Tommy Victor Breaks Down Prong’s ‘State of Emergency’ and the Stress of Performing Danzig Classics

October 2, 2023

Tommy Victor returns with Prong‘s 13th studio effort, and first in six years, the aptly titled State of Emergency, and shares it was inspired by his return to his native east coast.

Streaming: Tracks from Rosemary’s Babies discography ‘Sounds of Death’

March 13, 2023

Hear selections from former Samhain and Danzig bassist Eerie Von’s first band Rosemary’s Babies, released their 40 years ago. It hasn’t been available in roughly two decades.

Five Can’t-Miss Sets at Psycho Las Vegas 2018

August 15, 2018

Psycho Las Vegas returns this weekend. Here are Decibel‘s most-anticipated performances of the fest.

Samhain Tribute Track Premiere: Midnight- “Mother of Mercy”

March 2, 2018

Check out Midnight’s cover of “Mother of Mercy,” from the Samhain tribute album, “We All Want Our Time in Hell.”


January 25, 2017

So. If you didn’t know you were hungry for full-bodied alternate dimension dark fiction reinterpretations of Danzig-era Misfits, Weirdpunk Books is here to correct that failure of imagination with the  straight-up surrealist mindfuck of Hybrid Moments: A Literary Tribute to The Misfits, featuring fifteen fun, disquieting, extremely extreme stories that raise the “horror” element of “horror punk” to a completely new (and brutal) level

Eerie Von’s Book of Rare Punk and Metal Photos has been Reanimated

November 30, 2016

When it comes to members of Danzig and the visual medium, it’s hard to top Henry & Glenn Forever. But there is some pretty stiff competition in the form of Misery Obscura, a compendium of nearly 30 years of photography taken by bass player Eerie Von. 


March 21, 2013

  Any song that kicks off with a full-blast Danzig riff followed by the line, “Down in the workshop, baby, all dressed in black…” is total tits in our book. Somehow, Connecticut wolf-runners NightBitch suspected this all along and wrote “Chainmaker” just for us. And, okay, the other handful of Danzig fans who have a…

MonstrO Pulls Them “Anchors Up!”

September 13, 2011

In the current issue of Decibel Nick Green deftly bores his way down to the heart and soul of the self-titled debut from MonstrO, the band featuring ex-Torche shredder Juan Montoya alongside former members of Bloodsimple and Danzig: “an unironic synthesis of 1970s-era blues and psych-inflected guitar rock that is so unabashadly retro it vaults…