What Rocked in 2017? We Answer! – Best of 2017 ep307

What Rocked in 2017? We Answer! – Best of 2017 ep307

If you think Rock is dead, then we have three hours of audio that prove you wrong. The Best of 2017 features twenty songs from the best Rock and Metal albums released over the past year.  We’ve selected our top 10 albums and are going to spin tracks from each in a 3-hour marathon episode. Additionally, you’ll get discussion on some the events that made 2017 a banner year for Decibel Geek. Best of 2017…

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Hello Oasis, Goodbye Ramones, and Welcome Back Van Halen (Sorta) – 1996 Year in Review Pt2 Ep306

Hello Oasis, Goodbye Ramones, and Welcome Back Van Halen (Sorta) – 1996 Year in Review Pt2 Ep306

We’re back this week to tackle July through December for our 1996 Year in Review Pt2. July sees Layne Staley taking the stage for the last time. The Alice in Chains vocalist would overdose after a show in Kansas City, MO and never perform live again. Also in July, the Spice Girls hit big while scientists clone the first sheep. We’re not saying there’s a connection. We also aren’t saying there isn’t one. We discuss…

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FRONTIERS ROCK FESTIVAL IV, Milan, Italy – The Full Coverage (Festival Report)

FRONTIERS ROCK FESTIVAL IV, Milan, Italy – The Full Coverage (Festival Report)

A new contributor to the Decibel Geek family, Leslie Delaere shares her full report of Frontiers Rock Festival IV. We armed Leslie with a photo pass and set her loose on this melodic rock festival in Milan Italy. The event is hosted by the Frontiers Music Srl record label and showcases some of their many bands. Below you can find the individual links to Leslie’s coverage of both days at the festival. FRONTIERS ROCK FESTIVAL…

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L.A. GUNS/Diemonds Live! (Concert Review)

L.A. GUNS/Diemonds Live! (Concert Review)

A number of years ago, I watched as one of my all time favorite bands splintered apart in an intense and honestly ugly situation. For quite some time, years actually there was essentially 2 active versions of LA GUNS. I am not sure if they were the first band to create such a situation but they certainly weren’t the last. Great White, Queensryche and more recently Ratt have found themselves in similar situations. Some will…

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Album Anticipation 2017 – Ep268

Album Anticipation 2017 – Ep268

It’s a new year filled with new album possibilities and Aaron Camaro, covering for an ailing Chris Czynszak, takes you through his Album Anticipation 2017. In this hour-plus episode, Aaron talks about the possible rock/metal releases slated for the new year. Album Anticipation 2017   In this long-form episode you’ll hear tracks from great artists such as Lizzy Borden, Danko Jones, Guns N’ Roses, Jack Russell’s Great White, Marilyn Manson, Orchid, ACCEPT, Phil Lews &…

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Eric Stacy Leaves Angels in Vein – Cites Tension with Singer

Eric Stacy Leaves Angels in Vein – Cites Tension with Singer

Eric Stacy Leaves Angels in Vein            Editor Note: Eric Stacy has left the band Angels in Vein. His official press release was submitted to Decibel Geek below. The words contained therein are courtesy of Eric Stacy and do not necessarily represent the opinions of Decibel Geek podcast, its writers, or other associated contributors. Statements from the remaining members of Angels in Vein will be published if they choose to submit them. Eric Stacy’s official…

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Angels In Vein To Release New Material

Angels In Vein To Release New Material

Due to the overwhelming response to the the band, and the sheer number of requests that have come in, Angels In Vein will be releasing “No One Gets Out Alive” in advance of the first planned single “1973“.  “No One Gets Out Alive” is the track running in the background of their recently released demo teaser. The song should be available on CD Baby in the next couple days or so and shortly thereafter on…

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Sin City Sinners – Let It Burn (CD Review)

Sin City Sinners – Let It Burn (CD Review)

Started in 2007 by Faster Pussycat‘s Brent Muscat as a “just for fun” jam, Sin City Sinners have turned into one of Las Vegas’s must-see attractions for rock fans. They’ve played all over town with special guests from bands like AC/DC, Aerosmith, Guns n’ Roses, Tesla, Skid Row, Whitesnake, Velvet Revolver and …Tiffany?  Clearly, they’re having fun, and it comes across on their new CD, Let It Burn. Before we get to their new CD, here…

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Reel Scary Songs – Ep212

Reel Scary Songs – Ep212

This week your hosts return to wake up the dead with Reel Scary Songs; an hour-plus of killer tracks from killer films about killers (are we noticing a trend here?) Reel Scary Songs features bloody good tunes from the likes of Alice Cooper, Fastway, W.A.S.P., Dangerous Toys, Anthrax, Vinnie Vincent Invasion and more from the soundtracks of films such as Trick or Treat, The Lost Boys, Ghoulies II, Shocker, A Nightmare on Elm Street, and Friday…

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The End Of Summer – Grand Rocktember Day 2

The End Of Summer – Grand Rocktember Day 2

“Summer ends and autumn comes, and he who would have thought it otherwise would have high tide always and a full moon every night.” — Hal Borland I have no idea what the hell that means. It seemed deep. Grand Rocktember Day 2! Mr. Big singer Eric Martin started us off with his brand of drunk girl rock. Those who managed to shake off the previous night early enough to catch Eric’s set were treated to…

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