Andrew W. K., singer, DJ, and a legend of party and rock culture ethos has signed a new, worldwide record deal with Napalm Records. More information should be forthcoming soon about new Andrew W.K. music.
Deadly Thrash band Nervosa has revealed their new music, the first from their upcoming new album Perpetual Chaos, due out on January 22, 2021 via Napalm Records.They just shared the first single and official music video for the track “Guided By Evil” which you can see below. Their talented new line up – featuring founding guitarist Prika Amaral and talented new members Diva Satanica on vocals, Mia Wallace, on bass, and Eleni Nota on drums. Continue reading
We caught up with Dez Fafara of Devildriver to discuss his upcoming new album Dealing With Demons I, out on Napalm Records on October 2nd, 2020. We chatted with Dez on the state of the word, changes to the bands’ songwriting approach for this new record, considering different angles for lyrics and vocals, his long relationship with Napalm Records, plans for the next album after Dealing with Demons II – already being written, some musings on Coal Chamber, Dez’s many business successes – especially his new record label, and much more. You can order Dealing with Demons I here, and check out our chat! Continue reading
Devildriver has shared a new single and new lyric video for their new song, “Wishing”! Arguably the best song on their new album, and the best vocals of Dez Fafara’s career, the upcoming new Devildriver album, Dealing With Demons I – is set for release on 9th October, 2020 via Napalm Records and will be available in several formats. Watch the clip now! Continue reading
Heavy metal legends Hammerfall have shared another new video from their upcoming new live album & BluRay, Live! Against The World due out on October 23rd via Napalm Records. The live concert film and album celebrates the 20th anniversary of their chart-storming album Renegade (2000). “Keep The Flame Burning” is rarely heard in their setlists, so the live video is a treat for fans. Watch the video and pre-order the set below.
Neo-Thrash greats Evile are back and has signed a worldwide contract with Napalm Records! Since their formation in 2004, they have a string of releases and have performed at Wacken Open Air, Bloodstock Festival, and Hellfest and with bands like Megadeth, Kreator and Amon Amarth. Continue reading
Alien Weaponry has announced that the original bassist Ethan Trembath has amicably exited the group to pursue studio work and to spend more time with his family. Replacing Ethan in the band is Turanga Morgan-Edwards who grew up playing music with the band and shares Maori ancestry with the group. The group shared a video making the announcement and even showed all four musicians recording vocals together in the studio. The thrash/group metal group was a revelation internationally the last few year, earning major touring slots and playing festivals all over the world. The band is expected to release new music in 2021, the follow up to 2018’s Tū full-length and 2019’s EP Blinded, both for Napalm Records. Watch the video below.
Devildriver has shared a powerful new single and new lyric video for their new song, ‘Iona’! The song is from the upcoming new Devildriver album, Dealing With Demons I – which is set for release on 9th October, 2020 via Napalm Records and will be available in several formats. The song is brutal and the video is a slick bit of film noir-inspired drama. Watch the clip now! Continue reading
German Folk-Metal band Subway To Sally, featuring remarkable singer Eric Fish and exceptional violinist Ally Storch, has now signed a worldwide record deal with Austrian metal institution Napalm Records. With 13 successful studio albums (DE #4, AT #17 and many more), eight explosive live records and countless impressive live gigs – Subway To Sally are now ready to enter a new chapter with Napalm Records.
If you were listening to metal in the 1980s, it’s pretty much a given that you will have heard of Dee Snider. Already widely known as the flamboyant frontman of Twisted Sister, Snider was thrust further into the spotlight in 1985 when he famously spoke before Congress against censorship in music and the infamous PMRC (Parents Music Resource Center).