Track Premiere

Track Premiere: Falls of Rauros “White Granite”

February 17, 2017

Decibel Metal & Beer Fest performers Falls of Rauros debut new track from forthcoming LP Vigilance Perennial.

Track Premiere: Gridfailure – ‘Hostile Alchemist’

February 16, 2017

Gridfailure reveals the secrets of a “Hostile Alchemist” on the first part of their upcoming EP.

Track Premiere: Hyborian – ‘Maelstrom’

February 15, 2017

Hyborian‘s first record will tell the story of an intergalactic traveller. You can hear the first part of the tale now. 

Track Premiere: Woe Grapple With Death On ‘The Ones We Lost’

February 14, 2017

Losing a loved one can rearrange one’s whole world, an idea Woe are forced to grapple with on “The Ones We Lost.” 

Track Premiere: Apostate Viaticum praise “Moloch the Sanguinary”

February 14, 2017

You may not realize your life is missing triumphant Irish death metal until you hear Apostate Viaticum, the latest band to join the inimitable Invictus Productions roster. Hail this exclusive premiere of “Moloch the Sanguinary,” from their debut album Before the Gates of Gomorrah.

Track Premiere: Cold Fell – ‘Bone Ceiling’

February 13, 2017

Cold Fell embody a desolate and violent spirit inspired by the part of Northern England which they call home on “Bone Ceiling.”

Obituary Unveil “No” Via Decibel Flexi Series!

February 13, 2017

Death metal legends Obituary join the Decibel Flexi Series. Ultra-limited quantities available, so act fast! 

Track Premiere: Shade Empire – ‘Anti-Life Saviour’

February 10, 2017

Shade Empire have revealed the first song from their upcoming album, which remains nameless, accompanied by a powerful and cold music video.

Track Premiere: Damnations Day – ‘Colours of Darkness’

February 10, 2017

Damnations Day play to their strengths (big choruses, guitar solos, soaring vocals) on their latest single. 

Track Premiere: Condemned – ‘Legion’

February 9, 2017

Condemned faced a number of lineup changes, but His Divine Shadow has a fuller, more improved sound that can be heard on songs like “Legion.”

Track Premiere: In the Company of Serpents – ‘Limitless Light’

February 8, 2017

In the Company of Serpents explore their softer side while also delving deeper into their heavy side on the first single from their full-length. 

Track Premiere: Oozepus – ‘Farmers’

February 8, 2017

Oozepus (members of Coffins and Linekraft) craft noisy death-doom on “Farmers,” from their upcoming debut EP, Your Limit. 

Track Premiere: Hellkeeper – ‘Drown’

February 8, 2017

Hellkeeper aren’t holding back on their debut album if “Drown” is any indicator.

Track Premiere: The Obsessed – ‘Razor Wire’

February 7, 2017

The Obsessed sound fresh and energetic on “Razorwire” as they prepare to release their first full length album in over 20 years. 

Track Premiere: Black Cilice commences “Channeling Forgotten Energies”

February 7, 2017

An exclusive premiere of “Channeling Forgotten Energies,” off Banished from Time, the new album by Portugal’s staunchly necro entity, Black Cilice.

Track Premiere: Fen – ‘I (Pathway)’

February 6, 2017

Fen have refined their brand of atmospheric black metal on the first piece of their latest album, Winter. 

Track Premiere: Venenum issue “Cold Threat”

February 6, 2017

The wait is finally over! Now’s your chance to listen to the first new Venenum song in six years! We’ve got the exclusive premiere of “Cold Threat,” a brand new song from from the Bavarian death metallers’ long overdue debut full length, Trance of Death.

Track Premiere: Deathwish ‘Unleash Hell’ On New Song

February 3, 2017

Deathwish continue to “Unleash Hell” with a new music video that precedes an album, also called Unleash Hell. 

Track Premiere: Xibalba Say ‘Adios’ On New Song

February 2, 2017

Xibalba issues an angry, mournful goodbye on the third and final song on their new EP, Diablo, Con Amor… Adios. 

Track Premiere: Front Beast present “Rape the Corpse of Christ”

February 1, 2017

German one-man black metal assault Front Beast goes full Profanatica with “Rape the Corpse of Christ,” from their third full length, Third Scourge from Darkness.

TRACK PREMIERE: MOROS “CORROSIVE EXISTENCE”

February 1, 2017

“We’re making sludge through a death metal lens,” Moros drummer Jason Dost tells Decibel. “I can’t say we are a death metal band but the horror and savageness of that early death metal sound influences what we do for sure.” 

Happily, that proves to be a pretty goddamn spot-on self-assessment as one jams this seriously intense, head-turning Moros split with Black Urn  — a straight-up enigmatic-yet-primal nightmare translated into assaultive sound waves.

Track Premiere: Unearthly Trance – ‘Scythe’

February 1, 2017

Bleak, noisy doom is what to expect from Unearthly Trance‘s latest single, “Scythe.”

Track Premiere: Lecherous Gaze Board a UFO to Find the “Thing Within”

February 1, 2017

Californian spacelords Lecherous Gaze blast their cosmic punk ‘n’ roll from 365,000,000 miles away on “Thing Within.”

Track Premiere: Ungfell cast “Gottes Acker”

January 31, 2017

In which we expose you to an exclusive premiere of “Gottes Acker,” from the debut full length, Tôtbringære, by Zurich-based black metal warlocks Ungfell.

Track Premiere: Frowning – ‘Nocturnal Void’

January 27, 2017

Frowning perform mournful, crushing funeral doom. “Nocturnal Void” feels like the soundtrack to a funeral procession. 

Explore the “Black Miasma” With Lantern’s New Jam!

January 27, 2017

“The crooked progressions, slimy vibes and otherworldly melodies will explain why this song had to be bestowed with a name as blunt and primitive as ‘Black Miasma.'”

Joy Premiere Unhinged Video For ‘Cut To The Nerve’

January 26, 2017

Joy‘s new video from their 2016 EP underscores the raw anger and chaos in “Cut to the Nerve.”

Track Premiere: Disharmony open “The Gates of Elthon”

January 24, 2017

Hellenic occultists Disharmony return after a nearly twenty year hiatus to unleash Goddamn the Sun upon our unsuspecting asses, and we’ve got an exclusive sneak peek with grand leveler “The Gates of Elthon.”

Track Premiere: Striker – ‘Born to Lose’

January 23, 2017

“Without big money bullshit (the quartet’s 100% independent) Striker have struck an ideal balance between nostalgic hooks and blue collar work ethic.”