festival 2023! Meet the British extreme metal band at Czaplinek-Broczyno Airfield this year and feel the power of the Campaign For Musical Destruction!
The history of Napalm Death is as intense as their music. The band was formed in Meriden, England, in 1981 by two teenagers experimenting with anarcho-punk music. Till 1982 the initial squad of the group grew to a team of 4 to take multiple turns and swaps over time. And even though none of the band’s original members has remained in the group, the lineup of vocalist Mark „Barney“ Greenway, bassist Shane Embury, guitarist Mitch Harris and drummer Danny Herrera has been consistent for most of the band’s career.
Napalm Death are credited as pioneers of the grindcore genre by incorporating elements of crust punk and death metal, using a noise-filled sound that uses heavily distorted, down-tuned guitars, grinding overdrive bass, high-speed tempo, blast beats, and vocals which consist of incomprehensible growls, or high-pitched shrieks, extremely short songs, fast tempos, and sociopolitical lyrics.
Over four decades and sixteen studio albums later, they set off for the Campaign For Musical Destruction Tour to conquer the US music stage. In 2023, they are coming for Europe! It is a “must-see” at the 29th Pol’and’Rock Festival. Do not miss it!
The 29th Most Beautiful Festival in the World will be held between 3-5 August 2023 at the former Czaplinek-Broczyno Airfield. Czaplinek is located in the West Pomeranian Voivodeship, Poland, between the Drawsko and Czaplino Lakes, ca. 125 km from Szczecin. The first announced stars of this year's Most Beautiful Festival in the World are Spin Doctors, Biohazard, and Carpenter Brut.
For anyone that’s seen the Santa Cruz hardcore firebrands live, there is no mistaking that fact. DRAIN is not just a good time, it is a party — and everyone is invited!
Love for traditional Irish music, metal and the spirit of rock'n'roll - these elements gave birth to the Dublin's own band The Scratch, which joins the line-up of the Second Stage of the 29th Pol'and'Rock Festival!
Atmospheric Irish sounds and thrilling folk-rock! Saint City Orchestra — a band from the picturesque parts of eastern Switzerland joins the line-up of the Second Stage of the 29th Most Beautiful Festival in the World.