NASUM Name Upcoming Album

Swedish grindcore merchants NASUM have set "Helvete" (Hell in English) as the title for their upcoming third album, which is currently being recorded at guitarist Mieszko Talarczyk's Soundlab studios for an April/May 2003 release through Relapse Records.

"The record is on the way, should be out in April/May and it should be a fucking killer album!," the band wrote on their official web site. "OK, we're bragging, but we're very satisfied with the stuff so far. Can't wait to hear what you think. Most likely we'll post a little taster of the album once we're finished with the mixing and all that stuff. You'll know when. The touring plans for 2003 are yet to be set. We will most likely play some festivals and also hit the roads in Europe and USA. We want to play Japan again and also Australia, hopefully with NAPALM DEATH if possible. Some time during the first half of the year a split 10" EP with NASUM and NAPALM DEATH will be released on FETO Records (NAPALM DEATH's own label)."


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