Inter Arma To Release “ Hallucinatorium” via the Decibel Flexi Series

There’s never been a better time to be an “I only like their early stuff” elitist try-hard. On the heels of Necrot’s recent re-recording of demo-era banger, the Decibel Flexi Series is proud to follow that up with Inter Arma’s re-recording of their debut LP soul-crusher “Hallucinatorium” as the 117th installment in our floppy vinyl…

INTRCPTR Release Video for “Dusted,” Announce Band Break-up

INTRCPTR, the killer duo of 5ive guitarist Ben Carr and Pelican drummer Larry Herweg, is officially saying goodbye. But before they depart, the project has released a Kenneth Thomas-directed video for “Dusted,” taken from their latest — and presumably final — release, 2018’s imaginatively titled II, which showcases the instrumental superduo doing what they did…

Gruesome Drummer Gus Rios Want to Break the Stigma on Mental Illness

Musicians and other performing artists have been forced inside in recent months as a response to COVID-19. While a good decision to slow the spread of the virus, it also leaves almost everyone in an uncertain position with no timeline for when things might improve. Because of that, Gruesome drummer Gus Rios and Filter drummer Mika Fineo will…

Hear Necrot’s Re-recorded Demo Track “Into the Labyrinth” via the Decibel Flexi Series

We’re still about two months away (August 28) from devouring all of Necrot’s long-awaited sophomore stunner Mortal in its full gory glory. You’ve no doubt checked out a pair of album tracks that Tankcrimes has unleashed thus far, but your pals at Decibel have something special today in the form of re-recorded demo song “Into…

Hear L.A. Trad Metallers Saber Tear Through New Song “Strike of the Witch”

Decibel readers are already well-acquainted from the prolific Trevor Willam Church through his work in Beastmaker, Hysteria and, of course, recent Decibel cover stars Haunt. Well, in all of Church’s “spare time,” our man runs the Church Recordings label, who have just released the label debut 7-inch EP from Los Angeles’ Saber. If you’re unfamiliar…