International rock and metal label Napalm Records is expanding its North American team with the establishment of a brand-new office in Hoboken, New Jersey.
Now in its 26th year, the Austria-based label is home to the likes of The Smashing Pumpkins, DevilDriver, Alter Bridge and Creed frontman Scott Stapp. The new Hoboken outpost brings marketing manager Bram Teitelman and public relations manager Natalie Camillo into the fold, both joining the previously-established New York City-area team of label manager Shawn Quinn, digital marketing manager Sonia Goldberg and webstore manager Logan Butler.
“Natalie Camillo is our answer to satisfying the fast-changing PR requests of our high-profile artists," said Napalm Records founder and managing director Markus Riedler. "Bram Teitelman is an institution of rock and metal -- his experience and knowledge in radio is a guideline for all our radio friendly artists and to develop the next generation. I’m so happy that our artists have the possibility to work with such a great team from North America and that we can deliver what they deserve.”