220 VOLT Live Video (parts filmed by Decibel Geek)

220 VOLT Live Video (parts filmed by Decibel Geek)

Swedish melodic rockers 220 VOLT have issued a live video for the song “It’s Nice To Be A King”. The video was compiled from footage filmed by several people during the band’s recent concert during the 2016 Sweden Rock Festival. Some of the footage used by the band in this video that showcases what was reported by Decibel Geek as a concert highlight of the Sweden Rock Festival was supplied by Decibel Geek‘s Rich “The Meister”…

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Dirkschneider (Sweden Rock 2016 Spotlight)

Dirkschneider (Sweden Rock 2016 Spotlight)

Udo Dirkschneider, the legendary former vocalist for German Heavy Metal band Accept is taking to the tour road once again. This time under the moniker of Dirkschneider. Why under his surname Dirkschneider? Well, this is a different tour. It is a final tour. While not Udo‘s last I hope, it will be the last time that the iconic gravelly voiced vocalist will perform material from his former band, Accept. While I love the Accept material…

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Ratt’s Juan Croucier Ratt ‘n’ Rolls The Rockpile

Ratt’s Juan Croucier Ratt ‘n’ Rolls The Rockpile

The Rockpile has done it  yet again folks! My favorite club in Toronto, they have consistently time after time been able to present awesome rock shows and lure bands up to our neck of the woods here in “The Great White North”. This time, it was Ratt’s Juan Croucier who made the trek north of the border. Nevermind att the “name” business that’s rampaging the social media web sites involving former bandmates Warren DeMartini, Stephen…

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Appetite For The Rocket Queens: A Concert Review

Appetite For The Rocket Queens: A Concert Review

Where were you when you first heard “Welcome To The Jungle”? Do you remember? I do. Guns n’ Roses‘ Appetite For Destruction album had a severe impact on the formative days of my youth and was literally a soundtrack to our after school hours. My childhood friend and I had a hold of the record long before most anyone else had even heard of Guns n’ Roses, before it became a huge smash, before “Sweet Child O’ Mine” became…

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