NATIONAL NAPALM SYNDICATE: New Demo Tracks Available For Download

Reunited Finnish speed/thrash metal pioneers NATIONAL NAPALM SYNDICATE have posted four new demo tracks at this location. The songs are taken from the recent recording sessions with the group's new singer, Ilkka Järvenpää (ex-SOLUTION 13), who joined the group in early August. The songs available for free download are as follows:

01. Nothing But Fear
02. The Cure
03. Hell to Pay
04. Corrosion of Humanity

NATIONAL NAPALM SYNDICATE will play their first gig in 14 years in December In Helsinki. The group's current lineup includes the original guitar duo — Jukka Kyrö and Markku Jokikokko — who were responsible for composing all of the group's early material, plus Järvenpää, DOROTHA bassist Tero Nevala and BURNING POINT drummer Jari Kaiponen.

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