Napalm Recods

Frost of Satyricon: Darkness and Light

Three years in the making, borne of the depths of the mind and the night, Deep Calleth Upon Deep promises to be a milestone release for Satyricon.

Few bands have been as formative and yet, as challenging to their genre as Norway’s Satyricon have been for black metal.

Satyricon - Deep Calleth Upon Deep (Napalm Records)

Satyricon look inward to the complexities of darkness in their bold and brooding ninth studio album, Deep Calleth Upon Deep.
Release Date: 
22 Sep 2017 (All day)

Satyricon have released some of black metal’s most classic and musically diverse albums since their inception in Norway in 1

Mammoth Mammoth take their greasy Australian metal to Europe

The boys looking to get Hammered Again in Europe

These Australian Rockers mix the finest dirty hard rock with a healthy dose of stoner vibes!

John Garcia on John Garcia...

Finally, after many years, we get a solo album...

John Garcia is wide awake and on the ball (well, running some lunch-time errands actually) but it’s 5:30am for me.

Legion of the Damned- Ravenous Plague (Napalm Records)

Some okay thrash that's neither here nor there...

One of the great virtues (or vices, depending on who you ask) of metal is the value placed on consistency.

Brant Bjork on All Manner of Stuff...

"Hey man, you don’t get to decide what I do with my energy and my life…”

One of the coolest cats in rock, Brant Bjork, is hanging out at Venice, California, doing interviews and just generally being cool and mellow.

Gloryhammer - Tales from the Kingdom of Fife (Napalm Records)

Tales from the Kingdom of Fife is soaked with the PG blood of battle, singed by fireballs and enchanted by a +1 to inspire an air-guitar solo.
Release Date: 
29 Mar 2013 (All day)

Gloryhammer. It may be their first release, but you already know what you’re going to get. Dungeons and Dragons style epic fantasy stories set to passionate power metal.

Alestorm "Live At The End Of The World" DVD Shoot, Hi-Fi Bar, Melbourne, 18/01/13

What happens when you pack almost 1000 scurvy Australian pirate fans into a venue for a live DVD recording? Just about anything...

Locals and tourists were greeted with loud cries of “YARRRGH” as they strolled down Swanston Street on Friday night.

"People seem to like what we do. I don't know why." - Christopher Bowes of Alestorm

True Scottish Pirate Metal invades Australian shores once again in January, but this time there will be evidence.

With half a dozen interviews ahead of him, Christopher Bowes is sitting back with a bottle of wine to keep him going through th