German "high-voltage rock" band THE BULLETMONKS has inked a worldwide deal with Napalm Records. The group's debut album is scheduled for a spring release.

Commented the band: "We are very excited about signing with Napalm Records! After months of meetings and scouting the label world, Napalm Records has really proved to be the best place for us — hopefully for a long and great relationship. It didn't take long to realize their dedication to heavy music and rock 'n' roll, and we had a wonderful feeling right from the beginning that the people here really know where we want to go and what THE BULLETMONKS are all about. We thank everybody at the label for this opportunity and promise to deliver a dose of daily mosh 'n' roll very soon!"


Tyler Voxx: Lead Vocals, Lead, Rhythm Guitar
Spreace Jackson: Bass Guitar
Dangerous Dan: Lead Guitar
M. Dogg: Drums

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THE BULLETMONKS live in Munich, Germany - May 2008:


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