NATIONAL NAPALM SYNDICATE: New Album Samples Posted Online
Reunited Finnish speed/thrash metal pioneers NATIONAL NAPALM SYNDICATE will release their new album, entitled "Resurrection of the Wicked", in January 2006 via Poison Arrow Records. Two sample tracks from the CD — "Determination" and "Falling to Pieces" — have been posted online at the band's official web site.
"Resurrection of the Wicked" was recorded at the new Helgate Studio and was mixed at Tonebox Studio by Kakke Vähäkuopus. The band recorded a total of 15 tracks, 10 of which will be chosen for the album's final track listing. The group's Finnish label, Poison Arrow Records, is currently looking for licensing partners for the CD.
NATIONAL NAPALM SYNDICATE's current lineup includes former SOLUTION 13 vocalist Ilkka Järvenpää, who joined the group in August 2004. The band is rounded out by the original guitar duo — Jukka Kyrö and Markku Jokikokko — who were responsible for composing all of the group's early material, plus DOROTHA bassist Tero Nevala and BURNING POINT drummer Jari Kaiponen.
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