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Five For Friday: August 5, 2022

August 5, 2022

It’s a big week for big bands this week, with the latest from Amon Amarth, Arch Enemy, Soulfly and more!

Pre-Order ARCH ENEMY’s New Album, ‘Deceivers,’ on Exclusive Color Vinyl ONLY From Decibel!

February 4, 2022

We’ve got 300 copies of the Decibel exclusive “Translucent Emerald Green” color vinyl of the new Arch Enemy album Deceivers available NOW for pre-order!

Q&A: David Andersson (The Night Flight Orchestra) Sails Into Yacht Rock Waters

July 30, 2018

An interview with The Night Flight Orchestra’s David Andersson about “Sometimes the World Ain’t Enough”.

Full Album Stream: Buried Realm – ‘The Ichor Carcinoma’

September 28, 2017

Stream the new album from Buried Realm featuring current and former members of The Black Dahlia Murder, Arch Enemy, Septicflesh, Firewind, Wintersun and more!

Arch Enemy Release First Original Song From New Album, ‘Will to Power’

July 14, 2017

Listen to “The World is Yours,” the first piece of original music from Arch Enemy in 3 years. 

EXCLUSIVE: Hear A New Arch Enemy Recording!

July 12, 2017

Hear the first new Arch Enemy recording in nearly three years right now. 

Greeting Immortality, Eucharist’s Markus Johnsson & Daniel Erlandsson Talk Life Eternal

September 5, 2016

To a small number of people, Eucharist are legends. They were, in effect, part of the new wave of Swedish death metal, where outright brutality was replaced by cleverly designed aggression and insane heaviness was supplanted by unheard of musicality. That Eucharist, for a spell, shared rehearsal space with early incarnations of At the Gates and Dissection should speak volumes. And it does.

VIDEO PREMIERE: Arch Enemy “Stolen Life”

May 4, 2015

Make what you want about Arch Enemy’s decisions since outing ex-Furbowl, ex-Carnage, ex-Hearse vocalist Johan Liiva, but they’ve never given up. 

Christopher Amott (Armageddon) interviewed

February 23, 2015

** Most thought Christopher Amott crazy for leaving Arch Enemy a second time. He was in an internationally recognized metal band. They sold records. They toured the world. He played with his brother, Michael. It was a dream scenario. Well, the younger Amott wasn’t having any of it. He left Arch Enemy, relocated to the…

Decibrity Playlist: Arch Enemy

June 5, 2014

Nick Cordle may no longer be the newest member of Arch Enemy, but he’s still a relative newbie compared to Michael Amott, Daniel Erlandsson and Sharlee D’Angelo. While the band’s latest record, War Eternal, will mark his first Arch Enemy recording, the guitarist (that’s him on the bottom right) started touring with the quintet in…