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New Album, "Molotov Rocktail", out last 3 of September via Napalm Records


Bokassa - photo credit: Kenneth Sporsheim - mgmeia
Bokassa - photo credit: Kenneth Sporsheim

As we expected the Norway’s Bokassa finally released their new album, "Molotov Rocktail", September 3 2021, via Napalm Records! Their eclectic and catchy mix of stoner, sludge, metal and catchy punk rock has earned them die-hard fans all over the world, as well as hundreds of thousands of streams across all platforms.


Bokassa are fully charged up and ready to set everything ablaze on their upcoming new album, revealing the new single and video for “Hereticules” today - a final taste of what’s to come on Molotov Rocktail!“Hereticules” balances melodic choruses and punishing guitar riffs, BOKASSA’s crisp, dense production and a punishing breakdown that’ll leave listener’s necks sore for days!


Bokassa adds:

“'Hereticules' is one of our favourite songs on the record. From the hardcore punk intro, the sludgy lead riff, the big bombastic horn and choir filled rock chorus to the punishing metal breakdown outro it’s quite a ride for the listener. Such a wacky genre fused song deserves a wacky video with choreographed dance moves. So that’s what it got!”


Saluting from Trondheim, Norway, hard rock trio Bokassa during the Worldwired tour with METALLICA, the band released the critically acclaimed Crimson Riders (2019). On top of this, the Norwegians were nominated for the prestigious Spellemann-Award for Breakthrough of the Year in 2020. Now, BOKASSA are ready to enter the explosive next chapter with their exciting new album, Molotov Rocktail!


Vocalist and guitarist Jorn Kaarstad’s unmistakably great voice and crushing guitar riffs hit satisfyingly hard with the snappy drumming and fat bass tone of drummer Olav Dowkes and bassist Bard Linga. Songs like “Hereticules” effortlessly pull off the transition between melodic choruses and punishing breakdowns, while the title track “Molotov Rocktail” is two minutes of pure stoner punk paradise with its dense songwriting and dynamic production. The album closer’s intro riff, “Immortal Space Pirate 3 Too Old For This Sith”, meanwhile, could be lifted straight off a classic BEHEMOTH album. On Molotov Rocktail, BOKASSA’s daring but cohesive tightrope act of singalongs and neck breaking grooves is highly contagious – mixed and mastered by Machine the powerhouse from Trondheim misses no chance to entrance the listener with every second of runtime!



Molotov Rocktail Tracklisting:

1. Freelude

2. So Long Idiots!

3. Pitchforks R Us

4. Hereticules

5. Low (And Behold)

6. Godless

7. Molotov Rocktail

8. Burn It All (P.T.S.D.E.A.D)

9. Careless (In The Age Of Altruism)

10. Code Red

11. Immortal Space Pirate 3 Too Old For This Sith







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