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STREAMING: Scion A/V interviews Municipal Waste

By: Chris D. Posted in: featured, listen, videos On: Friday, August 16th, 2013


Municipal Waste are no strangers to Decibel-land. Having performed admirably at our 100th Issue show, appeared as chefs on the cover of issue #89 [available HERE] and earned an honorable place on Albert’s mancave mantle, the Virginia-based thrashers are, well, like family. When Scion A/V approached us to air an exclusive interview with the Wastoids—in celebration for their second ...

Quebec’s Catuvolcus Premiere New Track!

By: Dan Lake Posted in: featured, interviews, listen On: Friday, August 16th, 2013


Catuvolcus, those purveyors of anthemic historical metal, have been waking ancient Gallic spirit from their home in Warwick for the past six years.  In that time, they've dropped an EP and two full-length records.  Decibel's only exposure to their sound has been through Gergovia, the band's second album, and it's a heavy-as-hell burner of a record.  The music bristles with ...

Grandfather Has a New Album. Get Off Your Lawn and Listen.

By: kevin.stewart-panko Posted in: featured, free, gnarly one-offs, listen, uncategorized On: Thursday, August 15th, 2013

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Featuring ex-members of Family and probably some other bands, Brooklyn's Grandfather is currently riding a wave churned by positive recommendations from the likes of Steve Albini (who engineered the band's Why I'd Try debut), Spin Magazine, Brooklyn Vegan and a bunch of other press outlets that people apparently pay rapt attention to. Album number two, titled In Human Form, just dropped a couple ...

Decibrity Playlist: Pelican

By: zach.smith Posted in: featured, interviews, listen, lists On: Thursday, August 15th, 2013


One-time cover stars Pelican hail from Chicago, metropolis of the Great Lakes states. While last year saw the departure of guitarist Laurent Schroeder-Lebec, new blood has brought new tunes beginning with the 7" the band will drop next week. To celebrate, guitarists Trevor de Brauw and newcomer Dallas Thomas, bassist Bryan Herweg and drummer Larry Herweg were kind enough to put together a ...

The Deciblog Interview: Jack Grisham

By: Posted in: featured, interviews On: Wednesday, August 14th, 2013


Jack Grisham’s place in the world of punk and extreme music is secure. In the early 80s, he was the volatile frontman of T.S.O.L. (True Sounds Of Liberty), a band that along with Black Flag and the Circle Jerks defined southern California hardcore. He handled vocals on their debut EP and the eternal classic Dance With Me (he is credited on the back cover as Alex Morgan). After appearing in ...

STREAMING: Twlight of the Gods “Destiny Forged in Blood”

By: Chris D. Posted in: featured, listen On: Wednesday, August 14th, 2013


"The idea came from a discussion over a beer or two with a friend about Primordial possibly doing a set of epic Bathory tracks to commemorate our 20th anniversary," says steelheart Alan Averill on the origins of Twilight of the Gods. "I realized this was pretty unlikely so he more or less made me a bet to put a band together and do exactly that so I cast the net out and here we are a couple of ...

STREAMING: No Sir’s “The Future Is Bright”

By: Jeff Treppel Posted in: featured, listen On: Tuesday, August 13th, 2013

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Hey, a hardcore band with an ironic album title. A quick click on the "play" button below will tell you exactly what No Sir think about you manage the's future prospects. And if that's too subtle for you, they list Albert Camus and David Lynch among their lyrical influences. Sonically, these West Coast punks sound like West Coast punk, with all the requisite noise rock and shoegaze-y toxic ...

Weapon’s Paradigm Shift: The Final Interview

By: dB_admin Posted in: featured, gnarly one-offs, interviews On: Tuesday, August 13th, 2013


by Kim Kelly Earlier this year, it seemed as though Canadian black/death Satanists Weapon were still at the top of their game. 2012 saw the release of Embers and Revelations, their most ambitious album to date and their debut for heavyweight label Relapse. They’d hit the road for a successful North American tour with Marduk and 1349, and endured the dissolution of a proposed ...

John Gält Is A Sleaze Rocker

By: Shawn Macomber Posted in: featured, listen On: Tuesday, August 13th, 2013


Here are the two main things you need to know about Kharkiv, Ukraine's future sleaze rock superstars John Gält: 1. The band's superb debut full-length Served Hot is a brash, hook-filled throwback to hard rock's better days, marrying a bit of Motörhead aggro and Priest-y chug-soar-chug to an old school Mötley Crüe swagger n' sneer. It is pure, unapologetic rock n' roll rebellion created by ...

UK grind-swines Purify The Horror release their “Untitled EP” as a free download

By: jonathan.horsley Posted in: featured, free, listen On: Monday, August 12th, 2013


Three guys in pig masks? While we’d like to think that Purify the Horror were channelling the heist scene from BMX Bandits when they were working on their aesthetic, but it’s probably the whole anonymity thing that they were going for. Apart from the mortal threats issued during said bank job, the “Australian Goonies” doesn’t share too much artistic common ground with this enigmatic ...