Fear Emptiness Decibel



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<p><em>Before there were blogs there were these things called magazines, and the only metal magazine we still get excited about reading every month is</em> <a href=DecibelHere’s managing editor Andrew Bonazelli…

We’ve already employed this space—and some of our own in print—to tease and please you, Dangerous Toys-style, about the first-ever Decibel Magazine Tour. Well, here’s a straight-off-the-presses scoop for you: It debuts this (gravity blast, please…) April, and features (D-beat, please…) four bands! I know it’s annoying when information’s parceled out via turkey baster like this, but in two weeks you’ll get a grandiose lineup announcement with all the dates and ticket info and assorted sweatpants boner shit.

Until then, we can at least try to be mutually beneficial. We’re going to have regional openers on a number of the dates. I know you don’t know the specific cities (it is a pretty thorough national tour, so your best guesses are probably correct), nor do you know the genres of the headliner and openers (not NSBM, tempting as it was), but let us know who YOU want to see on the dB tour. There’s actually still time to make it happen.


While we all await the big tour announcement, you can order the February 2012 issue of Decibel, which features Goatwhore,The Top 25 Most Anticipated Albums of the Year preview, and Autopsy’s killer inaugural flexi disc, right here. But why not just get a full subscription to ensure that you never miss one an issue?

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