January 9, 2020 Greg Pratt
We explain why ZnöWhite‘s 1984 debut, All Hail to Thee, absolutely rules in the return of The Lazarus Pit.
December 30, 2019 Gene Meyer
The final installment of our five-part countdown of the Top 50 grindcore and powerviolence releases of the decade
December 27, 2019 Shawn Macomber
As we close out the decade, Decibel has an infernal correspondence on the demise of relevant major-label metal
December 23, 2019 Neill Jameson
Everyone’s doing it, so why can’t he? Check out our longtime columnist and Krieg frontman’s 10 best from the past 10 years.
December 18, 2019 Gene Meyer
Part Four of our five-part countdown of the Top 50 grindcore and powerviolence releases of the decade
December 12, 2019 Greg Pratt
Remembering the five best, and heaviest, proto-metal songs we discussed in Primitive Origins this year.
December 10, 2019 Gene Meyer
Part Three of our five-part countdown of the Top 50 grindcore and powerviolence releases of the decade
December 4, 2019 Joseph Schafer
To celebrate the recent release of the USDM heroes’ latest album, Vile Nilotic Rites, we rank Nile‘s studio LP discography.
December 3, 2019 Gene Meyer
Part Two of our five-part countdown of the Top 50 grindcore and powerviolence releases of the decade
November 28, 2019 Greg Pratt
Looking back on two incredible hardcore albums courtesy of Boysetsfire.
November 26, 2019 Gene Meyer
Part of 1 of our five-part countdown of the Top 50 grindcore and powerviolence releases of the decade.
October 31, 2019 Greg Pratt
Exhumed‘s Matt Harvey gives us his five favorite old-school horror flicks, to celebrate Halloween and the band’s new album, Horror.
October 24, 2019 Greg Pratt
To celebrate the release of their new album, All Hail, we caught up with Grayson Stewart of Norma Jean to find out what five heavy albums changed his life.
October 21, 2019 Vince Bellino
Remembering five times Victory Records ruled.
October 21, 2019 Chris Dick
Prodigious Mors Principium Est guitarist and songwriter Andy Gillion visits his own Neverafter-land on self-financed debut, Neverafter, feat. Jeff Loomis.
October 10, 2019 Greg Pratt
To celebrate Dark Descent Records’ 10th anniversary, we caught up with owner Matt Calvert to find out what five DD releases mean the most to him.
September 23, 2019 Chris Dick
Decibel lists the Top 5 Unsung Symphonic Black Metal Albums with Bishop of Hexen, Diabolical Masquerade, Anorexia Nervosa, Gehenna and SiriuS.
September 20, 2019 J. Andrew
Enter an eternal autumn of moors and misty fields, walk through blackwater parks of rain without end, and look to the October rust as night shades descend.
September 19, 2019 Greg Pratt
Revisiting the rot ‘n’ roll of Blackstar‘s only album, 1997’s Barbed Wire Soul.
September 13, 2019 Forrest Pitts
“Progress is born of doubt and inquiry. The Church never doubts, never inquires. To doubt is heresy, to inquire is to admit that you do not know—the Church does neither.” —Robert G. Ingersoll
September 9, 2019 Chris Dick
Twenty years later, members of Emperor, Witchery, Borknagar, Peccatum and Divine Empire recall the Kings of Terror Tour 1999.
September 5, 2019 Greg Pratt
Looking back on Toxodeth‘s 1990 disasterpiece Mysteries about Life and Death.
August 30, 2019 Forrest Pitts
Come exist above the threshold of consciousness with German doom duo Gemini One.
August 29, 2019 Greg Pratt
A Decibel guide to bands who were just too extreme to be just one band.
August 22, 2019 Greg Pratt
In which we rank Accept‘s albums from worst to best.
August 21, 2019 Decibel Magazine
Come! and hear the tale of how a humble notary from the Swiss Alps becomes inter-dimensional power metal hero Angus McFife.
August 15, 2019 Greg Pratt
Hey, you’re wrong: Warrant’s Cherry Pie is actually pretty awesome.
August 14, 2019 Decibel Magazine
On the eve of his own U.S. tour, Orange Goblin frontman Ben Ward provides five pro tips that every band who is booking their own tour should practice.
August 8, 2019 Greg Pratt
Re-examining how Randy Holden foreshadowed Eyehategod’s down and dirty sludge in 1969 on Population II.
August 1, 2019 Greg Pratt
Mare showed the world how experimental sludge and post-metal should be done with their only release, 2004’s self-titled EP.