Po desetiletém čekání od jejich první prezentace na Obscene Extreme Festivalu zažijí konečně MUNICIPAL WASTE unikátní atmosféru trutnovského areálu Na Bojišti. Jak je to možné? Prostě se tahle cháska svým vystoupením zrovna trefila do jediného vynuceného přesunu v areálu ve Svojšicích, který proběhl právě v roce 2009. Takže vlastně půjde o premiéru!

Za těch dlouhých deset let se z thrash/hardcore překvapení a nováčka velkých pódií stala kultovní kapela, kterou si zvou organizátoři na své festivaly již pouze jako headlinera. Přesun z Earache labelu k Nuclear Blast byl vlastně téměř samozřejmostí. Takže úlovek to pro Obscene Extreme Festival 2019 je téměř kapitální!!!


Municipal Waste is a crossover thrash band from Richmond, Virginia, formed in 2001. To date, the band has released six studio albums, three EPs and four splits. They have gone through several line-up changes, leaving vocalist Tony Foresta and guitarist Ryan Waste as the only constant members. In addition to Foresta and Waste, their current lineup includes Nick "Nikropolis" Poulos on guitar, Philip "Landphil" Hall on bass and Dave Witte on drums.

Municipal Waste was formed in Richmond, Virginia in 2000. Municipal Waste played their first show at a Richmond New Year's Eve Keg party in 2000/2001. The band was blamed for inciting a small riot. The band took musical influences from crossover thrash bands such as D.R.I., Suicidal Tendencies, Animosity-era Corrosion of Conformity, Nuclear Assault and Attitude Adjustment. Municipal Waste toured throughout 2001 and 2002 in the USA and Mexico. The band released two split albums—one 7" with Bad Acid Trip, the other being a 12" with Crucial Unit. They also had tracks on a number of compilations. In 2002 Brendan Trache left, being replaced by Brandon Ferrell, shortly before the Tango and Thrash on Amendment Records and Waste 'Em All was released on Six Weeks Records. Following the release of Waste 'Em All, both Andy Harris and Brandon Ferrell left the band, being replaced by drummer Dave Witte and bassist "LandPhil".

In 2005, Municipal Waste signed to Earache Records and recorded the Hazardous Mutation album. During 2005 and 2006, Municipal Waste shot a video for "Unleash the Bastards", with a censored and non-censored version.

In June 2007, Municipal Waste toured with Destruction in the United States, before heading into the studio with Hatebreed and Shadows Fall producer Zeuss, to record their next album The Art of Partying. The band followed this up with a headline tour of Europe, a tour with The Haunted and spots at Wacken Open Air in Germany and Reading and Leeds Festivals. They also went on the road with Suicidal Tendencies. A video was then recorded for the track "Headbanger Face Rip," which was filmed by Troma Entertainment.

In 2007, the band received great acclaim from the music press, with a top five album of the year placing in Sweden's Close Up magazine and top twenty positions in Big Cheese and Kerrang! They also were on the front cover of Metal Maniacs magazine but also made several appearances in NME.

They performed at the UK's Download Festival on June 15, 2008. They also joined At the Gates on their "Suicidal Final Tour" along with Darkest Hour, Toxic Holocaust and Repulsion.

In 2010, the band was confirmed as being part of the soundtrack for Namco Bandai Games' 2010 remake of Splatterhouse.

As early as August 2014, Municipal Waste began working on their sixth studio album, Slime and Punishment, which was released on June 23, 2017

Ryan Waste - Guitar   ·   Dave Witte - Drums   ·   Landphil - Bass   ·   Tony Foresta - Vocals   ·   Nick Poulos - Guitar


Datum vydání Název nahrávky Média
2017 Slime and Punishment (2017, Nuclear Blast Records)
2012 The Fatal Feast (2012, Nuclear Blast Records)
2012 "Scion Presents: Municipal Waste (2012, Scion Audio Visual) EP
2012 Garbage Pack (2012, Night of the Vinyl Dead Records) EP
2012 Toxic Waste (w/ Toxic Holocaust) (2012, Tankcrimes Records)
2009 Massive Aggressive (2009, Earache Records)
2007 The Art of Partying (2007, Earache Records)
2005 Hazardous Mutation (2005, Earache Records)
2005 Louder Than Hell (2005, Six Weeks Records)
2003 Waste 'Em All (2003, Six Weeks Records)
2003 Tango and Thrash (w/Bad Acid Trip) (2003, Mordar Records)
2002 Municipal Waste / Crucial Unit (2002, Six Weeks Records)
2001 Municipal Waste (2001, Amendment Records / Busted Heads Records) EP


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