Death Metal rising act Undeath has shared a new-ish track – “Diemented Dissection” via Decibel Magazine online. The track originally featured as part of Decibel’s Flexi Series. The track is the bands first new music since their 2020 debut full length – Lesions of a Different Kind (Prosthetic Records). The band, now a five-piece, kicks off their new tourdates this week accross North American tour alongside The Black Dahlia Murder, After The Burial, Carnifex and Rivers of Nihil for September and October. Stream the track now!
Minneapolis Death/Thrashers Obsolete are dropping their debut album, Animate/Isolate, this Friday, April 19th, 2021 via Unspeakable Axe Records. The band’s brutal technicality and uncompromising songcraft are on full display and will find fast fans of OSDM originators, Melo-death legends, and even some modern like-minded heroes. You can catch the full album stream early right now, courtesy of Decibel Magazine.
Big tour news for the spring! Mayhem, Abbath, Gatecreeper, and Idle Hands have been announced for the 9th annual Decibel Magazine Tour! The dates begin March 13th in Dever and run through April 10th in Chicago! Included in the run of dates is a stop at Decibel’s flagship Metal and Beer Festival in Philadelphia April 3rd. All tickets are on sale at the link below!Continue reading
Decibel Magazine’s flagship Metal and Beer fest in Philadelphia will host amazing bands, brewers and fans in 2020. Booked for April 3-4 at The Fillmore, and the lineup looks sick with full-album sets from Converge (playing 2001’s Jane Doe), Pig Destroyer (playing 2001’s Prowler in the Yard in full for the first time), and Napalm Death (playing a one-time-only set of 1990’s Harmony Corruption and 1992’s Utopia Banished), plus Mayhem, Satan, Night Demon, Haunt, Magic Circle, Un, and more TBA.Continue reading
Cloud Rat has shared an explosive new single, ‘Seven Heads’, from their forthcoming new album, Pollinator due out September 13th on Artoffact Records. The track premiered at Decibel Magazine and it’s is super brutal! Check it out! Continue reading
Chameleon-like extreme metal band Immortal Bird is streaming their entire new album over at Decibel Magazine, before it drops this Friday, July 5th via the 20 Buck Spin label. The album is am F5 tornado of riffs and beats but focused excellent songcraft. It’s sure to cap a lot of end of year lists. Check out the stream and pre-order that album now at the links below. Continue reading
USBM greats False are streaming their brand-new non-album track single ‘Neither Path nor Gate’, the track is the latest exclusive from the Decibel Magazine Flexi-Series. The track will not be on the bands’ highly-anticipated new album called Portent, out July 1st via Gilead Media. Jam out to ‘Neither Path nor Gate’now and subscribe to Decibel to get the flexi! Continue reading
Ghost Cult had the honor of speaking with Decibel Magazine editor-in-chief Albert Mudrian for our latest podcast. Albert previewed the upcoming Metal and Beerfest III, taking place this April, 13th, and 14th at The Fillmore in Philadelphia, PA. Albert discussed his approach to curating the fest, booking bands like Baroness, Triptykon, Obituary, Enslaved, Rosetta and more, plus the many talented young bands from the Philly area, working with the best and most metal craft breweries (and meaderies) in America, the Decibel Magazine Tour 2020 and more! There are only a few tickets left for this weekend, so get yours here! Continue reading
Up and coming American Death Metal band Outer Heaven have shared their new single as part of Decibel Magazine’s Flexi Disc series. Jam out to the brutal ‘Cryptic Visions’ right now!Continue reading
Philadelphia, I love you! I just need to start out with that sentiment, because honestly, that was what was in my throat the entire weekend that I was down in Philly for Decibel’s Second Annual Metal and Beer Festival. I heard all the stories and the awesomeness that was last year with SLEEP and everything that came with it. I definitely had a case of FOMO, really bad. So I bused it down to Philly on a semi-spring feeling Friday and prepared for the good times to roll. Sadly due to work, I had to miss the pre-fest party show, with Midnight. Devastating, but you can’t win em all, or even some in this life. Anyway, the fest would more than deliver, and all those good feelings were gonna last from the second I got off the bus at Independence Hall until I left to go home on Monday. Continue reading