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  1. Apr 29,  · the band information on this post is wrong the line up on this tape (also left to right in the picture on the tape cover) was Justin Broadrick - Guitar, Nick Bullen Vocals and bass and Mick Harris - Drums, the line up listed was the original line up before Mick joined and they became the "grind" band we know today, it even says on the cover flap "The Line Up has Changed And So has The Music /5(23).
  2. "The Glue Bag Song" is the original version of the song “The Mushroom Tea Song” which appeared in a live version on the B-Side of the original cassette release on the Hatred Surge demo by Napalm Death. It features different lyrics.
  3. Lyrics to 'Private Death' by Napalm Death. 8 Things You Didn't Know About Drake; XXXTENTACION - SAD! (Official Music Video).
  4. Napalm Death ‎– "Scum" (Earache ‎– MOSH 3) Comparing this monolithic jaw-dropping moment in music history to the Sewer Zombies album, (belated released by Ron Johnson to try and jump on the Grindcore bandwagon), Is like comparing being rammed by an icebreaker to being hit in the face by a soggy marshmallow.
  5. Aug 17,  · Control 5. Sacrificed 6. So Sad 7. Caught in a Dream 8. Private Death 9. Cheswick Green (live) 1. What Man Can Do 2. Instinct of Survival 3. NAPALM DEATH - Hatred Surge Demo-Tape´85 (FULL.
  6. Napalm Death. Write your own review. Three sides to every story - 85% morbert, September 11th, For those of you who think the “Hatred Surge” demo was still too slow, too punk or those who found Scum too lightweight productionally, here’s a demo that might interest you. (“Private Death”) Although this version has.
  7. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CDr release of Hatred Surge - Demo on Discogs.
  8. Listen free to Napalm Death – Hatred Surge (What Can Man Do, Instinct Of Survival and more). 9 tracks (). Hatred Surge is the 5th demo from grind terrorists Napalm Death released in It is also referred to as their first demo (stylistically). In September , Peter Shaw (ex-Autism) joined on bass. The 4-piece line-up recorded Hatred Surge (the band's 5th demo recording) on.
  9. Napalm Death started recording as a crust punk band who clearly learned from British punk bands with blaring guitar sounds like Discharge, GBH, and (to contrast a little) Killing Joke - you can still hear a bit of this on Scum, but on Hatred Surge the songs are played mid-tempo and without blastbeats so it's far more obvious.