Nasum to Release Documentary About Their Final Show; Watch a Performance Clip Here

  • Axl Rosenberg

December will mark the thirteenth anniversary of vocalist/guitarist Mieszko Talarczyk’s tragic death in the Thailand tsunami disaster of ’04 (just weeks after Dime was murdered — not a fun month to be a metal fan), while October 6 will be the fifth anniversary of the Swedish grind gods’ final show in Stockholm (with Rotten Sound’s Keijo Niinimaa handling vocals). By all accounts, the band went out on the highest possible note given the grievous circumstances surrounding their  break-up. Would you expect anything less? The band’s fourth and final studio album, Shift, came out two months to the day before Talarczyk’s death. They were robbed of a very promising future.

The anniversary of the group’s final show will be commemorated with a new documentary about that gig, appropriately entitled Nasum: Blasting Shit to Bits – The Final Show. The bummer news is, it’s not presently clear when most of us will be able to see the doc; it will screen at Stockholm’s Zita cinema this Saturday, September 30, and after that, according Nasum’s Anders Jakobson, “in the future we hope to have the movie available for all to see in some shape or form.” But “in the future” could mean anything.

Luckily, the band has just announced a clip from the documentary — specifically, a clip in which the band performs their song “Shadows.” Unsurprisingly, it is a fucking rager. I can’t wait to see the rest of this thing.

Check out the clip below. We’ll let you know as soon as we know when Nasum fans who don’t live in Stockholm can see  Nasum: Blasting Shit to Bits – The Final Show.

[via Metal Injection]

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