Monday, December 5, 2011

December Update

Skate board decks are now available. They are $50 + shipping , contact us at for ordering.

Also there are a few small size t-shirts left over from our September US/CDN tour. Contact us if you're interested.

We will be recording our upcoming LP the last week of December, to be released through Rust and Machine in the spring. We'll also be doing a few additional recordings in February for future EPs and splits. Then we hit the road again in the spring. See you then!

Wednesday, October 19, 2011

Back Home

Thanks to everyone that helped book, promote and put us up this year! good fucking times on the road!
Plans for next year - We are finishing up writing for our first full length! it will be out on Rust and Machine records in early spring, then we hit the road again! I will post info on where/when we are going this time around when we figure out our schedule. if you want us to come play your area get into contact via

Thursday, June 9, 2011

Fall US/CND Tour

Updates of our Fall CDN/US Tour, contact us if you can help with anything!

If you can help us with a show in Wisconsin, please contact

Sept 1st - Montreal, QC - Cafe Chaos
Sept 2nd - Albany, NY - Valentin's
Sept 3rd - Cleveland, OH - Now That's Class
Sept 4th - Detroit, MI - C.A.I.D.
Sept 5th - Chicago, IL - Rancho Huevos
Sept 6th - Kenosha, WI - Hattrix
Sept 7th - Appleton, WI - Maritime
Sept 8th - Minneapolis, MN - Hill Valley
Sept 9th - Lawrence, KS - The Overlook
Sept10th - Denver, CO - Blastomat
Sept11th - Salt Lake City, UT - Raunch Records
Sept12th - Boisie, ID - Liquid Lounge
Sept13th - Seattle, WA - GLC
Sept14th - Portland, OR - Black Water
Sept17th - Vancouver, BC - Distort Fest
Sept20th - Kamloops, BC - Little Big House
Sept21st - Calgary, AB - Former Fun House
Sept22nd - Edmonton, AB - DV8
Sept24th - Saskatoon, SK - Walkers
Sept25th - Winnipeg, MN - The Death Trap
Sept27th - Sudbury, ON - Serbian Center
Sept28th - Kitchener, ON - The Hive
Sept29th - Toronto, ON - Hard Luck Bar
Sept30th - Ottawa, ON - TBA
Oct 1st - Montreal, QC - Death House

WEST COAST TOUR July 1st - 29th

The dates for the west coast tour have basically been changing everyday due to shows falling through. Thanks to everyone that has helped us cover our fucked up dates.

July 1st - Vancouver, BC
July 2nd - Squamish, BC - Fastcore Fest
July 3rd - Kamloops, BC
July 4th - Vancouver, BC
July 5th - Victoria, BC
July 6th – Seattle, WA
July 7th - Olympia, WA
July 8th - Portland, OR - Last Hours Fest
July 9th - Eugene, OR
July 10th - Arcata, CA
July 11th - Santa Rosa, CA
July 12th - Richmond, CA
July 14th - Concord, CA
July 15th - Los Angeles, CA
July 17th - San Diego, CA
July 19th - Phoenix, AZ
July 21th - Las Vegas, NV
July 22nd - Fresno, CA
July 23rd - San Francisco, CA
July 24th - Eugene, OR
July 25th - Salem, OR
July 26th - Portland, OR
July 28th - Bremerton, WA
July 29th - Seattle, WA - Hunting Parties Fest
July 30th - Vancouver, BC - GHPR Fest

Wednesday, June 8, 2011

Proskates 25th Anniversary with Skull Skates and Napalm Raid

Pro Skates 25th Anniversary with Skull Skates & Napalm Raid from Anthony Cooper on Vimeo.

Trail of The World Reviews


All the fury of this Canadian crust three-piece’s live shows is compressed onto their first 7” of new material (The first 7” was a re-release of the demo). Not only is this raw and raging crust in all its gritty glory, but this is also some of the most tight and technical-sounding punk you’ll find in any subgenre. Three originals, plus a cover of “Misery,” by Bastard make this a solid EP that should be added to your collection immediately.
–Paul J. Comeau


4 tracks of pounding crust-core from Nova Scotia that mixes in some Japanese style and some fast thrash, but with its feet firmly planted on an early English style a la DOOM. With lyrics that deal with the futility of hate, unjust cops, and the war we rage against the earth, there is plenty of rage here.

