Napalm Death Posts New Song, “Nurse The Hunger” Online

British grindcore legends Napalm Death has posted a new song online entitled, “Nurse The Hunger.” You can check it out below. The song was written in 2014 by guitarist Mitch Harris, but was didn’t make the “Apex Predator – Easy Meat” album and will instead be released on flexi disc as part of a special edition of Decibel magazine. The pressing is very limited and fewer than 1000 copies remain. Napalm Death themselves will soon embarking on a tour of Portugal and Spain and are expected to begin work on a new album shortly.

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KEN mode Premieres New Song “Fractures In Adults”

Canada’s KEN mode‘s new track “Fractures In Adults” is streaming below. The song is featured on a flexi disc release included with a new issue of Decibel. KEN mode will enter the studio in December to begin tracking its new album for Season Of Mist.

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Iron Reagan (Municipal Waste, etc.) Debuts New Song “Take The Fall”

Iron Reagan (Municipal Waste, etc.) debuts a a previously unreleased song titled “Take The Fall”, featured on a flexi disc included with the new subscriber exclusive cover of New Noise Magazine. Iron Reagan’s new album “Crossover Ministry” will be out in stores on February 3rd, 2017 on CD/LP/Cassette/Digital via Relapse Records.

Check out now “Take The Fall” below.

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Watain Streaming GG Allin Cover “Fuck Off, We Murder”

Swedish black metallers Watain have teamed up with Decibel Magazine to give fans a white-on-black flexi disc for the exclusive cover song “Fuck Off, We Murder” (made famous by GG Allin). The track is now also available for streaming online courtesy of Metalsucks.net. Give it a listen below.

Watain comments: “Driven by an inner fire and a genuine contempt for society and all its particles, GG Allin lived and died as a true rock n roll outlaw, and is to this day an inspiration for anyone to whom conformity and authority are things that must be fought and eliminated, not only by words but by action.”

The flexi disc for “Fuck Off, We Murder” will be available for subscribers only in Decibel’s September issue (out in August). “Fuck Off, We Murder” comes from the recording sessions of “The Wild Hunt,” Watain’s upcoming album due out August 20th in North America.

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Incantation Releasing "Degeneration" Via Decibel Magazine In December

Death metal pioneers Incantation have recorded an exclusive track for Decibel Magazine’s Flexi Disc series, which is available only to subscribers. For their contribution to Decibel, Incantation founder John McEntee dug into his vault and pulled up the tune “Degeneration,” off the self-titled 1989 demo from his pre-Incantation tech-thrash band, Revenant.

Incantation gave the song a proper reworking and the deathed-up, newly-recorded version of the song will appear inside the December 2012 issue of Decibel. Non-subscribers have until 9 a.m. on Wednesday, October 10th to visit Decibel Magazine to sign up in time to receive the disc. Incantation is set to release the follow-up to 2006’s “Primordial Decimation,” a concept album entitled “Vanquish in Vengeance,” this November on Listenable Records.

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Incantation Releasing "Degeneration" Via Decibel Magazine In December

Death metal pioneers Incantation have recorded an exclusive track for Decibel Magazine’s Flexi Disc series, which is available only to subscribers. For their contribution to Decibel, Incantation founder John McEntee dug into his vault and pulled up the tune “Degeneration,” off the self-titled 1989 demo from his pre-Incantation tech-thrash band, Revenant.

Incantation gave the song a proper reworking and the deathed-up, newly-recorded version of the song will appear inside the December 2012 issue of Decibel. Non-subscribers have until 9 a.m. on Wednesday, October 10th to visit Decibel Magazine to sign up in time to receive the disc. Incantation is set to release the follow-up to 2006’s “Primordial Decimation,” a concept album entitled “Vanquish in Vengeance,” this November on Listenable Records.

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