Dave Glynn’s Top Ten of 2018 (Top Albums 2018)

Dave Glynn’s Top Ten of 2018 (Top Albums 2018)

Dave’s Top 10 Albums of 2018 #10. HARDCORE SUPERSTAR – You Can’t Kill My Rock n Roll Best track: “Hit Me Where It Hurts” First up is a veteran band that mixes many styles – funk, punk, Dead Daisies, Aerosmith, Anthrax, and others. With a number of #1 hits and Swedish Grammy awards, they prove they can hold their own in a tough market (it’s a known fact around Decibel Geek that Sweden has the highest percentage…

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JEREMY BEDNARSKI’s Top Ten of 2018 (Top Albums 2018)

JEREMY BEDNARSKI’s Top Ten of 2018 (Top Albums 2018)

Every year in late fall, I find myself taking care of the leaves in my yard. Whilst not my favorite chore, I use the time to also catch up on the year’s best CD releases to come up with my top ten CDs for the year. 2018 is no different and it’s been a year of two distinct music tracks for me. First are CDs that I shouldn’t or didn’t expect to like, but was…

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DEAD DAISIES – Bluesfest, London Ontario (Photo Gallery)

DEAD DAISIES – Bluesfest, London Ontario (Photo Gallery)

Decibel Geek photographer Brian Ronald recently covered the four-day Bluesfest Festival at Harris Park in downtown London, Ontario. One of the highlights happened during the 1st night of action where the middle slot was occupied by The Dead Daisies. This supergroup is comprised of John Corabi on vocals, Doug Aldrich on lead guitar, David Lowry on guitar, Marco Mendoza on bass and Deen Castronovo on the drums. They sure came out with a punch of…

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JOHN CORABI – Live ’94 (One Night In Nashville) (Album Review)

JOHN CORABI – Live ’94 (One Night In Nashville) (Album Review)

Today’s word of the day is “polarizing“.  Its definition: to break up into opposing factions or groupings. Now live albums, in general, can often be viewed as polarizing. I know of some music fans that generally have no use for them, while others will grab for a live album more often than not. Personally, I am a fan. For a geek like myself, a “well crafted” live record has the power to transport me into the venue…

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The Best of 2016 (Decibel Geek Staff Picks)

The Best of 2016 (Decibel Geek Staff Picks)

Hello, and welcome to Decibel Geek. For the uninitiated, we are a hard rock/heavy metal website and weekly podcast. Decibel Geek began as a weekly podcast presented by hosts Chris Czynszak and Aaron Camaro and has grown into what you find here today. Alongside the weekly issued, absolutely free podcast episodes, our website features photograph galleries from live events around the world as well a direct feed to our YouTube channel, DBGTV. Our writing team encompasses some…

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Top Ten Albums of 2016 – Craig Terdich

My top albums are simply the albums that I found myself going back to listen to over and over again. My taste may not be for everyone, but that’s what is great about the music we love. You never know when something is going to catch your ear. I look to Decibel Geek to help me find new bands. So here goes from 10-1 10 – Sixx: A.M. – Prayers for the Damned   When I…

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Wallygator’s Top 10 Albums of 2016

Another year older and what do we have to show for it? Turns out some very excellent music and as always the Decibel Geek writers are hard at work compiling their top 10 lists. The Decibel Geek writing team has grown in numbers this year, and I am very excited to see the final Official Decibel Geek Top 10 of 2016 list that is created using the Meister‘s elaborate point system reflecting each writer’s top 10…

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Colin Starchild Francis’ Top Ten of 2016

My name is Colin Starchild Francis, Decibel Geek staff writer based in the U.K. and here are my top 10 albums of 2016. When people say rock is dead it makes me laugh. You just need to look for it! There are so many new and exciting bands out there and old bands releasing great albums. This list was so hard to compile as my taste for metal is so varied, everything from black metal…

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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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DEAD DAISIES Unveil New Single (News)

DEAD DAISIES Unveil New Single (News)

The superlative new studio album from The Dead Daisies, Make Some Noise, will be released on SPV Records thru eOne on Friday, August 5th, is a vital, vibrant and utterly uplifting opus, which way more than lives up to the legendary ‘classic third LP syndrome’ epithet. NEW DEAD DAISIES SINGLE OUT JULY 22, 2016 From the band’s official Facebook page: As John Corabi says: “We wanted to do “Join Together” because it’s obviously a classic The Who song. We knew…

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