ESSENTIAL TRACKS #5 – KISS (Feature)

ESSENTIAL TRACKS #5 – KISS (Feature)

End of the Road As Kiss embark on their End of the Road (honestly!) Tour it seems a pertinent time to delve into their catalog and check out some of the tracks that have passed us by but need our belated attention. Kiss, I think, more than most bands have a set of fans’ favorites almost cast in stone. From “Detroit Rock City” to “Love Gun” and “Black Diamond” to “Rock and Roll All Nite”…

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LORDI – Monstereophonic (Theaterror vs. Demonarchy) (Album Review)

LORDI – Monstereophonic (Theaterror vs. Demonarchy) (Album Review)

Lordi came known to my attention back in 2006 with the release of  the most excellent The Arockalypse CD. Hailing from Finland, Lordi is the brainchild of singer/songwriter and costume maker, Mr. Lordi. Formed in 1992, Lordi spent a decade creating the perfect blend of hard rock and comic book monster mayhem before being signed in 2002. They made international headlines when they took the title in 2006’s Eurovision Song Contest for their song, “Hard Rock…

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KISSmas in July: Studio Albums Ranked (#10-#1)

KISSmas in July: Studio Albums Ranked (#10-#1)

Part 2! If you didn’t read part one you can read it here. I’m going to start this post off very similarly to the last one. First I’d like to note that these are strictly my opinions as a fan and not as a critic. If this was being done as a critic then the list would be almost completely different. Secondly these are a reflection of my opinions and not that of Decibel Geek,…

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KISSmas In July: Studio Albums Ranked (#20-#11)

KISSmas In July: Studio Albums Ranked (#20-#11)

This is my first time doing something like this, ranking a bands albums and giving my reasons in the rankings, but I’ve been looking forward to doing something like this for about a year. Initially I had planned Judas Priest to be the first band whose albums I’d rank, but to celebrate Decibel Geek‘s KISSmas in July I jumped at the chance to do this with KISS albums. First I’d like to note that these are…

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