New NAPALM DEATH Videos Of Classic Early Tracks Posted Online

Two brand new music videos for the tracks "You Suffer" and "The Kill" have been created to further celebrate 20 years of NAPALM DEATH's seminal grindcore release "Scum".

Since a promo video was never made at the time the album was originally released, these visual explosions are unique representations of hyper speed tracks.

With the creation of the "You Suffer" video Earache have again broken a world record — the shortest music video ever! Lasting a mere one-second in length, the "You Suffer" video takes the crown from BRUTAL TRUTH who currently hold that record with their "Collateral Damage" video at just over two seconds in length.

Check out both videos on YouTube at these locations:

"You Suffer" (video)
"The Kill" (video)

Also to celebrate this momentous occasion the "Scum" album will be reissued along with a 45-minute in-depth documentary about the era and making of "Scum". Original member Mick Harris recalls the early days of NAPALM DEATH and re-visits the pivotal places in the history of the "Scum" recording — Rich Bitch Studios, The Mermaid and old rehearsal spaces. It is due to be released on March 19.

Check a trailer for the documentary here.


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