42 DECIBEL – Overloaded (Album Review)

42 DECIBEL – Overloaded (Album Review)

Make no mistake, when you listen to 42 Decibel, you know what you’re going to get: heavy, bluesy riffs, shredding lead guitar and a rock solid rhythm section. With they’re newest CD, Overloaded, they take it to another level. The name is intentional as the goal was to push their equipment to its limits. Yet, they maintain enough control of their sound so that it doesn’t muffled. With the exception of the opening track, “Whiskey…

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42 DECIBEL – Overloaded (June 23, 2017)

42 DECIBEL – Overloaded (June 23, 2017)

With their impressive debut album Hard Rock ‘n’ Roll (2013), the follow-up Rolling In Town (2015) and fresh from their first European tour in 2016, 42 Decibel is making a comeback with their latest album, Overloaded, which will be released by Steamhammer/SPV as CD, vinyl, and download on June 23rd, 2017. 42 Decibel has recorded ten new rock tracks inspired by the idea of pushing a piece of equipment to its limits. The band recorded and mixed with this in mind,…

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Blair’s New & Noteworthy Listening Sessions: Vol. #1

Blair’s New & Noteworthy Listening Sessions: Vol. #1

I like to listen to music new, old and everything in between. I also have no issue giving something a listen I never heard before. For example at a recent show a song came on the PA so I asked what tune that was. Well, I asked my wife to ask. No soundman would ignore her whereas I am easily ignored! It was “Spanish Stroll” by Mink DeVille….from 1977! Somehow I totally missed out on…

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42 Decibel-Rolling in Town (October 2, 2015)

42 Decibel-Rolling in Town (October 2, 2015)

42 Decibel have documented one thing beyond a doubt: traditional rock’n’roll is universal and stops neither at geographical borders nor current trends and fashions. The way this young band get down to business in the studio and live on stage brings to mind acts such as AC/DC, Airbourne, The Answer and Buckcherry. 42 Decibel sound like they might hail from Australia, the US, England or Scandinavia. But in fact, the quartet stems from Argentina, where…

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