Five Heavy Albums that Changed My Life with Doug Moore of Pyrrhon
January 7, 2021 Greg Pratt
Wondering what five heavy albums changed Doug Moore of Pyrrhon and Glorious Depravity‘s life? Read on.
Five For Friday: October 2, 2020
October 2, 2020 J. Andrew
Today’s list of new releases is totally stacked: Enslaved, Anaal Nathrakh, Lamp of Murmuur and more! Happy Friday!
Video Premiere: Sicarius – “God of Dead Roots”
March 12, 2020 Bradley Zorgdrager
Sicarius don’t sound like they come from California, nor does God of Dead Roots sound like it’s from 2020.
Track Premiere: Born to Murder the World – ‘Brutality Alchemist’
June 14, 2018 Emily Bellino
Stream the first song from Born to Murder the World featuring Shane Embury (Napalm Death) and Mick Kenney (Anaal Nathrakh) now.
Forging Towards (Another) Sunset: Catching Up With Anaal Nathrakh Vocalist Dave Hunt
June 29, 2016 Shawn Macomber
As grind-infused industrial black metal levelers Anaal Nathrakh put the finishing touches on the band’s as-yet-untitled ninth full-length — tentatively slated for an October release via Metal Blade — Decibel caught up with vocalist Dave Hunt for a illuminating chat.
EXCLUSIVE PREMIERE: Anaal Nathrakh’s “Monstrum in Animo”
September 17, 2014 Shawn Macomber
Anaal Nathrakh doesn’t — or at least shouldn’t — require much of an introduction — the ridiculously consistent Birmingham black metallers are simply one of the most utterly fearsome and inventive outfits currently operating in the modern extreme metal scene. Elite level mind-fuckers. Aural devastators. Masters of what the band’s new Metal Blade bio calls…
This One Clothing Line Will Make All Other Holiday Shopping Redundant (Plus Contest!)
November 26, 2013 Jeff Treppel
Did you ever wish that someone made high quality T-shirts for you, the discerning metalhead, that were not also catnip for douche bags like Affliction? I mean, one can’t wear band shirts ALL the time. Variety is the spice of life, even if that variety only comes within the realm of black T-shirts. Well, Mick…
Episode DB004 – The Best Covers of the Decibel Flexi Series
September 27, 2013 Jesse Chase
Your intrepid hosts sit down with perpetual good sport/extreme music tastemaker Gordon Conrad (Season of Mist) and divulge the stories behind the best covers in the Decibel Flexi Series. Featuring:Revocation “Pull the Plug” (Death) Anaal Nathrakh “Man at C & A” (The Specials)Evoken “Rotting Misery” (Paradise Lost)Watain “Fuck Off, We Murder” (GG Allin)In Solitude “Mother of…
STREAMING: Anaal Nathrakh’s “Todos Somos Humanos”
October 17, 2012 Justin Norton
“Madness is like gravity. All it takes is a little push.” So said Heath Ledger’s eminently quotable Joker in The Dark Knight. And there is perhaps no better push than new material from the two maniacs behind Anaal Nathrakh. Decibel is happy to give you a sneak peak of “Todos Somos Humanos,” off the upcoming…
Real Live Stories || How Anaal Nathrakh broke out of Necrodeath and wound up on a stage
March 2, 2012 Jonathan Horsley
OK, so there is a cynical body of thought that might consider black metal as a live performance artform and argue that the genre is best served by careful cellaring. Like it’s a take-home experience, one to be kept in the studio/bedroom, only ever to be enjoyed on record. Of course when we say “enjoyed”…
ANAAL NATHRAKH—A night at the movies with Dave Hunt.
November 21, 2011 Jonathan Horsley
It was the other week at Candlefest in London that reminded the Deciblog that Dave Hunt, vocalist and master of ceremonies for Birmingham/Orange County(!) duo Anaal Nathrakh, had dutifully filled an optional extra on an email interview. It was right around the time when Hunt was mooting the idea that the Deciblog had imbibed amphetamines—which…
STREAMING: Anaal Nathrakh “Paragon Pariah”
March 21, 2011 Chris Dick
Obliterating everyone in attendance at this year’s Scion Rock festival in Pomona, California, British black metallers Anaal Nathrakh appear poised for extreme metal dominance. Though the group’s history takes them back to 1998 (debut album, The Codex Necro, landed in 2001), it’s the recent output, namely 2009’s In the Constellation of the Black Widow, that’s…
Scion Rock Fest 2011 – Unannounced Bands, uh Announced!
January 20, 2011 Chris Dick
Scion A/V announced the partial line-up for the 2011 Scion Rock Fest. It was ridiculous! But it just got even more ridiculous! So much so, Scion A/V proposed to fly Decibot from his digital hovel to Pomona, CA to witness the awesomeness, but Decibot declined because the new Rev Theory album is imminent. OK, so…