NASUM: 'Scoop' Unofficial Promo Video Posted Online

Swedish grindcore merchants NASUM have uploaded a previously unreleased video for the track "Scoop", directed Mitch Harris of NAPALM DEATH, on their official web site. Check it out at this location.

According to a posting on the site, "Mitch made this video from pictures he shot during the soundcheck and concert in Tokyo, Japan January 12, 2004. Shane Embury [NAPALM DEATH bassist] played with us during two songs (not 'Scoop', though) and he's in the video for a little while. In the end you can also see Ritual Records boss Jumbo."

As previously reported, NASUM will be releasing a split live CD with NAPALM DEATH containing material from the two bands' joint Japanese tour in January 2004. The CD may surface through NAPALM's Feto label, although this has yet to be confirmed.


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