Yes, that's a music video of the title track of an album with the same name as a full-length film rendition of a novel. And Hideous Divinity's is no less complex in practice, so go ahead and press play for some brain food (/and bludgeoning).Read More
In this month's issue of Decibel, we bring you a flexi so close to our hearts that it's practically a third ventricle. We got Asphyx mouthpiece Martin Van Drunen to talk about his relationship to the magazine and its editor, as well as the way the band put together our most recent edition of the flexi series.Read More
Three years ago today Slayer's iconic guitarist and songwriter Jeff Hanneman died. On that afternoon, Decibel #105 was almost a wrap. Just days before we were set to go to the print, we scrapped the planned issue and instead printed a nine-page tribute to Hanneman. To honor Hanneman, we are reprinting the main feature from that issue.Read More
** Twenty-two years. That's how long Dark Funeral has been at it. It, being black metal. It, being the black metal lifestyle. It, being two EPs and six full-lengths, going back to 1994, when black metal wasn't hip in your neck of the woods (unless it's Olso, Bergen, or Stockholm). For the past seven years, the Swedes have been writing new album, Where Shadows Forever Reign. They've changed vocalists, with Emperor Magus Caligula exiting after 15 years of service to be replaced by Heljarmadr (Cursed 13). New drummer Dominator (The Wretched End) is an inspired blast machine. And bassist Natt (Angrepp) rumbles Lucifer's great thunder. Reinforced with dark legions, Dark Funeral will take Where Shadows Forever Reign across the globe. Rise... Legions!Read More
Finnish black metallers True Black Dawn have preached the good and blasphemous word since 1992. Check out the premiere for the title track on Come the Colorless Dawn, the band's second full-length, and first album in 15 years.Read More
It’s been over two years since Creepsylvania miscreants Ghoul have released any new material. Though Decibel enjoyed the beach/surf-themed Hang 10 EP, if you’re like us, we’re guessing you’ve been eager to hear Digestor and Cremator get back to dealing the death/thrash that’s responsible for the majority of Romania’s GDP.
Thanks to Decibel, now you can. “Wall of Death” will be released as part of the vaunted Decibel Flexi Series in just a few weeks!
To get this exclusive new rager, you’ll need to subscribe to Decibel's deluxe edition by Monday, May 2 at 9am EST. Active deluxe subscribers can expect to receive “Wall of Death” in the July issue of Decibel. All that for the less than a price of a goat!
More good news: You can expect a full-length of new non-flexi material from Ghoul released on Tankcrimes this July!