Satyricon – Dark Medieval Times
May 24, 2021 Jon Rosenthal
Frost and Satyr get medieval on your ass as we induct Satyricon‘s landmark Norwegian black metal debut Dark Medieval Times.
Interview: Photographer Jeremy Saffer discusses “Daughters of Darkness”
October 27, 2020 Sean Frasier
Heavy metal photographer Jeremy Saffer discusses his upcoming photo book of corpse painted nude portraits, Daughters of Darkness.
10 Great Albums for Autumn
September 20, 2019 J. Andrew
Enter an eternal autumn of moors and misty fields, walk through blackwater parks of rain without end, and look to the October rust as night shades descend.
The Top 5 Most Anticipated Sets at Maryland Deathfest
May 23, 2018 Chris Dick
MDF XVI kicks off tomorrow in Baltimore. Don’t miss these five killer bands making rare area appearances.
Justify Your Shitty Taste: Satyricon’s “Rebel Extravaganza”
September 15, 2016 Neill Jameson
Satyricon may have traded in medieval times for urban discipline in 1999, but that doesn’t mean that you should overlook the power of the controversial Rebel Extravaganza.
Decibel Presents the Top 5 Satyricon Songs
August 12, 2016 Emily Bellino
To celebrate the Decibel Books release of Black Metal: The Cult Never Dies Vol. 1, we ranked Satyricon‘s five best songs.
Pre-Order BLACK METAL: THE CULT NEVER DIES VOL. 1 Now!
July 15, 2016 Albert Mudrian
Decibel Books is proud to announce the release of the U.S. edition of Black Metal: The Cult Never Dies Vol. 1. Pre-orders are now available.
Satyricon – “Nemesis Divina”
November 23, 2010 Chris Dick
This much is known: though black metal from the kingdom was initially informed by Venom, Bathory and Hellhammer, inventive teenagers and twentysomethings in Oslo, Bergen and various towns all over the country quickly transformed it into something else.