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Warp Spasm were a three piece progressive death thrash band from Hull, UK. Formed in 1990 and influenced by thrash, hardcore, death, grind & progressive rock. The line up was guitar Tommy Concrete, bass and vocals Paddy Tobin & drums Mike Shepard,

In January 1991 they recorded a 2 track demo at The Warren and began to play gigs locally. The sound at this point was very Slayer/Venom/Motorhead. Very primitive riffs and arrangements for the most part. Psychedelic… read more

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    Thanks for posting the review
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    (continued) - In contrast, Warp Spasm lose their way a little on 'Government Slaves,' a rather mundane grungy doom affair, but all is redeemed with 'Warp Spasm,' an almost psychedelic instrumental where the trio once again show their musical versatility. With record companies currently falling over themselves to sign trendy, alternative metal bands, Warp Spasm should find a lot of interest, and if they can produce more material of the standard of 'Expose The Secrecy' and 'Warp Spasm' then the Humberside outfit could go far. - written by Bernard Doe. - I was EXTREMELY happy and surprised to find not just this one, but BOTH of their demos here...I had not heard them back 20 years ago, and did not feel like spending cash on a band I hadn't heard...whoever put them on here, thanks a bunch. Warp Spasm was excellent, and I feel kind of cheated that I didn't buy them back then. Great stuff.
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    Back in 1991, there was a British magazine called Thrash 'n Burn - they did a review of these guys' 'Barmy Fluid' demo - thought I'd share it with anyone who might be lucky enough to come across these guys on Last FM - 'With an average age of just 18, Warp Spasm hail from Hull and feature Tom Pattison (guitar), Patrick Tobin (vocals/bass) and Mike Shepard (drums). The trio have been in existence since August of last year and 'Barmy Fluid' is the band's second demo offering. - Containing 4 tracks, the cassette explodes into a frenzied opening with 'Expose The Secrecy,' a pulsating thrash charge that borders on death metal territory. From there we find 'World Insane,' an interesting work-out which has an eerie feel running through its doomy grooves, and is held together well with dominant guitar work from Tom Pattison. (continued in next shout post box...)

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