hard & heavy

Night to release new single “Feeling it Everywhere” on April 3rd 2020

Swedish rockers Night releases their 7" single “Feeling it Everywhere” on The Sign Records on April 3rd, 2020. The single contains 2 songs - the title track, as well as “King of the Night”.

Night also announces a 15 date European tour with adventure rockers in Hällas. The tour was planned for the spring of 2020 but is, due to corona, postponed to September this year.

Devilfire to release new single “Dream Evil” on April 3rd 2020

Edgy melodic hard rock quintet, Devilfire, release a brand new single on Fri 3rd April 2020. “Dream Evil” will be available through all main download and streaming platforms.

The single is available to pre-save on Spotify, Apple Music and Deezer, here.

“Dream Evil” is the first new music to be released from their forthcoming album - “Black Soul Vendetta” - scheduled for release later this year.

Vandenberg to release new studio album “2020” on May 29th 2020

Vandenberg have set to release their new studio album “2020” on May 29th, 2020, via Mascot Records.

Vandenberg. A name with an illustrious past. Led by master guitarist Adrian Vandenberg, the Dutch foursome released three quality albums during the early to mid-80s, namely, the self-titled 1982 debut, (spawning the US hit single “Burning Heart”) “Heading for a Storm” (1983) and “Alibi” (1985).

Everyday Heroes to release debut full-length album “A Tale of Sin & Sorrow” on June 5th 2020

Welsh southern hard rock group Everyday Heroes have revealed details of their forthcoming debut album “A Tale of Sin & Sorrow”.

To coincide with the announcement, the band have premiered a music video for new track “Standing Stones”. Watch the video below.

Wales Online hails Everyday Heroes “one of the 11 most exciting bands and artists in Newport” and with this new release the group deliver on the promise shown to date in such a short space of time.

Gotthard announces new European Shows for October 2020 and January 2021

Due to the ongoing concerns around Coronavirus, Gotthard have been forced to cancel their upcoming headline show in London. New European shows have also been announced for October 2020 and January 2021.

The show that was scheduled to take place on the 20th May at London’s 229 venue has been rescheduled for the 28th October.

Tickets will remain valid for the new date and refunds are available from the point of purchase if needed.
 

Napalm Records launches online informational Hub in response to COVID-19 related tour delays and restrictions

As the impact of COVID-19 is being felt around the world, many of our Napalm Records artists and their teams have had to make the very difficult decision to postpone or cancel their previously scheduled tours. This current situation will cause previously unforeseeable issues for artists and the entire live entertainment industry, but the health and safety of everyone – including our artists, their teams and live music fans – is absolutely paramount, now and always.