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Mark Greenway

Mark "Barney" Greenway performin alangside
Napalm Death at Tampere, Finland, 2009
Backgrund wittins
Birth name Mark Greenway
Eikname Barney
Born 13 Julie 1969
Great Barr, Birmingham, Unitit Kinrick
Genres Grindcore
Daith metal
Daithgrind
Occupations Musician, sangster-sangwriter
Instruments Vocals
Years active 1987–present
Associatit acts Napalm Death
Extreme Noise Terror
Benediction

Mark "Barney" Greenway (born 13 Julie 1969 in Great Barr, Birmingham) is a Inglis extreme metal sangster, who haes been a member o Napalm Death,[1] Extreme Noise Terror,[2] an Benediction.[3]

Greenway haes statit his nickname "Barney" came frae a time when he uised tae drink alcohol. He statit he wad get so drunk that when he went onywhere, he wad bump intae iverything. Frae this behaviour, he wad be cried "Rubble", which chyngit tae "Barney Rubble" an then juist "Barney".[4]

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Greenway is a progressive metal fan. He joined Dream Theater on stage at Ronnie Scott's Jazz Club an performed vocals on Metallica's "Damage, Inc." live.[5] He haes reviewed progressive metal baunds an albums for the the Breetish rock magazine Kerrang! though he nae langer does so.[6]

Accordin tae the Coventry Evening Telegraph, Greenway is a supporter o Aston Villa F.C..[7] He is a supporter o PETA an haes been a vegetarian syne he was 14.[8] Barney is recognisable for his strang Birmingham accent which haes niver waned an which he proudly maintains, an for his destinctive gruff vocal style that mony feel haes become synonymous wi Napalm Death.

Discography[eedit | eedit soorce]

Wi Napalm Death[eedit | eedit soorce]

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References[eedit | eedit soorce]

  1. Strong, M J (1998). The great rock discography. Giunti. p. 564. ISBN 8809215222. 
  2. Metal. CMJ New Music Monthly. November 1997. ISSN 1074-6978. 
  3. "Napalm Death". MTV.com. 
  4. Martinelli, Roberto (December 2002). Interview with Napalm Death (11). Maelstrom magazine. 
  5. "CD review of Dream Theater". NewsAndEntertainment.com. 
  6. Lofquist, Daniel (30 December 2008). "NAPALM DEATH – Barney Greenway tells it like it is". Critical Mass. 
  7. "Top Five celebrity fans". Coventry Evening Telegraph. 4 March 2006. 
  8. "Out There: Napalm Death". PETA.