Motorhead

Brewtal Truth: New Officially Licensed Motörhead Röad Crew IPA Coming to U.S.

April 23, 2018

Another officially licensed Motörhead IPA is about to hit the U.S. craft beer market. Check out Röad Crew American IPA, brewed by Arcadia in Kalamazoo, MI.

Tank’s ‘Filth Hounds of Hades’ Inducted into the Decibel Hall of Fame

July 13, 2017

British heavy metal luminaries Tank bulldoze their way into the Decibel Hall of Fame. Pick up the August issue (#154) to read the making of Filth Hounds of Hades.

Metal & Beer: Motörhead Born to Lose IPA

June 21, 2017

“Born to Lose IPA is a boldly aggressive West Coast-style IPA, befitting of the band’s loud, aggressive style.”

Journalist Martin Popoff talks new Rush, Motörhead, thrash metal books

June 1, 2017

Journalist Martin Popoff just released a trio of new metal books, and we picked his brain about them.

Track Premiere: Deathwish – ‘Rock N Roll’s One Hell Of A Drug’

March 3, 2017

Deathwish crank out another supercharged crossover jam before they Unleash Hell with their new record.

Track Premiere: Striker – ‘Born to Lose’

January 23, 2017

“Without big money bullshit (the quartet’s 100% independent) Striker have struck an ideal balance between nostalgic hooks and blue collar work ethic.”

Deck the Hails: Neill Jameson’s Christmas Playlist

December 1, 2016

Neill Jameson sounds off on the holiday season and gives you a playlist to impress your internet friends with. 

Pre-Order the Decibel Hall of Fame Anthology: Vol. II Book!

October 31, 2016

Decibel has complied 25 of our best Hall of Fame pieces into a brand new hardcover, limited-edition, hand-numbered anthology, exclusively available here.

Motörcore Kings Panzerbastard Stream “MotörHeathen” Single

June 20, 2016

Boston’s Panzerbastard new EP sounds exactly like you think it will sound. And that sound is Motörhead. So, that sound is very good. 

Gehennah’s 10 guidelines for an anti-poser lifestyle

March 9, 2016

Swedish degenerates Gehennah are your new life coaches. 

Remembering Motörhead’s Lemmy: Decibel’s February 2014 Cover Story

December 29, 2015

On the two-year anniversary of his death, we look back on Lemmy’s in-depth Decibel cover story.

Back From the Dead: Motörhead and Graveyard Live at Club Nokia

April 15, 2014

After getting sick and cancelling tours and being nearly 70 years old and generally scaring the piss out of fans everywhere, Lemmy finally emerged from his West Hollywood meth lair/Nazi shrine to play the first Motörhead show since last summer’s appearance at Wacken, when severe back pain and oppressive heat forced him to walk off…

TRACK PREMIERE: GRAVEHILL “The Ascending Fire”, ft. Eric Cutler and Chris Reifert of Autopsy

March 17, 2014

We could introduce “The Ascending Fire” but telling you how it is the closing track on Gravehill’s third full-length, Death Curse. We could chime in and offer our ten cents’ on how the track will give you a real taste for a vulgar doozy of an old-school death metal record that’s unafraid to augment its…

Top 5 Worst Motörhead Albums

January 13, 2014

Ian “Lemmy” Kilmister is a living legend. An untouchable icon. But Lemmy and his Motörheads didn’t always have ace albums. In fact, across Motörhead’s storied–we’re talking almost four decades–career, the monoliths of metal have had some real stinkers. While we implore you to check out Lemmy in our February 2014 issue (click HERE) we’re also…

John Gält Is A Sleaze Rocker

August 13, 2013

Here are the two main things you need to know about Kharkiv, Ukraine’s future sleaze rock superstars John Gält: 1. The band’s superb debut full-length Served Hot is a brash, hook-filled throwback to hard rock’s better days, marrying a bit of Motörhead aggro and Priest-y chug-soar-chug to an old school Mötley Crüe swagger n’ sneer….

Pilot Season

February 5, 2013

Right now, television networks are picking up a bunch of pilots to shove into our eyesockets come September. This year, though, there is a difference – a weirdly large number of metal-themed reality shows. I feel it is my duty to report on some of the more promising entries. Storage War Ensemble In this spinoff…

Have a Drink (of Wine) On Me

February 14, 2012

We don’t think we’re going out on a limb here when we say that AC/DC vocalist Brian Johnson wasn’t thinking about buying a nice fruity glass of Sauvignon Blanc for his mates when he wrote “Have a Drink On Me.”

Justify Your Shitty Taste – Motörhead’s “Another Perfect Day”

April 20, 2011

Almost every band has that album: you know, the critically and/or commercially reviled dud in an otherwise passable-to-radical back catalog. Well, every Wednesday morning, a Decibel staffer or special guest will take to the Deciblog to bitch and moan at length as to why everybody’s full of shit and said dud is, in fact, The…

Motörhead – “Ace of Spades”

May 1, 2010

After 60-plus Hall of Fame inductions, one thing that stands out is that precious few of those albums contain and are best known for a single truly classic song.