This NFL season features a see-saw battle between Seattle and Kansas City to see which stadium can make you go deaf faster.
The Seahawks with their 11-1 record have once again taken the lead after Sunday’s game against New Orleans when an official from the Guinness Book of World Records verified a crowed volume of 137.6 decibels during the second quarter.
That beat the Chiefs record of 136.6 dB back in October. Before that, the Seahawks were champs at 136.6 during a game with San Francisco in September.
Just so you know what we’re dealing with, the loudest-ever band crown seems to belong to Manowar who achieved 139 dB during a soundcheck in 2008. A jet engine at full take-off thrust at 100 feet generates 140 dB.
Given that the Chiefs have lost three in a row, their fans will probably be rather subdued for the next while. The Seahawks just might coast to victory.