Barney Greenway

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Mark Greenway
Barney at Klubi Tampere 2009-02-18.jpg
Mark "Barney" Greenway performing alongside Napalm Death at Tampere, Finland, 2009
Background information
Birth name Mark Andrew Greenway
Also known as Barney
Born (1969-07-13) 13 July 1969 (age 48)
Great Barr, Birmingham, England
Genres Grindcore, death metal, hardcore punk
Occupation(s) Musician, singer-songwriter
Instruments Vocals
Years active 1987–present
Labels Earache, Century Media
Associated acts Napalm Death
Extreme Noise Terror

Mark Andrew "Barney" Greenway (born 13 July 1969) is a British extreme metal vocalist, who has been a member of Napalm Death,[1] Extreme Noise Terror,[2] and Benediction.[3]

Greenway has stated his nickname "Barney" came from a time when he used to drink alcohol. He stated he would get so drunk that when he went anywhere, he would bump into everything. From this behaviour, he would be called "Rubble", which changed to "Barney Rubble" and then just "Barney".[4]


Greenway is a progressive metal fan. He joined Dream Theater on stage at Ronnie Scott's Jazz Club and performed vocals on Metallica's "Damage, Inc." live.[5] He has reviewed progressive metal bands and albums for the British rock magazine Kerrang! though he no longer does so.[6]

Greenway is a supporter of Aston Villa F.C..[7] He is a supporter of many animal rights organisations including PETA and has been a vegetarian since he was 14, and vegan since 2012.[8][9] Barney is recognisable for his strong Birmingham accent which has never waned and which he proudly maintains, and for his distinctive gruff vocal style that many feel has become synonymous with Napalm Death. Greenway is an atheist.[10]


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With Benediction[edit]

With Extreme Noise Terror[edit]

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  1. ^ Strong, M J (1998). The great rock discography. Giunti. p. 564. ISBN 88-09-21522-2. 
  2. ^ "Metal". CMJ New Music Monthly. November 1997. ISSN 1074-6978. 
  3. ^ "Napalm Death". 
  4. ^ Martinelli, Roberto (December 2002). "Interview with Napalm Death" (11). Maelstrom magazine. Archived from the original on 19 February 2007. 
  5. ^ "CD review of Dream Theater". 
  6. ^ Löfquist, 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. ^ "Heroes: Napalm Death". PETA. 
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  10. ^ "Mark Greenway - Napalm Death". (published 22 April 2009). 13 April 2009. Retrieved 17 November 2016. 
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