The raw style of the recording brings to mind the demo tape trading days of the late 80's and early 90's and it works really well here. It has a kind of demo feel but it is played so intensely and tight that it works for the ep format. They include a cover of BASTARD which gets them even more points in my book. Released on Rust and Machine Records from Seattle. Excellent!
-Val Landrum


Second 7" already from this band. Excellent hard charging crust in the Doom tradition. Both 7"S rip, if this band was from Japan instead of Halifax NS I would have sold them all by noon today


CRUST-HARDCORE. "trail of the world" is the 2nd 7" from Halifax's NAPALM RAID. Taking their raw mix of DOOM, ANTI-CIMEX, and DISCHARGE influences a step further with an improved recording showing the way they were meant to sound. The raw d-beat crust you crave is all here, with their own take on it making it catchy and memorable. If that was not enough this 4 song 7" includes a cover of "misery" from BASTARD.

Trail of The World

Our second 7inch out on Rust and Machine. This came out just as we started the east coast tour in May. They are a one time pressing, and more then half gone. if you want one you can buy them from us on tour, or go to


We just finished our tour of the east coast. thanks to all the bands we played with and everyone that helped out with food, shows, beer and a place to crash!!

Corruption of Their Little Minds

This is long over due as a post, considering the 7inch is sold out from Rust and Machine. We will have TOUR editions of this when we are touring the west coast in July. So get them from or shows if you want one, there's none left!

Tuesday, April 19, 2011

NEW T-SHIRT DESIGN Available at our shows

Wednesday, February 16, 2011

News and Updates

The spring tour is coming along great, thanks to everyone who helped out. there is still a few minor changes we are trying to work out so the official tour schedule/poster will be up soon!

You can also now Pre-order our new 7inch of "CORRUPTION OF THEIR LITTLE MINDS" at

they are limited to 350 copies, so get it before they are gone!
We are releasing another 7inch late spring as well. Could possibly have it for the Spring Tour in May before its officially released from Rust and Machine in June, so watch for that!

We are currently working on a West Coast Tour for July. If you would like us to play your area, feel free to get into contact:


Monday, January 24, 2011

East Coast Tour May 2011

Napalm Raid
Spring Tour
May 2011

May 6th - Montreal, QC @ Katacombs
May 7th - Platsburg, NY @ ROTA gallery and studios
May 8th - Boston, MA @ Obriens Pub
May 9th - Hartford, CT @ Whitney House
May 10th - New York, NY @ Tommy's Tavern
May 11th - Richmond, VA @ Strange Matter
May 12th - Baltimore, MD @ The Sidebar Tavern
May 13th - Washington, DC @ Western Dream
May 15th - Raleigh, NC @ House Show
May 16th - Asheville, NC @ The Get Down
May 17th - Birmingham, AL @ HELMS DEEP
May 18th - Jacksonville, FL @ Shantytown Pub
May 19th - Gainseville, FL @ Wayward Council
May 20th - Orlando, FL @ TBA
May 21st - Lake Worth, FL @ Propaganda
May 22nd - Columbia, SC @ One Unit Art Space
May 24th - Atlanta, GA @ Archive Gallery
May 26th - Cleveland, OH @ Now That's Class
May 27th - Toronto, ON @ Hard Luck Bar
May 28th - Peterborough, ON @ The Spill
May 30th - Montreal, QC @ Cafe Chaoss

New Tracks For Upcoming Release

Here is a couple songs that will be on the next release in June 2011

Trail of the World

To Serve and Arrest

Misery (bastard)


