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Tag Archives: Napalm Records

Samples of Xandria’s Theater of Dimensions revealed

Posted by on November 30, 2016

German symphonic metallers Xandria are set to release Theater of Dimensions on January 27th, 2017 via Napalm Records making it a direct follow-up from 2014’s Sacrificium. The new album is promised to be one of their heaviest albums to date as they once explained, “a hyper-emotional affair.” There are quite a few guest vocalists on […]

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Video premiere: Monkey3 take you to the “Moon”

Posted by on September 1, 2016

Since forming in 2001, Swiss instrumental stoner rock collective Monkey3 have released four albums, their fifth, Astra Symmetry, will be released tomorrow (2) on Napalm Records. Today, we’re proud to bring you the premiere of their video for “Moon.” The trippy, animated clip is as blissed out and psychedelic as the song is. In it, several monkeys […]

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Myles Kennedy discusses Alter Bridge’s new album and stripped down solo offerings

Posted by on July 25, 2016

Two days before speaking to us about his cinematic debut, Myles Kennedy and his bandmates in Alter Bridge gave 350 fans and close friends at The Beacham in Orlando, FL a special treat. Not only did they perform a set of fan favorites, but hosted a listening party to their new album The Last Hero, […]

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Premiere: American Head Charge, “Let All the World Believe”

Posted by on January 29, 2016

Like fellow late ’90s-early 2000s nu-metal band System of a Down, Minneapolis band American Head Charge found themselves signed to American Recordings. In fact, Rick Rubin signed them based on a recommendation from System bassist Shavo Odadjian. In support of their American debut The War of Art, the band played Ozzfest and the Pledge of […]

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Video premiere: Serenity, “Follow Me”

Posted by on January 13, 2016

When you think Austrian power metal, well, actually, it’s hard to say what you’d imagine, but Tyra, Austria’s Serenity have been playing their brand of melodic, bombastic power metal since their formation in 2001. Since 2007, they’ve released four albums, with their fifth, Codex Atlanticus, coming out on January 29th. Today, we’re premiering the first single […]

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Life of Agony sign with Napalm Records

Posted by on January 12, 2016

It’s been a decade and a change in the sex of their lead singer since Brooklyn’s Life of Agony released their last album, but the band announced today that they’ve signed a deal with Napalm Records that will see the release of their fifth album, A Place Where There’s No More Pain. There’s no word on […]

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Product of Hate coming to Napalm in 2016

Posted by on October 20, 2015

Ready for a newer New Wave of American Heavy Metal? Wisconsin’s got you covered. Napalm Records have announced that the Kenosha quintet’s Product of Hate’s debut album, Buried in Violence, will be released on February 5th on the label. Singer Adam Gilley thinks you can judge a book by it’s cover – specifically the Colin Marks-designed […]

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Video premiere: Manegarm praises Odin

Posted by on October 15, 2015

Sweden is a country that knows their pagan metal and traditions.  And with 20 years as a band, Manegarm has risen up the ranks to become one of their country’s premier pagan bands. With their eighth album, simply titled Manegarm, coming out on November 20th, the band have unveiled a video for “Odin Owns Ye All,” which […]

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Powerwolf release video for Army of the Night, album release pushed back to July 17th

Posted by on June 26, 2015

With just under a month until they drop their sixth studio album Blessed and Posessed, the symphonic metal outfit Powerwolf have released a music video for their song “Army of the Night.” B&P was mixed by Fredrik Norström (Hammerfall, At the Gates, Sabaton, Dream Evil) and Henrik Udd at Studio Fredman and mastered by Jens Bogren […]

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Video premiere: My Sleeping Karma, Prithvi

Posted by on April 21, 2015

Germany’s My Sleeping Karma have announced their fifth album, Moksha. We’re proud to bring you the premiere of the album’s “Prithvi.” The song is an atmospheric mid-tempo track that should appeal to fans of post-metal instrumental music like Russian Circles and Pelican. Mixing starkly-shot black and white footage of the band performing against a blank […]

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