Well, get yourself along to Victoria & Albert Museum on the 22nd of March. Yes, that’s right. The V&A.
Combining ceramics with death grindcore sounds like something which would come from the mind of a madman. The madman in this case is Keith Harrison, the V&A’s resident ceramics expert. Napalm Death‘s 30-minute set is, apparently, “a riposte to the lunchtime recital, a succession of short, experimental shocks within the structure of the institution.”
I really don’t actually understand what that means. The important bits are: “Napalm Death” and “free”.
For further details and to get tickets, go to the V&A’s website.