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Watch A New Video From Instrumentalists Jakob

New Zealand trio Jakob have a strong release history behind them, but they have been largely absent over the past several years due to injuries that have kept them from playing and recording.  All that is done now, and the band unveils the video for “Blind Them With Science”, the lead-off track from their forthcoming Mylene Sheath release Sines (October 17 in New Zealand and Australia, October 21 in Europe ...

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Watch A New Video From Instrumentalists Jakob

New Zealand trio Jakob have a strong release history behind them, but they have been largely absent over the past several years due to injuries that have kept them from playing and recording.  All that is done now, and the band unveils the video for “Blind Them With Science”, the lead-off track from their forthcoming Mylene Sheath release Sines (October 17 in New Zealand and Australia, October 21 in Europe ...

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Nader Sadek and Decibel Join Forces for “Malefic”

Is there any heavy metal story more heroic and heartening than that of Nader Sadek? Seriously. Here is a serious connoisseur of extreme music and culture — not to mention an extraordinary visual artist — who came up in a time and place — that would be Egypt in the eighties — where his interests were neither appreciated nor sanctioned; a man who made his way out into the world, mixed it up in the New York Ci ...

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Nader Sadek and Decibel Join Forces for “Malefic”

Is there any heavy metal story more heroic and heartening than that of Nader Sadek? Seriously. Here is a serious connoisseur of extreme music and culture — not to mention an extraordinary visual artist — who came up in a time and place — that would be Egypt in the eighties — where his interests were neither appreciated nor sanctioned; a man who made his way out into the world, mixed it up in the New York Ci ...

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The Proselyte: The Deciblog Interview and Full Album Stream

Back in the day there were shiny things called songs. Albums were filled with good songs rather than two or three wankfests. Now, in the hands of the right band long songs can be potent (see: Sleep and YOB). But heavy songs that are infectious with less real estate are also a very good thing. One band doing songs right is The Proselyte from Cambridge, who mix pop with Decibel approved influences like Floor, ...

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The Proselyte: The Deciblog Interview and Full Album Stream

Back in the day there were shiny things called songs. Albums were filled with good songs rather than two or three wankfests. Now, in the hands of the right band long songs can be potent (see: Sleep and YOB). But heavy songs that are infectious with less real estate are also a very good thing. One band doing songs right is The Proselyte from Cambridge, who mix pop with Decibel approved influences like Floor, ...

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Sucker For Punishment: Needle Groper, Pinkeye Poker

The situation surrounding the release of Witch Mountain’s latest album is not one you see very often. It’s one thing for a metal band to lose a singer – a real test of a metal band’s greatness is how difficult it is to replace the singer – but to see a band whose career was transformed by the addition of a supreme vocal talent suddenly part ways with that singer mere days before the release of a highly anti ...

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STREAMING: Bludded Head’s “Reign in Bludd”

So there’s a lot of depressing music out there, much of which we cover in this magazine, but very little of it was made by someone who had stage IV melanoma. Nevada Hill did, and along with Ryan Williams and John Teague, created some pretty fucked up Harvey Milk-style noise rock inspired by his harrowing experiences. Bludded Head’s latest EP, Reign in Bludd (nifty title, maybe it’ll catch on) comes out next ...

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STREAMING: Bludded Head’s “Reign in Bludd”

So there’s a lot of depressing music out there, much of which we cover in this magazine, but very little of it was made by someone who had stage IV melanoma. Nevada Hill did, and along with Ryan Williams and John Teague, created some pretty fucked up Harvey Milk-style noise rock inspired by his harrowing experiences. Bludded Head’s latest EP, Reign in Bludd (nifty title, maybe it’ll catch on) comes out next ...

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STREAMING: Bludded Head’s “Reign in Bludd”

So there’s a lot of depressing music out there, much of which we cover in this magazine, but very little of it was made by someone who had stage IV melanoma. Nevada Hill did, and along with Ryan Williams and John Teague, created some pretty fucked up Harvey Milk-style noise rock inspired by his harrowing experiences. Bludded Head’s latest EP, Reign in Bludd (nifty title, maybe it’ll catch on) comes out next ...

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