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Tuesday, 12 June 2012

Re-upload: Napalm Death - Hatred Surge demo [1986]

Although not quite grindcore at this stage, due to not possessing a capable drummer, Napalm Death still, on their most famous demo, created some fairly intense hardcore, albeit with more than a touch of post-punk to it at times. Certainly it has a rather apocalyptic feeling to it in songs like 'Abbatoir' and 'So Sad'. Different versions of Instinct Of Survival, Control, Sacrificed and Caught In A Dream are very interesting for any Napalm fan.

Re-upload notes: This should be the start of a Napalm marathon. Every full length and some EPs, demos and boots of the best band ever. Also, if anyone has any of the following, could you upload it somewhere for me (all the Napalm Death material I'm missing):

Live At Rock City
Live In Vietnam (bootleg)
And, Like Sheep, We Have All Gone Astray
Unpopular Yawns Of Middle Class Warfare
From Enslavement To Obliteration DEMO
Tsunami Benefit split
Live In Japan split


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