Radio Sucks Radio Show v32 – Ep312

Radio Sucks Radio Show v32 – Ep312

We’re back this week with more killer rock tracks and talk with Radio Sucks Radio Show v32! If you are new to the podcast, this particular format is easy to explain. Radio sucks and has for a long time. The limited amount of artists coupled with the limited amount of songs by those artists makes radio a frustrating experience. Additionally, the ignorance of new material by classic artists makes no sense at all. Do we…

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More Rare Hare with Tyson Leslie – Ep311

More Rare Hare with Tyson Leslie – Ep311

Vixen keyboardist and friend of the show Tyson Leslie returns for More Rare Hare. Now in it’s sixth installment, the Rare Hare series of concerts have become a favorite of Nashville concert-goers. Incredible players from across the board perform deep cuts and favorites from the heady days of the 80’s. Moreover, the playing is coming from members of some of your favorite bands. More Rare Hare   In this long form talk, Tyson gives us…

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MARGARITA MONET from EDGE OF PARADISE (Interview)

MARGARITA MONET from EDGE OF PARADISE (Interview)

Stoic Dave recently had a chance to spend a few minutes with  Margarita Monet from Edge of Paradise. Margarita talks about the new single “Shade of Crazy“, their experience working with the legendary Michael Wagener and Bob Kulick, what’s on tap for the remainder of 2016 and beyond and much more. Check out the interview below as well as the official video for “Shade of Crazy”. Los Angeles California based Symphonic/Heavy Metal band Edge of Paradise was created in…

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THE DEAD DAISIES – Make Some Noise (Album Review)

THE DEAD DAISIES – Make Some Noise (Album Review)

The Dead Daisies – Reloaded and ready to Make Some Noise The Dead Daisies are reloaded and in top form, as they prepare for the release of their upcoming album, Make Some Noise. Out are Dizzy Reed, Richard Fortus, and vocalist Jon Stevens. In are veteran rocker John Corabi and guitarist extraordinaire, Doug Aldrich. Rounding out the current line-up are Brian Tichy (drums), Marco Mendoza (bass), and David Lowy (guitar). Top to bottom, this is…

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KISS: Freedom To Rock, Colorado Springs, CO

KISS: Freedom To Rock, Colorado Springs, CO

I’ll always remember where I was on March 28th 1988. It was on that date nearly 30 years ago, I experienced my first KISS concert. It was the Crazy Nights tour and I was 3rd row center. On that night my lifelong commitment to the KISS Army was cemented. As I watched KISS from the front row at Broadmoor World Arena in Colorado Springs, CO, I was reminded of that night and why KISS is so special. It…

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Sixx:A.M – Prayers for the Damned, Vol. 1

Sixx:A.M – Prayers for the Damned, Vol. 1

What a difference a death makes. On December 31, 2015, Motley Crue was effectively given its last rites, at least for the foreseeable future. With that death, Sixx:A.M. was finally allowed to spread its wings and soar. Up to this point, the band was, for better or worse, a Nikki Sixx side project providing a musical soundtrack to his literary and photography projects. Sixx:A.M. was resigned to share the spotlight with The Crue and, more importantly,…

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What You Should Have Been Listening to: Best of 2015

What You Should Have Been Listening to: Best of 2015

Well, fellow Decibel Geeks it’s that time again and as the year draws to a close, each of the staff here at Decibel Geek Podcast/Website have compiled their list of the top ten albums, the best of 2015. With our staff having grown by quite a bit throughout 2015, we were able to welcome new writers from around the globe to the team.  Decibel Geek unveiled a brand new, more extensive website and also launched…

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Interview with Kobra Paige from Kobra and the Lotus

Interview with Kobra Paige from Kobra and the Lotus

I recently had a chance to spend a few minutes with Kobra Paige from Kobra and the Lotus prior to their headlining show in Phoenix, AZ. If you haven’t heard of this band out of Canada then you definitely should. The band have just released their second major label record, an EP of covers titled Words of the Prophets. The EP follows up their critically acclaimed 2014 full-length album, High Priestess. My first introduction to Kobra…

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Scorpions-Still Plenty of Sting in this Tail (Toronto)

Scorpions-Still Plenty of Sting in this Tail (Toronto)

German heavyweight rock and rollers The Scorpions embarked recently on a world tour in support of their latest full-length, Return to Forever reviewed here by Stoic Dave: Scorpions Dig Into the Vaults for Return to Forever. This sparked a little bit of debate and controversy considering their previous world tour in 2012 was to be the Final Sting. The band’s press release stated something like “We’re just having too much fun”. Let me tell you,…

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KISSmas In July: KISS unplugs and unmasks

KISSmas In July: KISS unplugs and unmasks

KISS unplugs and unmasks, Stoic Dave meets his hero and Eric Singer does an Aaron Camaro impression It’s fair to say this was one of the most anticipated KISS related events for me in recent memory. Having never attended the KISS Kruise or one of the VIP acoustic sound checks, seeing the band acoustically was going to be first for me and I could hardly wait. Billed as “An Acoustic Evening with KISS”, the venue…

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