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STREAMING: Dellacoma “My Kinda Woman”

There are plenty of times when the Decibel staff will put down our Bolt Thrower, Watain, Paradise Lost, and Napalm Death LPs in favor of something more, well, rocking. If our EIC had his druthers—and he does—The Darkness might edge its way into the Hall of Fame one day. So, it stands to reason, Aussie-’Merican rockers Dellacoma have kangaroo-kicked their way onto the Deciblog with new track, “My Kinda Woman ...

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The Curious Case of Quiet v. Loud: Exclusive CityCop Stream

Ever wonder what it would sound like if a screamer from one of those early nineties post-post-hardcore bands got together for a jam session with a group of flamenco musicians? Well, wonder no more. We’ve got Loner, the latest offering from “acoustic-core” outfit CityCop streaming below, and, love it or hate it — yeah, we got a comments section — the album has a pretty singular feel to it. [soundcloud url="h ...

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Fister Video Premiere: Not What You’re Probably Thinking…

Lemme tell you a little story about how I offended a good number of folks in a room full of people I had just met or hardly knew. I know what you’re thinking: “You’re only going to tell us one story?” I know, right? Anyway, I was working. Seriously, a real job and everything. What I was doing is inconsequential, but suffice to say at the time of this incident, I was in a waiting/herding area surrounding by ...

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From Internment to Obliteration: Jucifer’s “It Can’t Be Helped”

Those who follow Jucifer’s twitter feed will know that they harbor some pretty strong political beliefs, but it’s taken them until now to launch a full-scale assault on the very institution of democracy. District of Dystopia contains their shortest screeds to date, the duo’s wall of amplifiers redirected towards grindcore instead of their usual filthy doom. Considering how grind started as a political state ...

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American Heritage: Album Stream and Song-By-Song Self-Deconstruction

I didn’t realise it, but I’ve been a fan of American Heritage for a long time. When I say I didn’t realise it, it’s because the band which is split between Chicago and Atlanta haven’t exactly been the most prolific of outfits since forming in 1997, have probably played fewer shows than they have releases available (11) and they themselves say, “…we’re not really around anymore.” That doesn’t lessen the qual ...

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Withering Horrors: Exclusive FOSCOR stream!

Barcelona soundscape masters FOSCOR return with a brand new full-length tomorrow, but we’ve got the stream of this roiling, multidimensional, ethereal slab of majestic dark metal today. Check out Those Horrors Wither below then click here to pre-order. [soundcloud url="https://api.soundcloud.com/playlists/58206143"] ...

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Clobberin’ Time: Sick Of It All On The Evolution Of Mosh

This is the time of the year to acknowledge the things you’re thankful for. One of the things we’re very thankful for is that we’ve been alive to experience multiple Sick Of It All shows. SOIA has long exported their brands of New York City hardcore to the world – as well as their intensely physical and unpredictable shows. A Sick Of It all show has always been an event, a place where you didn’t know quite ...

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For Those About to Squawk: Waldo’s Pecks of the Week

Well, the end of the year doldrums have started upon us. There are some re-releases (HIM, Voivod, Sinister, Samael), but for the most part, the releases are going to slow down quite a bit. SOOO, I’m just going to like pick some stuff at random, and you know, because I’m feeling punchy, I MAY OR MAY NOT listen to these things, so like, if you feel like commenting, PLEASE do; your old boy Waldo doesn’t know E ...

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STREAMING: Dysangelium “Ave Obscuritas Incarna”

“You can expect it to sound like us,” said the Dysangelium brotherhood to Imperiumi recently. “We do not follow any specific path in terms of music and we have never been any need to try to sound like, for example, Swedish, Finnish or German. We improvise and experiment with a variety of things designed to find and implement the central idea of the song and the sound.” That sums up what the German black met ...

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Stream Barrowlands Album: Thane

Metal lover, you’ve been damn lucky this year.  Your listening habits have been well served by the aural atrocities perpetrated globally throughout 2014.  And it all just got sicker. Portland, OR metal collective Barrowlands is a harrowing hybrid of black metal terror, progressive twists and turns, and doomy contemplation with bold, emotive cello.  Their first full-length, Thane, is alternately a weapon and ...

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