NATIONAL NAPALM SYNDICATE (FINLAND)


The History of National Napalm Syndicate 1986-1991 National Napalm Syndicate was formed in 1986. At first they started out playing songs from Metallica's "Kill Em All" album and also songs from the first Exodus album. They quickly started writing material of their own. A few line-up changes and a couple of demos later they found themselves signing a major label deal with EMI. The band were one of the first speed/thrash metal acts to emerge from Finland. Their first album, "National Napalm Syndicate," came out through EMI Records in 1989. The band split up in 1991 but then eleven years later they were back with a vengeance. National Napalm Syndicate reunited in 2002, the original guitar duo Markku Jokikokko and Jukka Kyro started to write new songs together.




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PAINFUL TEN HOURS 1987 DEMO

A Xeroxed cover. No lyrics. The demo itself was recorded on regular tapes. First of two versions.

TRACK LISTING:
- After the Fall of N.W.
- Life Is Pain
- Werewolf, the Obsession

 

PAINFUL TEN HOURS 1987 DEMO

A Xeroxed cover. No lyrics. The demo itself was recorded on regular tapes. Second of two versions.

TRACK LISTING:
- After the Fall of N.W.
- Life Is Pain
- Werewolf, the Obsession

 

AT THE TIME OF THE FULL MOON 1988 DEMO

The demo itself was recorded on studio tapes. Need more info.

TRACK LISTING:
-  Intro
- Ante Mortem
- Pain Of Pleasure
- Deathwish
- The Final Gathering
- The Sunrise
- Silent Violence

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