NAPALM DEATH Bassist Collaborates With Japanese Toymaker

What is the Grind Kaiju Garga-Death? Kaiju is Japanese for "monstrous beast" and NAPALM DEATH is english for GRIND! Put the two together and you get the Grind Kaiju called Garga-Death!

NAPALM DEATH bassist Shane Embury, who is a lover of Japanese monster toys and films, has collaborated with the Japanese toymaker Gargamel to bring you the monstrous beast of grind ... this is Garga-Death (photos)!

Garga-Death is brought to you by the fertile mind of Shane Embury, the original Grind Kaiju, and the toy fanatics from Gargamel Toys in Japan, monster lovers and monster makers extraordinaire. This five-inch tall silver and black beast will only be available on the Japan tour and is limited to 150 pieces. But don't worry: it will be available to the rest of you from Gargamel Toys of Japan through their mail-order service in a slightly different color version for all NAPALM DEATH web site customers. Incidentally, plans exist for all members of NAPALM DEATH to be turned into Grind Kaiju!


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