Napalm Death On Silicon Valley

The grindcore pioneers soundtracked the falling value of Bitcoin.

The new series of Silicon Valley is pretty great even without TJ Miller’s Erlich Bachman as a reliable source of gags to buoy its quieter, more plot-driven moments. 

The most recent episode really went above and beyond in terms of appealing to Kerrang!, though.

In the third episode of the season, coder Gilfoyle has set up a computer program to play Napalm Death’s one-second classic You Suffer whenever Bitcoin drops below the price at which it becomes economical to mine. Given the cryptocurrency’s proclivity for volatility, hilarity, as they say, was bound to ensue.

The legends over at Metal Sucks ripped the footage for your viewing pleasure. Check it:

Posted on April 10th 2018, 3:25pm
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