Samael Sign With Napalm Records To Headline California Death Fest 3

Black metal pioneers SAMAEL from Switzerland have signed a worldwide record deal with Napalm Records! The band is working on a new album, which will be released later in 2017.

Founded in 1987 as an old school black metal act that was influenced by the likes of Bathory, fellow countrymen Celtic Frost, and Venom, the brothers Vorph and Xy later developed the band’s style further towards a more industrial dark metal sound that found its high peak in those legendary album such as “Passage” and “Eternal”.
The band on the signing to Napalm Records and their future endeavors:
“We’re thrilled to announce that we’ve tightened the knot with Napalm Records for the release of our new album! We’re looking forward to this exciting alliance for what will undoubtedly be the most important record in the S A M A E L history!”
We’ve been around long enough to appreciate the importance of collaboration when it comes to turn projects into reality. We still have many great things to achieve and our partnership with Napalm Records will most certainly help us in doing so.
2017 is the year! With a dynamic and enthusiastic team behind us and with the help of our dedicated fans we’re more than ready to unleashed new music upon the world… more to follow soon!”
California Deathfest III
October 13 and 14, 2017
@ Oakland Metro OperahouseSamael (Switzerland) – Ceremony of Opposites set
S.O.B. (Japan)
Merciless (Sweden)
Tsjuder (Norway)
Victims (Sweden)
Dead Congregation (Greece)
Diocletian (New Zealand)
Lord Gore
Ascended Dead

Many more bands will be announced soon.
CDF 2017 tickets:

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