LEFT FOR RED – Human Complex (Album Review)

LEFT FOR RED – Human Complex (Album Review)

Background: Left For Red are a 5-piece metal band from the Black Country/ West Midlands near Birmingham in England, an area that has been a hot bed of great rock music through the years including bands (or at least some members of these bands) like Slade, Judas Priest, Black Country Communion and at least one of Led Zeppelin. The band have been around now for 10 years and are releasing their second album Human Complex officially on Saturday April 6 when they play…

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ROCK ALLIANCE – Rock Alliance (Album Review)

ROCK ALLIANCE – Rock Alliance (Album Review)

Rock Alliance is the brainchild of Black Stone founder member Stewart Sutherland. The songwriter/bassist wanted to create a high energy project featuring prominent rock musicians from around the globe and, as a result, we have this self-titled rocker. Out on Perris Records, Rock Alliance features contributions from Eric Langlois (LIFT) on vocals, John ‘Rabbit’ Bundrick (The Who, Johnny Nash) on the old Hammond organ, Marco Bressette (Protest the Hero, Dead Tired) on guitars and a…

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Behold ROCK n’ SKULL! Decibel Geek Returns for 2016.

Behold ROCK n’ SKULL! Decibel Geek Returns for 2016.

Let me tell you, I for one would rather attend the smaller festivals (although the bigger events can be awesome as well). Most times they are in a club or medium sized venue and are general admission. This affords much better views of the stage and overall experiences to the concert goer rather than a huge stadium and assigned seating. It’s also not unusual to find members of bands mingling with rock fans and watching their…

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TANGO DOWN – Bulletproof (Album Review)

TANGO DOWN – Bulletproof (Album Review)

After waiting what seemed an eternity for those familiar with Tango Down, the band has recently issued their fifth full-length effort, Bulletproof. The album is presented courtesy of Kivel Records and is available for purchase through the link below. With three of the Decibel Geek staff all wanting to share their thoughts on this release, we combined a paragraph from each for this review: RICH “THE MEISTER” DILLON (website editor/staff writer) These guys were a…

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Stephen Pearcy Live At The Rockpile (Concert Review)

Stephen Pearcy Live At The Rockpile (Concert Review)

Stephen Pearcy   Live –  Etobicoke, Ontario, Canada, April 29th, 2016  The Rockpile Back in 1983 at 12 years old I finally found my preference in music. The days of listening to my parent’s music and pop music in the early 80’s came to an end. Once I put on the Defenders Of The faith LP by Judas Priest I was hooked. “Love Bites” had me addicted to a new form of music. From there it…

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The Story of Rock n’ Skull – Day 1, Friday October 16, 2015.

The Story of Rock n’ Skull – Day 1, Friday October 16, 2015.

Three Canadian Decibel Geek staff, Brian Ronald, Shawn “Animalize” Irwin and Rich “The Meister” Dillon headed out from the Toronto area around 3 am on the morning of Friday, October 16, 2015. Their destination? Pekin, Illinois and the Rock n’ Skull Festival. After an arduous 12-hour car ride which was filled with a steady rotation of great, mainly Rock n’ Skull bands music, a lot of laughter and the most horrible farts ever know to…

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