Full Album Stream: Mirror – “Pyramid of Terror”
June 25, 2019 Emily Bellino
Enter Mirror‘s Pyramid of Terror.
Previously Sold-Out Issues Back In Stock… For a Few Minutes
August 31, 2018 Albert Mudrian
SUPER LIMITED quantities of old Electric Wizard, Skeletonwitch, Neurosis and Leviathan covers back in stock… for now.
Video Premiere & Interview: Dopethrone – ‘Killdozer’
May 7, 2018 Emily Bellino
Stream a new song and read a new interview with Canadian sludge/doom heavyweights Dopethrone now.
With the Dead
September 12, 2017 Matt Solis
British doom practitioners With the Dead are this week’s Best New Noise.
Soundgarden “Ultramega OK” Hall of Fame cover story in the new Decibel!
April 18, 2017 Albert Mudrian
For our 150th Decibel Hall of Fame induction, we honor Soundgarden’s noisiest, heaviest release.
With the Dead Unveil New Track “Vessel of Solitude” Via Decibel Flexi Series
April 17, 2017 Albert Mudrian
Hear and acquire the brand new With the Dead (ex-Cathedral, ex-Electric Wizard, ex-Bolt Thrower) flexi disc here.
With the Dead Record Exclusive New Track for the Decibel Flexi Series!
March 30, 2017 Albert Mudrian
Former Cathedral, Electric Wizard and Bolt Thrower members join forces and record new With the Dead track for the Decibel Flexi Series.
The Doom is in the Digital
September 15, 2015 Jesse Chase
Just in time for fall: doom over the world… now available in ones and zeros.
STREAMING: Serpentine Path “Obsoletion”
September 4, 2012 Jonathan Horsley
Yeah, it seems kind of corny to talk of a “dream team” existing in doom’s dark, colorless realm but, shit, just consider Serpentine Path’s personnel. You’ve got Tim Bagshaw, guitarist for saturnine UK doom crew Ramesses and a founding member of Electric Wizard, jamming with entire crew of the now (sadly) defunct Unearthly Trance, Jay…
Interview: Witchsorrow on forthcoming album, God Curse Us
April 20, 2012 Jonathan Horsley
Witchsorrow’s sophomore album will be ripe for picking come the end of May. This is exciting news for doom heads. But what’s that you say, the timing could be better? The British trio’s Sabbath/Vitus morbido-doom doesn’t really make for a summer record, right? Those who think that crestfallen pessimism and slo-mo riff ‘n’ dirge was…
Live Review || Electric Wizard — London Forum
April 2, 2012 Jonathan Horsley
Sure, doom is a solitary magpie affair that doesn’t ordinarily deal in good news stories. But c’mon, even the joyless industry beancounters will be left catatonic with optimism after Electric Wizard‘s first magic trick of the night: filling a theatre. It’s the measure of doom metal’s stock that it can pack the heathens cheek by…
Disposable Heroes: Electric Wizard’s “Dopethrone”
August 17, 2011 Kevin Stewart-Panko
There’s little more annoying on this planet than the immoral majority telling you how essential, transcendent and (huh-huh) seminal a particular extreme album is, when you know that it’s overrated as fuck. Hence, our new Wednesday morning column, “Disposable Heroes,” in which one brave soul sails against the current to inform all you clones why…
Electric Wizard – “Dopethrone”
September 18, 2007 Anthony Bartkewicz
With a few coughs at the beginning of “Sweet Leaf,” Tony Iommi officially hailed cannabis as the drug of choice for the kind of people who dug Black Sabbath.