BLOOD RED SAINTS – Love Hate Conspiracies (Album Review)

BLOOD RED SAINTS – Love Hate Conspiracies (Album Review)

Blood Red Saints formed in 2014 in the UK with a couple members from In Faith, singer Pete Godfrey, and drummer Pete Newdeck. Together with former Angels or Kings bassist Rob Naylor and guitarist Lee Revill, they released their debut album that same year. For Love Hate Conspiracies, their second LP, Newdeck was replaced by Adam Chemney, and Neil Hibbs was brought in to add another, more crunchy sounding guitar. The music is still in…

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My Top 10 Albums of 2017 – Shawn “Animalize” Irwin

My Top 10 Albums of 2017 – Shawn “Animalize” Irwin

Be sure to check out the Decibel Geek website contributor’s collective compilation of the top albums: Best of 2017 Article As 2017 quickly approaches its conclusion, I find it appropriate to reflect on almost 150 new releases of music that I have discovered over the course of the year. Admittedly, my favorites tend to be from the Melodic Rock and Symphonic Metal genres. Regardless, I am proud to present my Top Ten for 2017. To…

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BLOOD RED SAINTS – Love Hate Conspiracies (January 26, 2018)

BLOOD RED SAINTS – Love Hate Conspiracies (January 26, 2018)

Following on from their critically acclaimed 2015 independent debut album Speedway Blood Red Saints make a welcome return with a brand new selection of top-class hard rock. Love Hate Conspiracies sees the band make a progression in a more focused direction. Pete Godfrey (vocals) tells us more. “The Speedway album was a great debut for us no doubt about that but this new album is a massive step forward. We’ve really found our own sound and…

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Album Review: Blood Red Saints – Speedway

Album Review: Blood Red Saints – Speedway

When the CD Speedway by a band called Blood Red Saints came my way for a review I wasn’t sure what to expect. After all, I had never even heard of them. I listened to couple tunes and found them extremely appealing. Where do I sign up? I immediately asked fellow Decibel Geek Rich “The Meister” Dillon who they were.  He said they were an offshoot of a couple bands including In Faith. My first…

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Blood Red Saints – Speedway (December 04, 2015)

Blood Red Saints – Speedway (December 04, 2015)

If music was simply all about finding that golden ticket to fame and fortune, then Blood Red Saints wouldn’t exist at all.  Their brand of melodic rock isn’t designed for the masses, it comes from the heart, simply put, it’s music for people who want to go a little deeper to find what they want. Drawing inspiration from bands like Giant, Hardline and Winger, Blood Red Saints are hoping to bring a little light to…

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