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Dave Grohl Rescues Rare 1985 Recording
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 Tuesday, July 09, 2013

Dave Grohl has helped digitize a rare album by California hardcore band BL'AST. The group's guitarist, Mike Neider, found an analog record from 1985 in a storage locker, later putting out the call for help restoring it.

The Foo Fighters fronter responded with results that interested parties can check out now online. In an intriguing footnote, current Alice in Chains singer, William Duvall, can be heard on the recording playing guitar.

The 1985 album, The Power of Expression, led to a deal on the punk label SST, for which they released It's in My Blood in 1987 and Take the Maniac Ride in 1989.

The digitized restored version titled Blood will be released by Southern Lord on September 3rd. A trailer for the LP is currently available via YouTube.

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