The Vault Blog - DATE: December 23, 2020
Rare Helvete rehearsal released!Posted: December 23, 2020 13:36:27 by Anders Jakobson
Today 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.
I have written some comments to a few the songs which could be interesting reading material for the die-hard fans. Check it out here!
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!
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Nasum might not be a performing band anymore or existing in the normal sense, but the legacy remains under the sharp supervision of the founding member Anders Jakobson. THE NASUM VAULT is the "umbrella" for a number of projects collecting information and items from the Nasum history.
The first project was The Vault Blog, introduced in 2014 as a place to share "interesting, semi-interesting or uninteresting things" from the Nasum Vault - stories, images and what ever. The second project was The Rare Nasum, audio goodies published on Bandcamp - rehearsals and live shows. Side by side with these two projects, there is The Official Nasum YouTube Channel where video oddities are posted.
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Last updated: February, 2021.