Monthly Archives November 2017


Back in 2008, ALESTORM were mere newcomers and beginners – and yet they created a modern metal classic and a completely new subgenre: Captain Morgan`s Revenge marks the birth of Pirate Metal as we know it today and turned a couple of young Scotsmen into the hottest band the modern metal scene has to offer!

Ten years later and sold-out shows all over the world, their boozy debut gets its well-deserved anniversary treatment and will be re-released on January 26th, 2018 with Napalm Records!

Captain Morgan`s Revenge – 10th Anniversary Edition has received a fresh remix and remastering by original producer Lasse Lammert at his LSD studios and will be coming with a rejuvenated artwork...

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Bow your heads down to the Cavalera brothers, and a heavy release day to the thrash metal legends! Today the brand new album ‘Psychosis’ by CAVALERA CONSPIRACY has been released on Napalm Records, but to celebrate this very special day, the band has now also unleashed an official music video for the track ‘Spectral War’!

Says Max Cavalera:
“Our new video “Spectral War” was directed by the great tattoo artist, Paul Booth. It focuses on the idea of manipulating war through the ages! I’m very excited for the release of “Psychosis!” Death/Thrash Metal is back to set the world on fire!!!”

Get your eyes and ears on it, and check out ‘Spectral War’ right – HERE!

Available as CD digipack, digital download & LP Gatefold editions, purchase your copy of ‘Psychosis’ – HERE!

The tracklist...

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W.A.S.P. – Unveil Details For Release Of „ReIdolized (The Soundtrack to the Crimson Idol)”! Pre-Orders Available Now!

This year marks the 25th anniversary of “The Crimson Idol” – the legendary story of Jonathan Aaron Steele, which was originally intended to be accompanied by a movie, with several hundred hours of film that were shot to create approximately 60 minutes of movie footage.

The album is still considered to be the best of W.A.S.P.’s career, and one of the greatest concept albums of all time! It undoubtedly belongs in every metal head’s record collection!

Napalm Records now proudly presents “ReIdolized (The Soundtrack to the Crimson Idol)”, the 25th anniversary of the iconic hit album plus the original “The Crimson Idol” movie on DVD and BluRay! For the first time EVER as originally intended – film and soundtrack united and released as one special product! The product will also feature 4 missin...

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THREAT SIGNAL: CD Release Date Pushed to November 24th in North America!

Due to a manufacturing delay in North America, THREAT SIGNAL’s new album “Disconnect” will be released in CD format (physical format) on November 24th. Currently, it’s still available for pre-ordering via all key retailers including Amazon, FYE, and BestBuy.

For more information check the band’s Facebook page – HERE!

Since their critically acclaimed debut offering “Under Reprisal” (2006), which won the “Canadian Recording Of The Year Award” at the Hamilton Music Awards, THREAT SIGNAL became internationally recognised as one of the most interesting modern acts in thrash metal.

Their latest two installments, the intense “Vigilance” (2009) and reinvented “Threat Signal” (2011), have both met with unrelenting hype, with each generating growing interest within the metal community...

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Coilguns – ‘Millennials’ – New Album (2018)!

On March 23rd, 2018 Coilguns will release Millennials on Hummus Records. Millennials is a violent and over-the-top distorted record, born in a completely saturated scene.

Millennials was written and recorded in January 2016 by the band, self-engineered on the inside of the desperate monoculture landscapes of central Germany. What is a breathless, lo-fi and lo-tuned epileptic record, that roughly questions their own behavior as partially conscious citizens of a scary weird and exciting globalized music world.

The band commented, “We have this manic habit of using crazy sounding Wikipedia article titles as track names, just to blur our traces and look smart I guess. It always creates a funny gap in between the song’s lyrical content and its final title...

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