October 20, 2020 Sean Frasier
Canadian deathbringers WAKE never stay asleep for long. Surrender to blackened chaos by streaming their Confluence EP now.
October 20, 2020 Gene Meyer
If you like your grind to sound like a bunch of rabies-infested rats attacking an electric guitar in your stepdad’s garage, then SkinWalkers just might be the band for you.
October 16, 2020 Vince Bellino
Broken Goblet and Unearth collaborate to aid the ACLU.
October 14, 2020 Shawn Macomber
Current and former members of Ramming Speed, Battlemaster, Backstabbers Inc, and more unite to bring you an extremely Loud Night.
October 14, 2020 Sean Frasier
Swedeath savages Disrupted team up with LIK frontman Tomas Åkvik for their sharp-edged new single “Chopped into Oblivion.”
October 13, 2020 Chris Dick
Over 25 years after their highwater mark, U.K. death dealer Benediction finally transcend the rubicon once more.
October 13, 2020 Gene Meyer
Mexican powerviolence purveyors HONG KONG FUCK YOU are coming to the bottom row of a festival flier near you.
October 12, 2020 Forrest Pitts
Part 1 of an exhaustive look at the improbable crossover appeal of Steve Austin’s legendary Today Is the Day.
October 9, 2020 Sean Frasier
D-beat supergroup Perdition Sect beckons the apocalypse with the crushing condemnations of “Plague of Incompetence.” Featuring members of Incantation, Ringworm, Shed the Skin and Brain Tentacles.
October 7, 2020 Fred Pessaro
Hear the return of NYHC legend Sam Siegler (Judge, Youth of Today, Civ) with Terror vocalist Scott Vogel in World Be Free.
October 7, 2020 Shawn Macomber
Take a stroll down death thrash memory lane with this sick Sepultura covers EP courtesy Sun in Shadows and Soul Remnants.
October 7, 2020 Sean Frasier
Swedish melodeath firestarters Furnace beckon Lovecraftian menace with the dark melodies of their Dark Vistas concept album.
October 6, 2020 Jon Rosenthal
Yaotl Mictlan‘s latest effort is a mystical example of pre-Christian belief expressed through the black metal vehicle.
October 6, 2020 Gene Meyer
Nasum: Blasting Shit to Bits captures the final live performance of the Swedish grindcore heroes on a new DVD.
October 2, 2020 Shawn Macomber
Can the digital hell of the new Petbrick single courtesy two heavy metal legends help strike a blow against cancer? It’s up to you.
October 1, 2020 Dutch Pearce
Decibel investigates the ongoing fight over album art between legendary artist Dan Seagrave and extreme metal progenitors Earache Records.
September 30, 2020 Shawn Macomber
Trading riffs for ‘graphs, Exhumed/Gruesome slayer Matt Harvey deftly summons alternate reality nightmares with “The Vessel.”
September 30, 2020 Sean Frasier
Vancouver post-metal project Empress achieves sonic catharsis on their debut LP, Premonition. Listen to the exclusive stream now.
September 29, 2020 Gene Meyer
Canadian blasters Soil of Ignorance are firmly embedded in grindcore’s fertile roots.
September 28, 2020 Shawn Macomber
Let the sublimely chaotic, enlivening 1981 set captured on “Live at CBGBs” help you regain The Faith.
September 25, 2020 Sean Frasier
The True Mayhem shredder Teloch also crafts scintillating synthwave as Bergeton. Watch the borderline-NSFW video for “Miami Murder” now.
September 24, 2020 Bradley Zorgdrager
Wanna hear a sick new brutal slamming death metal demo? Well, move this one to the top of the Corpse Pile.
September 23, 2020 Shawn Macomber
Don’t be left out in the cold — stream the first new music in fourteen years from NYHC legends Subzero right now!
September 22, 2020 Dutch Pearce
Australian black metal quartet Vyrion merge abominable power and unstoppable force on “Avalanche,” from their impending new album, Nil.
Finally, Mexico City deathbangers Infesticide unleash their sophomore full-length. Vintage Morrisound death metal bloodshed awaits on Envenoming Wounds.
Scottish post-hardcore sludgians Bosphorus slowly and carefully lower their massive, ground-shaking debut album Slow Burn.
September 22, 2020 Gene Meyer
The ever-prolific Andrew Lee returns with some new “emotional grindcore” from his Skullsmasher project.
September 21, 2020 Shawn Macomber
Bristol, U.K. trio Svalbard didn’t merely make a better record than 2018’s solid It’s Hard to Have Hope, but delivered the first truly great album of their career.
September 21, 2020 Chris Dick
California-based Transcendence LA thrash ’til (melodic) death on new album, Towards Obscurities Beyond. Streaming only at Decibel!
September 17, 2020 Bradley Zorgdrager
Trust the crust of Napalm Death live guitarist John Cooke’s Corrupt Moral Altar.