REECE – Resilient Heart (Album Review)

REECE – Resilient Heart (Album Review)

Resilient Heart under the moniker of Reece is the latest solo album from singer David Reece. David will of course always be associated with the mighty Accept and their album Eat the Heat. However, David has been the frontman of many bands, most notably German band Bonfire. In fact, David Reece has released or been a part of an album release every year since 2008. How is that for prolific! Releasing on November 9th, 2018…

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DREAM PATROL – Phantoms of the Past (Album Review)

DREAM PATROL – Phantoms of the Past (Album Review)

As a kid, I remember being excited to head over to my buddy’s house and watch restricted movies. Usually, action and/or horror films were the genres of choice and the A Nightmare On Elm Street series was a popular one. Receiving the album promo for DREAM PATROL – Phantoms Of The Past and reading that those films inspired their choice of moniker intrigued. DREAM PATROL – Info With band members from USA, Slovakia, Austria and…

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JUNKYARD DRIVE – Black Coffee (September 1, 2018)

JUNKYARD DRIVE – Black Coffee (September 1, 2018)

Get ready for a Danish rock n roll explosion!! Their hit song “Geordie” from last year’s well-received debut album Sin & Tonic (check out The Meister‘s review here) has now reached 500.000 plays on Spotify (over 1 million on all digital streaming platforms) and 200.000 views on Youtube and the band has just been confirmed for a huge European tour. But if you thought this was it for Junkyard Drive you are wrong! 2018 will not be any…

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SHOTGUN RODEO – By Hook Or By Crook (August 24, 2018)

SHOTGUN RODEO – By Hook Or By Crook (August 24, 2018)

Norwegian metallers Shotgun Rodeo are set to release their new album on August 24, 2018. Entitled By Hook Or By Crook, the album will be available via Mighty Music. Formed in 2008, Shotgun Rodeo are a four piece heavy metal band hailing from the city of Trondheim, Norway. Seamlessly cruising across a sea of metal styles and sub-genres, Shotgun Rodeo surpasses any premeditated sonic expectations that the listener may have had before listening. The band doesn’t like to…

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MERIDIAN – The Fate of Atlantis EP (March 9, 2018)

MERIDIAN – The Fate of Atlantis EP (March 9, 2018)

Meridian, who debuted in 2013 with the album, Metallurgy, and in 2016 released the storming follow-up Breaking The Surface, are now ready with a new four-track EP titled The Fate Of Atlantis, to be released by Mighty Music. Last year the band spent some time writing new material for an unspecified future release. A bunch of new songs exists at various stages, but instead of finishing everything off for a full album, the band decided to…

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BLACK BOOK LODGE – Steeple and Spire (May 18, 2018)

BLACK BOOK LODGE – Steeple and Spire (May 18, 2018)

Danish rockers Black Book Lodge are set to release their third album, entitled Steeple and Spire on May 18, 2018, via the band’s ever-reliable compatriots, Mighty Music. Black Book Lodge is a quartet based in Copenhagen, Denmark. They are not easily labeled in regards to a specific genre, as they work within a lot of different styles and somehow manage to merge these different inputs into a powerful, melodic, organic, and original whole. One way to define them though, would…

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WORRY BLAST .44 (Album Review)

WORRY BLAST .44 (Album Review)

Worry Blast have chosen to begin their .44 album with “Outta Nowhere”. Disgustingly appropriate seeing as that’s what happened here. They came at me hard from “Outta Nowhere”! This album is high-energy AC/DC influenced hard rock from the first second to the last. Hailing from Switzerland, Worry Blast has apparently been around since at least 2013. I say that as their debut, Break Out From Hell, arrived that year. Two years later, 2015 saw the…

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JUSTIFY REBELLION – Unleashing The Beast (Album Review)

JUSTIFY REBELLION – Unleashing The Beast (Album Review)

As the rock ‘n’ roll train leaves 2017 and careens into 2018 it shows no sign of slowing down, never mind stopping. A testament to that fact is the whole host of top reviews which have already appeared on decibelgeek.com, along with this debut release, Unleashing The Beast from Justify Rebellion. This album, as they would say here in Yorkshire, England, is ‘proper metal’. It’s got everything that the modern thrasher appreciates; grinding riffs, torturing rhythm, menacing…

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MARCO MENDOZA – Viva La Rock (March 2, 2018)

MARCO MENDOZA – Viva La Rock (March 2, 2018)

Mighty Music has announced the release of a brand new album by bass legend Marco Mendoza. Entitled Viva La Rock the record will be released on March 2, 2018. Viva La Rock is big, bad and beautiful. It reflects the larger than life personality of its creator Marco Mendoza both on and off stage. The Los Angeles native who has a proud Spanish/Mexican heritage is usually found holding down the bass rock foundation with artists like Neal Schon (Journey),…

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TRESPASS – Footprints in the Rock (January 12, 2018)

TRESPASS – Footprints in the Rock (January 12, 2018)

UK rock legends Trespass have recently signed to Danish label Mighty Music and are set to release Footprints in the Rock on January 12, 2018. Trespass was formed in Sudbury, Suffolk, England in April 1979 by brothers Mark (guitar, vocals) and Paul Sutcliffe (drums) Dave Crawte (guitar) Richard Penny (bass)Around this time they started gigging around East Anglia, playing a mix of rock covers and original songs including early versions of “One Of These Days” and “Lightsmith”. The band were spotted by Trial Records, a…

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