Recently trying to book a tour and deal with myspace and its new bullshit has been frustrating as hell. So we decided to try out this Blog stuff. hopefully it will attract some peoples over to the blog world instead of myspace and facebook. seems so far, to be WAY fuckin better!
There will be some new material to download, and will be only available on here to listen to until its released in June. so check it out and let us know what you think of it


"Corruption of Their Little Minds" Tape Reviews

Napalm raid - "Corruption of Their Little Minds" TAPE self released

The horror... the horror... Is the singer wearing a gas mask? Winded vocals carry you through a field of land mines as the rock-n-roll undertone fuels your fire and thumping bass ignites the bombs as you bolt into a trench hoping your not a baked corpse after the explosion.
7 merciless tracks of contagious, cutthroat crust punk, these Halifax, Nova Scotia ragers are definitely worthy of a few listens!
As you read along with the lyric sheet, NAPALM RAID paints a smokey picture, sets the distressed mood and doubtlessly hand over what they're trying to dispatch.
Lyrically very grim, slightly vague and mostly about war, this tape is definitely not one to listen to if your trying to feel positive about humanity.
Even by simply reading their logo encrusted with barbed wire I can envision the ugliness of war. One of the bits of art on the insert states: "Disgusting human race take pride in their war games. " This tape has your expected high contrast white on black crusty layout, which I find visually pleasing. The music faultlessly matches with the lyrics and art. After a few line-up changes, this fairly new 3 piece formed in 2008 has an upcoming 7'' I anticipate hearing!
I feel like watching 'Apocalypse Now' after listening to this tape!
Don't you just love the smell of napalm in the morning?
(Profane Existence; mandapocalypse.)

Verbicide Magazine Review of "Corruption of thier Little Minds
Hailing from Nova Scotia, Canada, this blazing crust three-piece sound so much like UK crust legends Doom that it’s uncanny — if Doom were decades younger and Canadian.
Their seven-song self-released cassette EP opens with an A-side full of rippers with “Out of Sight, Out of Mind,” setting both the tone of the band and establishing the lyrical themes they address: war and destruction with lots of civilian deaths. The furious “Dead Cities” follows, addressing the aftermath of war and the deadly remnants of conflict such as barbed wire and unexploded land mines. “Means for War” and “Something to Lose,” the strongest track so far, wrap up the A-side of this tape, but the real gems of this recording are all on side B. “Brainwash” is a rocking track about social control in schools which, along with the following “Tomorrow’s Reality,” are the best songs on this tape, featuring riffs with the catchiest hooks and most complex song-writing.
In terms of self-released efforts, this cassette shines above usual fare, featuring a nice cover and the inclusion of a paper lyric sheet. The recording quality of the tape is also surprisingly great, with just the right amount of girt and distortion to make everything sound good. Drums, guitar, and bass all come through clear enough to remain distinguishable from one another, and it allows the guitar wankery on songs like “Something to Lose” to really shine through and not be lost in a muddy mess.
This tape is well worth checking out for anyone with an ear for crust, and it can be ordered direct from the band. They also have a new seven-inch forthcoming this winter on Rust and Machine Records, and they play a killer live set as well.

Deaf Sparrow Review
I was just listening to this absolutely horrendous band named The Attack (for review purposes , of course) who in their MySpace page are self-describe as punk. Funny how broad of a description a tag can be. Napalm Raid, who come from Canada, also claim to simply play punk, but their shit is just the superlative of the word. If we were to take The Attack as an accurate description of what punk is then Napalm Raid would be the equivalent of the child molesting priest who ruins the reputation of the whole gospel of punk just because they sound totally abusive. The trio has been together since 2008 and Corruption of Their Little Minds is an absolutely crushing seven song EP, fully packed with the crusty fillings and even crustier edges that all us hunchbacks have come to love and embrace. The simplicity is the same that propelled the first punkers into the clubs; first grade riffs proving that is not technique but spirit and raw energy what makes great music.

Distort Vancouver

Distort Vancouver was the first time we played Van. awesome bands and awesome people.
It was a pretty out of hand weekend. thanks Foat for letting us crash with you!