SATYRICON sign to Napalm Records

SATYRICON have signed a worldwide deal with Napalm Records. They have also hit the studio to record their new album.


Thomas Caser, CEO of Napalm Records:

“We are proud to announce the signing of one of this most influential Extreme Metal act and pioneer of a whole genre. This upcoming album will surely set another mile stone in heavy music and we are honoured to release it this fall!” 


SATYRICON will be heading out on tour later this year. Check out the dates below:

24.09.17 DE – Hamburg / Grünspan
25.09.17 DE – Essen / Turock
26.09.17 NL – Tilburg – 013
27.09.17 BE – Vosselaar / Biebob
29.09.17 UK – London / Heaven
30.09.17 FR – Paris  / La Maroquinerie
01.10.17 FR – Nantes – MJC De Reze
02.10.17 FR – Toulouse / Le Metronum
04.10.17 ES – Madrid / Sala But
05.10.17 ES – Barcelona / Razzamatazz
06.10.17 FR – Montpellier / Rockstore
07.10.17 IT – Bologna / Zona Roveri
09.10.17 CH – Zurich / Dynamo
10.10.17 DE – Munich / Backstage Halle
11.10.17 AT – Vienna / Szene
12.10.17 CZ – Prague / Akropolis
14.10.17 PL – Krakow / Kwadrat
15.10.17 PL – Warsaw / Progresja
16.10.17 DE – Berlin / SO36
17.10.17 DK – Copenhagen / Pumpehuset
19.10.17 DK – Aarhus  Train
20.10.17 SE – Gotherburg / Pustervik
21.10.17 SE – Stockholm / Klubben



Satyricon Gear Up To Release New Album

After being diagnosed with a brain tumour last year, things looked bleak for Satyricon frontman Sigurd “Satyr” Wongraven, but low and behold the blackened metal pioneers will be hitting the studio in 2017 to record their first record in four years. In an interview with Metal Hammer, the frontman noted the record would show a mellower side to the band :

“When we started getting back in to the rhythm after I was hospitalised, the music changed. I wasn’t so much into what we did earlier – it wasn’t that I didn’t like it, but I didn’t feel it in the same way anymore.”

“A lot of what we did in the beginning is relentless, violent and aggressive. It’s not like it’s sobbing or really sad now, but it’s more percussive, varied and soulful. There’s less emphasis on the aggressive violent part of it.”

This should come as promising news for extreme metal fans who are eager to see another side of the metal legends. Keep your eyes and ears open for more on the new album!