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TITAN TO TACHYONS: Decibel Magazine Premieres “Morphing Machineminds” From Cactides LP; NYC Trio With Current/Former Orbweaver, Secret Chiefs 3, Cleric, And John Zorn Members To Release Album In August Via Nefarious Industries – Earsplit Compound

photos by Karen Jerzyk New York City-based avant/instrumental metal trio TITAN TO TACHYONS has completed their debut album, Cactides, which is now confirmed for mid-August release through Nefarious Industries. As the record’s details, and preorders, are issued, the lead track and maiden single,…

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Track Premiere: TITAN TO TACHYONS ‘Morphing Machineminds’ – Decibel Magazine

“A band featuring current and former members of Orbweaver, Gigan, Secret Chiefs 3, Imperial Triumphant, Cleric, and John Zorn promises to be weird and TITAN TO TACHYONS does not disappoint. Led by guitarist Sally Gates (ex-Orbweaver, ex-Gigan), the trio blast…

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UNDERER: Decibel Magazine Streams The Code Debut Album By Cleric Member’s Solo Project; Album Sees Release Via Nefarious Industries Friday; Album Proceeds To Benefit Several Charities – Earsplit Compound

photo by Nick Shellenberger Decibel Magazine is hosting an exclusive advance stream of The Code, the debut album from Camden, New Jersey-based UNDERER – the solo project of Nick Shellenberger of Cleric and Shardik. The stream hits just ahead of the record’s official…

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Full Album Stream: UNDERER “The Code” – Decibel Magazine

“UNDERER‘s debut album, The Code, is a gloriously chaotic and experimental take on heavy music, informed by the likes of Genghis Tron, Agoraphobic Nosebleed, and Swarm Of The Lotus. […] The programmed drums add a robotic precision to the shrieked…

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Full Album Stream: BEDTIMEMAGIC “Pillow Talk” – Decibel Magazine

“BEDTIMEMAGIC really doubled down on the misnomers with debut studio LP Pillow Talk. Perhaps the only hint that their music doesn’t have much in common with love-making is the fact that their moniker is in all caps. It’s hard to…

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BEDTIMEMAGIC: Decibel Magazine Streams Andrew Schneider-Produced Pillow Talk LP By Boston Noise Rock Duo; Album Sees Release Via Nefarious Industries This Friday – Earsplit Compound

Decibel Magazine is streaming volatile duo BEDTIMEMAGIC’s raging new LP, Pillow Talk, ahead of its release through Nefarious Industries this Friday. The Boston-based bass and drums gruesome twosome delivers thundering noise rock-influenced grime-pop thunder reminiscent of the gnarlier acts of the Sub…

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BLACKTHORNE: Decibel Magazine Premieres “Fiending For The Anxious” Video By Twin Cities Metal Quintet; Self-Titled LP Nears Release Through Nefarious Industries – Earsplit Compound

[photos by Bronson Karaff] Decibel Magazine is hosting the public premiere of Twin Cities-based metal quintet BLACKTHORNE’s new video for “Fiending For The Anxious.” The track comes from the band’s incoming self-titled LP, nearing release in late October through a collective…

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Track Premiere: Getting Crazy-Weird with OXX’s “Birthday Song” – Decibel Magazine

“For a band to title its latest record The Skeleton is Just a Coat Hanger; These are the Black Strings that Make You Dance, well, you gotta think they’re either existing in a completely different universe and playing on a…

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OXX: Decibel Magazine Streams “Birthday Song” By Danish Avant-Hardcore Act; New LP Nears Nefarious Industries Release + US Tour Looms – Earsplit Compound

[photo by Nikolaj Bransholm] Decibel Magazine is now streaming “Birthday Song” by Aarhus, Denmark-based avant-hardcore outfit OXX. The new single strikes as the band’s new LP, The Skeleton Is Just A Coat Hanger; These Are The Black Strings That Make You Dance,…

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Track Premiere: BANGLADEAFY ‘Steam’ – Decibel Magazine

“The bass and drum duo are skilled, taking the song through multiple moods and levels of intensity over the course of two-and-a-half minutes. Without guitars or death growls, BANGLADEAFY‘s version of extreme is different than, say, Dying Fetus, but it’s…

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