Incantation

Metal & Mead: Brimming Horn Meadery Offers Incantation’s Goat’s Blood

August 24, 2017 Adem Tepedelen

We couldn’t pass up this collaboration called Goat’s Blood between Delaware’s Brimming Horn Meadery and death metal heroes and Decibel Hall of Famers Incantation.

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August 16, 2017 Dutch Pearce

Death-doom mainstays Incantation are this week’s Best New Noise.

Dream Bloody Gore: Chuck Sherwood of Incantation

August 2, 2017 Sean Frasier

What happens when you ask extreme metal luminaries to crack open their dream journals and share their most memorable nightmares, dreams, hallucinations, and astral projections? Dream Bloody Gore. This month, Chuck Sherwood of death metal titans Incantation invites Decibel to crawl into his unconscious mind. In the immortal words of Chuck Schuldiner, “See past the…

Join Incantation in the “Rites of the Locust”

June 23, 2017 J. Andrew Zalucky

Spin into the whispering darkness with a new track from the masters of death-doom brutality.

Suffocation Headlines Decibel’s “2017: The Year of Death Metal” Issue!

June 22, 2017 Albert Mudrian

Suffocation, Incantation, Broken Hope, Bolt Thrower/Memoriam, Immolation, Obituary, Origin, Expulsion/Repulsion, Dying Fetus and Decrepit Birth keep death alive in 2017.

Limited Edition DECIBEL HALL OF FAME Book Now In Stock!

November 30, 2016 Albert Mudrian

The definitive stories of 25 of the greatest metal albums ever recorded now all in one anthology. 

Hall of Fame Countdown: Incantation “Onward to Golgotha”

November 4, 2016 J. Andrew Zalucky

Onward into the devouring depths.

Full Album Stream: Ruinous – ‘Graves of Ceaseless Death’

November 4, 2016 Vince Bellino

Ruinous combines old and new death metal elements on their debut, Graves of Ceaseless Death.  

Track Premiere: Incantation – “Unholy Massacre”

September 29, 2016 Vince Bellino

Incantation‘s classic Tribute to the Goat is finally getting a reissue. Hear “Unholy Massacre” now. 

Insane in the Profane: Full stream of the new Profanatica LP

July 18, 2016 Albert Mudrian

The Curling Flame of Blasphemy from Northeast legends Profanatica is our new favorite fist in the face of god.  

Kyle from Incantation Has a Side Project: Shed the Skin Full Album Stream

June 24, 2016 Albert Mudrian

Cleveland, you have yet another reason to celebrate this week. Shed the Skin debut LP is out today!

Special Report: Inside Belphegor and Incantation’s Censorship Struggles in Putin’s Russia

June 7, 2016 Dutch Pearce

Diabolical Conquest: Extreme metal bands Belphegor and Incantation endure censorship and worse in Russia

 

Giveaway: Win an Incantation Prizepack, Including an Autographed, Pressing NUMBER ONE of the New LP “XXV”

April 27, 2016 James Lewis

Win big (and blasphemous) with this Incantation prizepack giveway for the independently-released LP XXV.

VIDEO PREMIERE: Incantation “Impalement of Divinity”

January 9, 2015 Chris Dick

“We have unleashed our new video upon humanity,” says Incantation frontman/death metal legend John McEntee. “Brought to you by the tireless efforts of Black Arts Media and filmed at the Vermillion Haunted School House in Ohio. Many thanks for allowing us the use of your establishment. For it’s notable aggression and speed, amidst the albums…

STREAMING: Outer Heaven’s “Vile Rebirth”

December 15, 2014 Justin Norton

Publicist guy says: “We think you’ll like this — it sounds like Coffins.” So, we decide to check it out because we love Coffins. And yes, we can hear that a bit but we hear even more similarities to Mitochondrian and Decibel favorites Incantation. These are promising comparisons for extreme metal. Despite throwing out a…

VIDEO PREMIERE: Incantation’s “Invoked Infinity”

February 14, 2013 Zach Smith

We couldn’t think of a better way to spread some Valentine’s Day love than premiering the brand new Incantation video for “Invoked Infinity”. Before you start headbanging at your desk to the opening track to last year’s Vanquish In Vengeance (and the band’s first video in ten years), we’ll let bassist Chuck Sherwood and Kristoff…

Inside The Shredder’s Studio #4: Alex Bouks of Incantation

November 28, 2012 Justin Norton

Fall has been kind to the mighty Incantation. They released their boss new album Vanquish In Vengeance (read more about the creation of the album in our new issue). And they charted like a Britney Spears single in our top 100 death metal albums of all time. One of the reasons they are shredding so…

EXCLUSIVE ALBUM STREAM: INCANTATION “Vanquish in Vengeance”

November 19, 2012 Jonathan Horsley

Incantation need no introduction, surely, so let’s keep this brief and to the point. The Pennsylvanian death metal kingpins release their ninth album, Vanquish in Vengeance, on November 27th through Listenable Records. This is Incantation’s first LP since 2006’s sulfurous Primordial Domination, and considering death metal’s new wave of old-schoolers have grown evermore reliant on…

Onward, Hos!

November 19, 2010 Andrew Bonazelli

Chicago, Brooklyn and Cleveland, don’t you have something to do this weekend—other than refreshing Pitchfork for Cosmo reviews, ascot-fitting and accosting eight-year-old football fans?

Incantation NYC Hall Of Fame Show – Moved

October 18, 2010 Chris Dick

U.S. death metallers Incantation have had their Onward To Golgotha Hall of Fame show moved to Club Europa on November 20th, 2010. Again, the show will not take place at Rebel as previously published. Club Europa is located at: Europa Night Club 98 Meserole Ave. (corner of Manhattan Ave.) Brooklyn, NY 11222 Incantation will perform…

Seraphic Decay Lives!

October 12, 2010 Chris Dick

Seraphic Decay was a Midwest-based death metal label that enjoyed a productive, if very short, existence. The first release was a 7” by Ohio maniacs Minch, but releases by Rigor Mortis (pre-Immolation), Incantation, Mortician, Derketa, Disgrace, Abhorrence (pre-Amorphis) Agathocles, Disgrace, Xysma, and few more culties soon followed over the course of 1990 – 1992. At…

Incantation – “Onward to Golgotha”

February 17, 2009 Jesse Chase

By 1989, John McEntee was growing increasingly disenchanted with his membership in technical thrash band Revenant. With the aid of Revenant drummer Paul Ledney, McEntee set out to pursue his own brand of blackened death metal, christening it Incantation.