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Portraits of Lee Dorrian in Birmingham after a gig in 1988
This jacket belongs to Duncan Wilkins, a fan of Napalm Death, a grindcore band formed in Birmingham in the early 80s.
Napalm Death playing live in 1988 Germany Band members: Mick, Lee, Bill & Shane
Napalm Death photographs, 1986.
Earache records advert featuring Napalm Death 'scum'
Flyer for Napalm Death gig playing with DRI, Heresy and Holy Terror
Programme from the first ever Donington 'Monsters of Rock' Festival (1980) which took place on August 16. Included on the bill were: Rainbow, Scorpions, April Wine, Judas Priest, Saxon (who recorded as the semi-official live album Donnington: The Live Tracks), Riot, Touch etc.
This is the gig journal of heavy music fan Chris Hopkins.
pages from 'Toxic Grafity' zine
In 1980 the Birmingham Mail ran a story about the zine Nic and Miles made when they were 12 years old, Antisocial zine. This is a send up of that article in another zine.
Napalm Death on cover of NME in 1988 with the headline 'Fasted Band in the World'
'Ded Yampy' zine, issue 2.
Nic Bullen's handwritten lyrics to 'The Good Book'
Various fanzines (1980s)
In 1980 the Birmingham Mail ran a story about the zine Nic and Miles made when they were 12 years old, Antisocial zine. This is the original photograph that was used with that story.
Their demo:great tape,music for every listener of early crust with melancholic riffs and lyrics.
Cover of 'Antisocial', the zine created by Napalm Death founders Nic Bullen and Miles 'Rat' Ratledge.
Napalm Death photograph, 1989
Napalm Death - Nic, Mick, Jim Leeds October 1986
Scanned copy of Nicholas Bullen's Sine Nomine Zine.