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LIMITED! Get five OUT OF PRINT flexi discs from DECIBEL!

September 13, 2017 Albert Mudrian

Get rare flexis from Carcass, Neurosis, Midnight, 1349 and Asphyx with the special Decibel “bonus flexi” offer for a LIMITED TIME ONLY!

The Decibel Magazine Tour Starts TODAY! Get Tickets Now!

March 17, 2017 Albert Mudrian

Kreator, Obituary, Midnight and Horrendous embark on the sixth annual Decibel Magazine Tour starting TODAY. Got tickets? 

The Decibel Tour Starts a Week From Today! Get Tickets!

March 10, 2017 Albert Mudrian

We’re just one week from the start of the Decibel Magazine Tour 2017 featuring Kreator, Obituary, Midnight and Horrendous. Don’t miss out; tickets are still on sale!

Decibel Tour, Decibel Metal & Beer Fest and Bozzfest Tickets On Sale Now!

March 2, 2017 Albert Mudrian

When we’re not busy publishing North America’s only monthly metal magazine, releasing authoritative metal history books, unleashing Top 100 lists in special issue form and adding to our ever-expanding flexi discography, we like to host a live event or two. Here’s a round-up of Decibel-related shows going down winter gives way to spring. 

Decibel’s Landmark 150th Issue is Now Available!

February 21, 2017 Albert Mudrian

Limited quantities of #150, which include the Obituary flexi disc, featuring the exclusive track “No,” are now available in the dB webstore. Don’t blow it.

Blood Incantation, Withered and 8 More Acts to Open Select Dates of the Decibel Magazine Tour

February 1, 2017 Jesse Chase

If simply having Kreator, Obituary, Midnight and Horrendous all on one bill wasn’t enough to excite you so much your reproductive organs explode, this year’s Decibel Magazine Tour will, once again, have some sick regional openers on select dates as well. Here is the complete lists of first kills! 

 

Last-Minute Decibel Gifts That Don’t Require Shipping

December 21, 2016 Vince Bellino

Christmas is in four days, but you have nothing to worry about thanks to these awesome gifts that don’t require any shipping. Happy holidays!

Kreator, Obituary, Midnight & Horrendous Take Part in 2017 Decibel Magazine Tour

December 5, 2016 Albert Mudrian

Sixth Annual Decibel Magazine Tour Lineup + Dates Announced! Kreator, Obituary, Midnight and Horrendous spearhead premier metal mag’s latest North American assault this March.

 

December 2017

June 24, 2016 Decibel Magazine

New titles from Morbid Angel, Midnight, Autopsy, Bloodbath and more!

Deciblog Interview: Nunslaughter

January 19, 2015 Justin Norton

Nunslaughter has been recording mandatory underground metal since 1987, a time when extreme metal was largely in retreat and teased hair was the norm. The band has been led for close to three decades by the inimitable Don Of The Dead (Donald Crotsley) a walking metal encyclopedia content to release the bulk of his band’s…

The Deciblog Interview: Midnight

October 27, 2014 Justin Norton

Midnight is actually one man. Jamie Walters — a.k.a. Athenar — handles all instruments and vocals. Although the band has been around for more than a decade their profile has risen exponentially since the release of Satanic Royalty. Midnight will likely be lurking around some best of lists for the 2014 follow-up No Mercy For…

PENTAGRAM (Chile) and more confirmed for LIVE EVIL FESTIVAL 2013

March 15, 2013 Jonathan Horsley

Attn: London’s Live Evil Festival 2013 has just announced a bunch of bands, and as you’d probably expect from the underground’s most, uhh, kvltly curated festival, with 100% of the line-up endorsed by Fenriz’s Band of the Week blog, they are all 100% poseur-free and awesome. Legendary Chilean death-thrashers Pentagram will be joined by: Arkham…

LIVE EVIL FESTIVAL 2013 ANNOUNCED

February 27, 2013 Jonathan Horsley

Live Evil Festival 2013 will take place on October 18th-20th at the Highbury Garage, London, with two UK exclusive shows from reformed NWOBHM elders SATAN and Ohio slayers MIDNIGHT already confirmed. With bands picked on the condition that they’ve featured in Fenriz of Darkthrone’s Band of the Week blog, Live Evil is resolutely, 100% fundamentally…