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Burning Bitumen: Saturday, 10 June 2017

Artist | Track/Song Name | Album Title | Label/Distributor | Comments

Motörhead | Built for Speed | Orgasmatron

Accept | Fast as a Shark | Restless and Wild
Bathory | Pace 'til Death | Blood Fire Death
Tankard | Rapid Fire(A Tyrant's Elegy) | A Girl called Cervaza

Evil Invaders | Fast, loud and Rude | Pulses of Pleasure
Night Demon | Lightning to the Nations | Night Demon
Kryptos | Full Throttle | Burn up the Night

Plasmatics | Lightning Breaks | Coup d'tat
Vectom | Too Fast For Hell | Speed Revolution
Children of Technology | Mayhemic Speed Anarchy | Mayhemic Speed Anarchy

Heavy Load | Full Speed at High Level | Full Speed at High Level
Speedclaw | Speedclaw | Iron Speed
Vornth | Rapid Death | Vornth

Cryptic Slaughter | Set Your Own Pace | Money talks
Gama Bomb | Legend of Speed |The Terror tapes
Demona | Chasing the Speed | Hell's Headbangers Compilation

Destroyer666 | Satanic Speed Metal | To the Devil His Due
Sonick Plague | One Swift Kick | Sonick Plague
Speedwolf | Speedwolf | Ride With Death

Bulldozer | Ride Head-Die Fast | The Final Seperation
Whiskey Ritual | Speed & Chicks | Blow With The Devil
Gehennah | Low on Cash, High on Speed | Too Loud to Live, Too Drunk to Die

Primordial | Weild Lightning to Split the Sun | Where Greater Men have Fallen
Gallhammer | Speed of Blood | Ill Innocence
The Shrine | Coming Down Quick | Rare Breed

Weedeater | God Luck and Good Speed | God Luck and Good Speed

Burning Bitumen for Saturday, 10 June 2017

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