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Nuclear Assault - Live In Zwolle 29/05/1988 + Live In London 20/06/1987 + Demo 1986

  • Singer: Nuclear Assault
  • Title: Live In Zwolle 29/05/1988 + Live In London 20/06/1987 + Demo 1986
  • Category: Rock
  • Info: Label: Classic Series ‎– 3 / 7
    Type: CD, Unofficial Release
    Date of released: 2012
    Category: Rock
    Style: Thrash
  • Rating: 5.0
  • Votes 375


"Aardschokdag", IJsselhal, Zwolle, 29.05.1988
1 Great Depression
2 Stranded In Hell
3 Equal Rights
4 Hang The Pope
5 Vengeance
Hammersmith Odeon, London, 20.06.1987
6 Betrayal
7 Stranded In Hell
8 Nuclear War
Demo 1986
9 Live Suffer Die
10 Radiation Sickness
11 Betrayal
12 Radiation
13 Hang The Pope

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  • Recorded At – IJsselhallen
  • Recorded At – Hammersmith Odeon


With the mid eighties Thrash explosion, New York's Nuclear Assault leapt to the fore due to the prime motivating force of ex-Anthrax bassist Dan Lilker. Although the gangly, mop-topped bassist had actually been a co-founder of Anthrax, having named the band and been pivotal in the crafting of debut album 'Fistful Of Metal', he severed ties with Anthrax in 1983, due to disagreements with then vocalist Neal Turbin. It took two and a half years to assemble his next project, the far rawer Nuclear Assault. In the interim, Lilker had involved himself with the commercially successful spoof Metal project of S.O.D. ('Stormtroopers of Death') alongside Anthrax guitarist Scott Ian and M.O.D. vocalist Billy Milano. Nuclear Assaults recorded two great thrash metal demos with the line-up of Lilker, vocalist John Connelly, guitarist Anthony Bramante and ex-TT Quick drummer Glenn Evans before signed a record contract. This compilation features the classic ‘Live Suffer Die’ demo from 1985 and two rare unreleased live shows. First out is 5 tracks from the Aardschokdag in Issehalle in Zwolle on the 29th of May 1988. The second live show features three tracks from the famous Hammersmith Odeon venue in England. The band would tape their show there a couple of years later and release the ‘Live At Hammersmith’ album. That album however is from the ‘Handle With Care’ tour while this recording was done back on the 20th of June 1987 when they played the Odeon with Atomkraft, Agent Steel and Onslaught. The sound is rather raw and but still fun to hear some classic Nuclear Assault tracks performed back in the days.

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