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Flashback: Pasadena Napalm Division at Warehouse Live

Photos by Craig Hlavaty

Brand-new (sort of) Houston hardcore supergroup Pasadena Napalm Division, featuring alumni of deadhorse, D.R.I. and Dethkultur BBQ, made a most excellent official debut before a mostly full Warehouse Live studio Saturday night. Rocks Off was impressed by the five-piece's taut, seething songs, which reminded his ears of "Thieves"-era Ministry: overpowering, ear-blistering and surprisingly kinetic. A few more pictures after the jump, and click here to see a mini-slideshow of the pit - click fast enough and it looks like one of those old-school animation flip books! - Chris Gray

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