Where they from?Seattle, Washington. Fun fact: during World War I, U.S. maritime shipping on the eastern seaboard was greatly interfered with due to the ensuing submarine warfare as
Washington, D.C. grinders No/Más are hitting the road with Noisem tomorrow to celebrate the latter’s new album, Cease to Exist, but it’s not just the Baltimore trio who will have new music.
Dutch death dealers Entrapment have enjoyed a good run over the last decade, giving us a glut of demos, comps, splits, an EP and three full-lengths. The band’s upcoming album, Violent
“Grindcore is war,” Skullsmasher decree of their new song, “High Altitude Saturation Bombing.” “21st-century warfare takes place in the digital realm where civilians are unceasingly saturated by propaganda. Our noise
Seattle deathgrind crew Theories (featuring Black Breath guitarist Lee McGlothlen) first emerged in 2014 on a split with Canada’s WAKE before releasing their debut album, Regression, in 2015. Four years later,
The Decibel Flexi Series is fast approaching the release of its 100th slab of must-have vinyl featuring an exclusive brand-new track from dB favorites Pig Destroyer, which means your window of opportunity to