noise

Blast Worship: Drugs of Faith

October 8, 2019

Checking in with Decibel‘s favorite not-really-grindcore band, Drugs of Faith.

Track Premiere: Shock Narcotic – ‘Erratic Smearing Vitals’

July 15, 2019

Former and current members of the Dillinger Escape Plan, Child Bite, Shit Life, the Black Dahlia Murder and Battlecross join forces to grind faces.

Full of Hell Grace the Cover of the April Issue of Decibel

February 19, 2019

We have a limited number of advance copies of the April issue of Decibel, featuring a flexi picture disc with a brand new song from Pig Destroyer, available now. Don’t blow it.

Full Album Stream: Endon – ‘Boy Meets Girl’

February 14, 2019

Endon‘s Boy Meets Girl is the perfect soundtrack to a romantic Valentine’s Day.

Track Premiere: Fawn Limbs – ‘Love Will Strangle You Forever’

January 22, 2019

Fawn Limbs unleash their mind-blowing, chaotic new single, “Love Will Strangle You Forever.”

Full Album Stream: Transient with Bastard Noise – “Sources of Human Satisfaction”

August 8, 2018

Vicious grinders Transient team up with noise architect Bastard Noise to deliver a relentless collaboration.

Track Premiere: Comess – ‘Decrepit’

June 1, 2018

Hardcore outfit Comess unleash noisy new track “Decrepit.”

Track Premiere: We Dream Alone – “Happiness”

February 14, 2018

Swedish melodic hardcore stargazers We Dream Alone examine the pursuit of “Happiness” in their newest single from ÆTHER.

Prurient’s New Album is Too Long

November 6, 2017

Prurient will release Rainbow Mirror, a 3-hour long record. That record is too long.

Making the Perfect Gnaw Album: An Interview with Alan Dubin

October 23, 2017

The Gnaw frontman discusses the creative process, the addition of lap steel guitarist Dana Schecter and making “the perfect Gnaw album.”

Track Premiere: Endon – ‘Born in Limbo’

April 13, 2017

Endon unleash a primal, punishing noise/metal combination on “Born in Limbo.”

Full EP Stream: Crushed – ‘Deep User’

April 12, 2017

Stream the insane new EP from New York hardcore/noise outfit Crushed. 

Video Premiere: Noise cult members Brown Angel Want you to “See That I am Scourged”

March 23, 2017

Some people on the internet just want to make you smile. But with their new video, Brown Angel would prefer if your day were a little bit worse. 

Full Album Stream: Pain Tank – ‘97,901,726 Confirmed Kills’

March 15, 2017

Pain Tank is on a killing frenzy, or at least exposing one, on 97,901,726 Confirmed Kills.

Track Premiere: Oozepus – ‘Farmers’

February 8, 2017

Oozepus (members of Coffins and Linekraft) craft noisy death-doom on “Farmers,” from their upcoming debut EP, Your Limit. 

VIDEO PREMIERE: ZEUS! DELIVERS EPIC, KING OF THE GODS WORTHY INSANITY ON “ENEMY E CORE”

November 16, 2016

Lord, Bologna duo Zeus! sure isn’t looking to make it easy for the File Under peeps to do their job with “Enemy E Core,” a proggy, fuzzed out noise punk take on math rock off the band’s Three One G release MOTOMONOTONO that sort of gives off a Rorschach-wandering-into-a-Pelican-practice-a-decade-ago vibe.

If that sounds like something you’d like to jam while watching various animal species throw down, Decibel totally has your hump day back.

The Locust – “Plague Soundscapes”

September 27, 2016

If any band has endured and persevered through extreme music’s potential for divisive conservatism and pedantic nit-picking, it’s the Locust.

Video Premiere: MoRkObOt – “Ogrog”

September 26, 2016

MoRkObOt unleash wordless doom weirdness in this new video for “Ogrog.”

Harshness Descends: Exclusive Brown Angel track premiere + Q&A

August 2, 2016

Pittsburgh’s Brown Angel don’t want to crush you. They want you to listen as they crush themselves. 

EXCLUSIVE PREMIERE: SPOORLOOS DISTILLS A “LIFETIME PREPERATION FOR STRANGULATION” INTO SIX DISQUIETING, WEIRD MINUTES

July 20, 2016

Larissa Glasser — AKA Thuringwethil — is  best known for her work as the guitarist/vocalist of “witching metal” powerhouse Hekseri and as a rising author of Clive Barker-ian surreal dark fiction found in anthologies such as The Healing Monsters and Procyon. Glasser’s eclectic, disquieting new solo album The Hill was recorded under the moniker Spoorloos, You can hear a track here.