NATIONAL NAPALM SYNDICATE Complete Work On New Promo CD

Reunited Finnish speed/thrash metal masters NATIONAL NAPALM SYNDICATE have completed work on a new four-track promo CD at the new Tonebox studio in Oulu. The band, who are currently unsigned, feature in their ranks the original guitar duo — Markku Jokikokko and Jukka Kyrö (BURNING POINT) — who were responsible for composing all of the group's early material, plus former ETERNAL TEARS OF SORROW/current FOR MY PAIN vocalist Altti Veteläinen, CATAMENIA/DOROTHA bassist Tero Nevala and BURNING POINT drummer Jari Kaiponen.

The tracks featured on the new CD are as follows:

01. Stendhal Syndrome
02. Hate Crimes
03. Asleep at The Wheel
04. Remains Burn

NATIONAL NAPALM SYNDICATE were one of the first speed/thrash metal bands to emerge from Finland. Their first album, "National Napalm Syndicate", came out through EMI Records in 1989.

For more information, contact the band by e-mail at [email protected]

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