Speed N' Spikes is a series of five limited-edition split 7" releases from ten of the best underground thrash metal bands today. Volume three features all-new and exclusive material from Japan's ABIGAIL and Norway's NEKROMANTHEON. This split 7" is available now and includes the ABIGAIL track "Infernal Fucking Blasphemy" and NEKROMANTHEON tracks "The Coffin Awaits" and "Metal Vendetta", which can be heard now on NEKROMANTHEON's MySpace page.Issue one of the series featured recent Relapse signees TOXIC HOLOCAUST and Rochester's BLUDWULF and has completely sold out since its release in January. The second installment included new tracks from RUMPELSTILTSKIN GRINDER and the first new material from ABSU in nearly 10 years, with limited quantities remaining. Future editions will feature new and exclusive material from EARLY MAN, RAMMER, AVENGER OF BLOOD, and WITCHAVEN. Each edition will be on colored wax and strictly limited to 1,000, never to be repressed again. The Speed N' Spikes series also features collectible original artwork from Relapse's Timothy Leo and Mike Wohlberg of The Fat Kid Illustration, with each volume making up a portion of a comic strip.
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