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!
“Everything is permitted.” Considering that's Norwegian experimental collective Ulver's genre description, hindsight confirms it's no surprise they strayed so dramatically from the black metal that shaped their earliest albums. Following the release of their 13th LP, vocalist Kristoffer Rygg shares his thoughts on the band’s evolution and his own artistic journey.Read More
New album, Bereft, turns all the black/death goodness up to (generating random and completely unexpected number) eleven, and we demanded an audience with Côté. You might have read some of Côté's thoughts in Issue #139 (May 2016, Amon Amarth cover), but now you can check out the rest of the interview and get a listen to this consistently powerful underground metal act.Read More