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Hunting Season Is On: Napalm Death Fires Up February’s Decibel

February’s Napalm Death cover story opens with three full paragraphs pertaining to Barney Greenway’s undergarments. No, we haven’t gone full Maxim (although we know you’re still eagerly anticipating the sequel to the Hottest Doodz in Metal). Napalm, after all, are a band who’s most recent album was called Utilitarian, and writer Justin Norton is merely underscoring the point that Greenway is a man of meticu ...

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Iris Divine Stream New Song

Virginia prog-rock djentlemen Iris Divine are in the progress of releasing their second full-length record, called Karma Sown.  We say “progress” because, while the album was released digitally earlier this month at Bandcamp, the music caught some label attention and is being considered for official release.  We don’t have details for you right now (we just received this particular news about 30 minutes ago ...

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Deluxe Edition Flexi Collector’s Box: Now in Stock!

In December of 2010, Decibel brought flexi back. Four years later, the obscure-yet-awesome medium is obviously here to stay. Our vaunted Flexi Series is going to be a whopping 50 deep as of the February 2015 issue, and there’s no better place to store and preserve these highly collectible, exclusive items than the Deluxe Edition Flexi Collector’s Box, which is officially in stock now! Our original (now sold ...

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Deluxe Edition Flexi Collector’s Box: Now in Stock!

In December of 2010, Decibel brought flexi back. Four years later, the obscure-yet-awesome medium is obviously here to stay. Our vaunted Flexi Series is going to be a whopping 50 deep as of the February 2015 issue, and there’s no better place to store and preserve these highly collectible, exclusive items than the Deluxe Edition Flexi Collector’s Box, which is officially in stock now! Our original (now sold ...

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Deluxe Edition Flexi Collector’s Box: Now in Stock!

In December of 2010, Decibel brought flexi back. Four years later, the obscure-yet-awesome medium is obviously here to stay. Our vaunted Flexi Series is going to be a whopping 50 deep as of the February 2015 issue, and there’s no better place to store and preserve these highly collectible, exclusive items than the Deluxe Edition Flexi Collector’s Box, which is officially in stock now! Our original (now sold ...

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Encrotchment With Eddie Gobbo From Jar’d Loose: Week 15

Please North Korea, threaten a terrorist attack over ALL Seth Rogen and James Franco movies from now on. Vat on the Pats This past week, the inevitable happened: The New England Patriots claimed their sixth straight AFC East title, and are on the fast track (for the millionth time) to the playoffs, with a bye week, and probably home field, in Belichick’s hoodie pouch. I’ll admit, I wanted to pick the Dolphi ...

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Happy Fucking Easter from the Wise-asses in Old Man Gloom

So, I’m assuming you’ve all heard about the so-called prank wherein Old Man Gloom and Profound Lord sent out promos of their The Ape of God double album. Included within was new music that wasn’t actually new music as it appeared on the official release of the album(s). if you want to read a more thorough dissection of the fun ‘n’ games, go here. Personally, I didn’t get all riled up about it and don’t see ...

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Inside The Shredder’s Studio #15: Jeremy Wagner (Take 1)

When you invite a a published novelist to the shredder’s studio expect a narrative. Such was the case with death metal veteran and Broken Hope founder Jeremy Wagner. Not only did Mr. Wagner visit the shredder’s studio — he provided your host with a near novella on the riffs that shaped him in chronological order. So, we’ll be cataloging Mr. Wagner’s lengthy sit down — we’ll just need to do it installments. ...

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Jump, Carry On, or Both: 2014′s Best Power Metal

Last week on Twitter I asked to no one in particular, if a publication is going to put out a “Best Metal of the Year” list, why do they all focus primarily on the extreme metal side? Hey, I like Dark Descent, Gilead, and Nuclear War Now as much as anyone else, but there’s a lot more to heavy metal than death metal, black metal, and grindcore. What’s so great about Decibel is that the mission statement is cr ...

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THEY HUNT HORSES TOO, DON’T THEY?: Free Download of Horsehunter’s “Stoned to Death”

They make everything heavier in Australia. That’s probably because gravity is stronger down there (or so I’m told). Horsehunter come from down under, and they bring some seriously slow, Sabbath/Sleep-style doom. “Stoned to Death” follows in a grand tradition of epically long songs, and it’s like being between two tectonic plates at the moment of an earthquake. You can download it from the Soundcloud embed b ...

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