Nasum Release 2002 “Helvete” Rehearsal Tape

Nasum have released a 2002 rehearsal tape from the sessions for their 2003 album “Helvete.” You can find that on Bandcamp, along with a previously released 1997 rehearsal tape from the sessions for their 1998 album “Inhale/Exhale.”

Anders Jakobson commented:

“Today [December 23] would have been Mieszko’s 46th birthday and to celebrate this I have excavated something from the massive, not really, Nasum vault: A rehearsal for the “Helvete”-session 2002! This is quite cool stuff as it has early versions of album songs that differ in some cases quite a lot from the final versions.

A few years ago I found a rehearsal tape with songs, some never finished, from the “Inhale/Exhale” sessions and created a page at Bandcamp called The Rare Nasum. This “Helvete”-rehearsal is the second installment, and I hope to release more stuff in the future. Get it here:

I have written some comments to a few the songs which could be interesting reading material for the die-hard fans.:

Anyway, raise a glass for Mieszko tonight (he was a whiskey guy) and have a listen to this old historic recording that never before has been heard by anyone outside of the band!

(Note: This was what I was teasing at the end of the show and tell video last week…) / Anders”

Nasum To Release “Blasting Shit To Bits – The Final Show” DVD In December

Nasum will be releasing a new DVD titled “Blasting Shit To Bits – The Final Show” on December 18. The effort will feature the band’s October 6, 2012 farewell show at Debaser Medis in Stockholm, Sweden and 40 minutes of bonus material including extended interviews and more. You can find a live video for “Shadows” from the set below:

Nasum Post Live Footage Of “Shadows” From “Blasting Shit To Bits – The Final Show” Documentary

Nasum have shared live footage of “Shadows” from their “Blasting Shit To Bits – The Final Show” documentary. That film focuses the band’s October 6, 2012 farewell show at Debaser Medis in Stockholm, Sweden.

Anders Jakobson commented:

“We are very close to the five year anniversary of the final Nasum show that took place at Debaser Medis in Stockholm, Sweden, October 6 2012. Five years seems like a long time ago, but I believe that I speak for my fellow band members and all the people in our touring crew when I say that it feels like yesterday. Those hectic months in 2012, from the first show in May to that last one in October, were memorable and will have a huge part in our hearts and minds forever.

We set out to get some closure and pay tribute to the legacy of the band. We ended Nasum in 2004 because there was no other option following Mieszko’s death. We had about a year and a half of discussions and rehearsals before we announced the tour and another six months before the first show. We had our doubts, but we felt that we could do the songs justice and celebrate the 20th anniversary of the band in a way that was true to everything the band stood for.

The tour exceeded our expectations and turned out to be a very emotional time and everything led to that final show, that last time we would enter the stage and blast shit to bits once and for all. Luckily we shot the final show with a number of cameras and our dear friend and director Michael Panduro has spent an ungodly amount of hours editing it to a concert film that basically will bring the viewer into the crowd, up on stage and even onto my fucking chest! Not only that, Michael recorded interviews with the five of us last year, and edited into the concert we have a movie that we call ”Nasum: Blasting Shit to Bits – The Final Show”.

At the moment the movie is showing at select theaters and film festivals around the world because it’s a really weird feeling to experience grindcore at a theater, but in the future we hope to have the movie available for all to see in some shape or form. Digitally, of course, but perhaps also as a physical copy. The next screenings are in Stockholm at the Zita cinema, September 30.

As a little teaser we’re releasing a complete track from the show. We chose ”Shadows”, one of the most popular Nasum tracks penned by Mieszko. We didn’t want the tour to be focused on Mieszko’s death but we made sure to pay tribute to him every night, often starting with ”Shadows”. On the final show Jon held an impromptu introduction straight from the heart.

So enjoy ”Shadows” and keep your eyes open for more screenings of the movie.”

The film will be screened at the Zita cinema in Stockholm, Sweden on September 30.

[via Decibel]

Teaser Posted For Nasum’s “Blasting Shit To Bits – The Final Show” Documentary

A teaser has been posted for Nasum’s “Blasting Shit To Bits – The Final Show” documentary. The film, which focuses the band’s October 6, 2012 farewell show at Debaser Medis in Stockholm, Sweden, was put together by members of the group, along with filmmaker Michael Panduro, and it will premiere on April 27 at Copenhaden’s Music Film Festival.