FEAR, EMPTINESS, DECIBEL: NOW DECIBEL SUBSCRIBERS GET EXCLUSIVE FULL ALBUM STREAMS, TOO!
Before there were blogs there were these things called magazines, and the only metal magazine we still get excited about reading every month is Decibel. Here’s managing editor Andrew Bonazelli…
If there’s one thing MetalSucks and Decibel have in common—aside from high-ranking editors with dubious taste in Major League Baseball teams—it’s the unyielding desire to expose and promote bands that totally rip. You’ve already gotten down to your MS overlords’ fine taste in the form of two diverse NYC Sucks compilations. Now your brothers-in-law-who-visit-once-a-week-to-shotgun-your-beer-and-trash-the-place at Decibel are doing you a similar solid. Head on over to our decrepit corner of the Internet for—holy fucking shit—exclusive full streams of unreleased metal albums.
Here’s the deal: dB subscribers will be granted access to a members-only section of our website , where they’ll be able to preview a new extreme album that can’t be heard anywhere else. Kicking off the series of ever-flowing streams is the world premiere of Hell’s Human Remains, which will formally drop May 13 on Nuclear Blast. Formed way back in 1982, the Nottingham squad has overcome intra-band tragedy (frontman Dave Halliday committed suicide in ’87) and endless label woes (as in, they never got one) to finally release their long overdue first-ever full-length. Unlike Anvil, there ain’t gonna be a feel-good crossover movie to commemorate this one. Also unlike Anvil, this band is actually awesome, so show your support one way or another.