Napalm Records launches COVID-19 hub for updated information about delays and related issues

Posted by on March 19, 2020


Like many, I’m totally bummed about missing the upcoming Life of Agony tour (note:  this is rescheduled for 2021) and many of the other shows that were scheduled by the Napalm Records family of artists. COVID-19 has affected us all greatly and things are moving super fast.

With this all in mind, Napalm Records has created an easy to use hub that features:

Tour News/Updates

Crowdfunding Opportunities

Live Streams

Merch Shop

It’s a wealth of cool stuff to help tide you over!

Metal fans can have access to really cool performances like Alestorm’s from March 17.  (Check out the part where he does the keytar solo while drinking a beer!)

From Thomas Caser, Napalm Records Managing Director:

“The essence of our music – experiencing it live – is hit extremely hard by this pandemic. A lot of artists who were on tours that got cancelled or had scheduled tours that got cancelled or postponed are facing difficult times. But our Metal community stays strong and we have seen amazing reactions, acts of solidarity and support for the artists. This is what our family of Metal is about. Thank you all from the bottom of our hearts for this. Please keep on being positive, support the bands by listening to their music, show pride by proudly wearing their merchandising, and spread the music by sharing. Keep your tickets for moved tours, shows and festivals, hang in there with us! Better times will come when we all are able to gather again at concerts and festivals to celebrate our music. In the meantime, stay strong, healthy and foremost – HOME! Thank you all!”


Markus Riedler, Founder of Napalm Records comments:

In the meantime, Life of Agony’s Sound of Scars has been in my regular quarantine in place rotation.

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