Deadguy Drop “Makeshift Atomsmasher” Video from Their Upcoming Decibel Records Live Album

Photo by Nathaniel Shannon

This weekend’s Decibel Magazine Metal & Beer Fest is fast approaching, with thousands of fans preparing to have the burpiest time in the City of Brotherly Love (gonna be more like the City of Rubbery Glove in Rhombus’ hotel room, am I right? Eh? You like to party?). It was at the 2021 fest that hardcore legends Deadguy played their first show in 25 years, which has since been turned into Buyer’s Remorse: Live From the Decibel Magazine Metal & Beer Fest, the debut album for the magazine’s record label, Decibel Records. Now, you can check out the video for “Makeshift Atomsmasher” off of that album below.

Regarding the album and the band’s partnership with America’s last remaining full-on metal magazine, Deadguy drummer Dave Rosenberg had this to say:

“The Decibel team have always been super supportive of Deadguy, and it’s a huge honor to be on the maiden voyage of Decibel Records. The dedication to heavy music that Decibel is famous for is something we identify with completely, and the Philly festival was an incredible re-emergence from our 20-year hiatus.”

Says Decibel‘s own Albert Mudrian:

“Decibel Records is our latest love letter to the completist metal fan. Documenting and immortalizing the special live sets from Decibel’s live events with equally unique limited releases is just the first step for Decibel Records. We won’t reveal our future plans just yet, but readers can expect more exclusive partnerships like this with the artists who have graced our pages and dominated our stages for decades.”

Check out “Makeshift Atomsmasher” below. The album is available for preorder now via Decibel’s webstore, and you can scroll down to see the details and cover art. Let’s see what other stuff Decibel Records cooks up in the near future, but we wouldn’t be surprised if the last American Nuclear Assault show comes out soon!

Deadguy’s Buyer’s Remorse: Live From the Decibel Magazine Metal & Beer Fest

  1. John Dear
  2. Doom Patrol
  3. Pins and Needles
  4. Die With Your Mask On
  5. Makeshift Atomsmasher
  6. Baby Arm
  7. Puny Human
  8. Nine Stitches
  9. Druid
  10. Riot Stairs
  11. Apparatus
  12. Running With Scissors
  13. Police Story (Black Flag cover)
  14. The Extremist