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Fear, Emptiness, Decibel: Ghoul Release “Wall of Death” Via Decibel Flexi Series



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 editor-in-chief Albert Mudrian…

Decibel will let you in on a little secret: the new Ghoul album is just a couple months away from release. We’ve heard it and we can assure you that it rules. To be fair, we were knee-deep in a pig shit at Creepsylvanian brothel/pork farm at the time when Digestor and Cremator force-fed us new music, so we may have experienced some sensory overload.

But today were just giving it to aurally, as Decibel proudly unveils Ghoul’s first foray into the Decibel Flexi Series: “Wall of Death.” This new tune, recorded especially for the series won’t be featured on the new LP, but it gives you a taste of what you’re in for later this summer. Sayeth guitarist/vocalist Digestor:

“It is our duty and pleasure to commit to the Decibel Flexi Series this, our greatest achievement ever: ‘Wall of Death’; a song that tells a chilling tale of savage dictatorship, brutal oppression, and large-scale unreinforced masonry. Enjoy, won’t you? Thank you.”

There are extremely limited copies of the July issue, which includes the “Wall of Death” flexi, now available here now.

So, grab a copy because this is the only wall worth paying for.

The July 2016 issue of Decibel can be purchased here, and also features Nails, Emperor, and Katatonia. But if you don’t just get a full subscription, you may meet a Ghoul-ish end!

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