Napalm Death frontman Mark ‘Barney’ Greenway recently addressed rumors, which apparently had been building up, of whether or not he is a homosexual. The always open and opinionated Greenway confirmed that he is in fact, not gay, although he holds no discrimination against those who are.
When asked by ‘Scary Terry’ on his ‘Saturday Nightmare’ radio show (audio here) what one question Greenway wished he had been asked during his career, but hadn’t, the grindcore frontman replied, “Are you gay?” When Terry took the opportunity to be the first to ask Greenway about the issue, he replied, “No, I’m not, but there’s lots of rumors about me out there. I mean, not that it matters. I find it quite amusing; I’m deeply touched by that, actually.”
Greenway continued, “Yeah, I think people sort of put two and two together and make five. Because I’ve always been very open about talking about things like sexuality and stuff, people come up with a miscalculation and just assume that you’re gay. I’m not, but it is quite amusing. But nobody will ever ask me that outright. And I’m always willing to talk about stuff like that. People shouldn’t be afraid of discussing stuff like that openly.”
In our own recent interview with Greenway, we missed the opportunity to talk to Greenway about his sexual orientation, but we did discuss topics with him such as Napalm Death’s latest album, ‘Utilitarian,’ which is currently No. 1 on our Top 10 Metal Albums of 2012 (So Far) list, politics, internet censorship and more.
Napalm Death plan to hit North America soon in support of ‘Utilitarian,’ but the band will be hitting our shores for one date at the 2012 Maryland Deathfest.
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Atlanta-based indie rock trio Mansell has released the official music video for their single "Ghost." The track comes for their latest record Mantra, an eight-song offering that landed in the iTunes Top 100 Alt Chart and led the band to a support slot with Butch Walker earlier this year.
The video was conceptualized by a friend of the band, John Gray. "We all feel like kin to one another, so the understanding and chemistry there on multiple levels was a comfort in letting another artist interpret your music emotionally the way John did," says vocalist Holden Fincher. "He essentially dove into the song for an extensive period, and analyzed it in depth. He would call or we’d be together and he would just say how many times he had really listened to that song to really breathe it in and know it, and we’d discuss every little thing about it. The emotional pulls of the song itself, as well as who we are as artists, and what the project ‘Mantra’ was to us were put …