GRUMPYNATORS – City Of Sin (Album Review)

GRUMPYNATORS – City Of Sin (Album Review)

Grumpynators is a Danish band who have developed a rather unique style by use of a stand-up bass guitar, which drives the rockabilly metal sound to perfection.  This Danish four-piece is made up of Christian Nørgaard (Guitar), Emil Øelund (Guitar, Lead Vocals). Jakob Øelund (Double Bass) and Per Fisker (Drums).  Their sound is one part Tenpole Tudor to third parts Motorhead. Signed to Mighty Music, City Of Sin is their second full-length record, following 2013’s Wonderland…

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1982 Year in Review Pt1 – Ep277

1982 Year in Review Pt1 – Ep277

The guys go back in time this week as they bring you 1982 Year in Review Pt1. In this long-form trip through the first half of the year, Chris & Aaron cover a lot of ground. 1982 saw some pretty historic beginnings in technology and pop culture including the Commodore 64 and Late Night with David Letterman. 1982 was also a year of loss in the entertainment community. Notably, the losses of John Belushi and…

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DeciBytes Vol. 2

DeciBytes Vol. 2

In this DeciBytes for Decibel Geek, we have videos, videos and more videos. It is a great medium to become acquainted with unfamiliar bands or to check out new music from your favorites. Discover recent releases from Anticlockwise, Nightrage, Demon Head and Airbourne. Hear something you like? Be sure to use the links below each story to purchase a copy of their latest albums for yourself! ================================================================================ ANTICLOCKWISE RELEASES NEW VIDEO Anticlockwise have released the…

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Six Songs Luc Carl Thinks You Should Hear – Ep271

Six Songs Luc Carl Thinks You Should Hear – Ep271

Sirius/XM deejay Luc Carl joins Chris & Aaron this week for Six Songs Luc Carl Thinks You Should Hear. In this long-form episode, Luc and the guys discuss a variety of subjects including record store release days, why it’s a bad idea to wear a Metallica shirt in front of Dave Mustaine, and the best motorcycle route in Tennessee among much more. Luc Carl   On top of all that, Luc‘s got Six Songs that…

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25 Albums Turning 25 That Don’t Suck (1992)

25 Albums Turning 25 That Don’t Suck (1992)

1992. What comes mind for you when you think of that year? Nirvana‘s Nevermind reached number 1 on the Billboard charts. Vince Neil quit Motley Crue… right after being fired. Mariah Carey sang at her live performances. Whitney Houston married Bobby Brown and started doing crack.  Metallica and G N’ R went on a co-headlining tour that included a riot in Canada after James Hetfield burned his hand on some pyro while Axl Rose refused to go onstage until he…

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GRAVE DIGGER – Healed By Metal (Album Review)

GRAVE DIGGER – Healed By Metal (Album Review)

Grave Digger is back for 2017 with their newest release since 2014. I first heard of Grave Digger when I did the review for their 2015 release Exhumation – The Early Years. Starting back in 1980 as part of the German heavy metal scene, their first album was released in 1983. On January 13th, 2017 with Napalm Records, Grave Digger‘s 18th studio album Healed By Metal will be released. The band consists of only one…

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Crankin the Law – Ep258

Crankin the Law – Ep258

The guys blast a bunch of awesome songs and simultaneously tip their hat to the good guys in law enforcement with Crankin the Law – Ep258. In this hour-plus block of rock, your hosts spin killer law-related tracks from the likes of Helloween, X-Cops, Hardcore Superstar, Motorhead, Saxon, Suicidal Tendencies, Soundgarden, Anthrax, Anti-Nowhere League, and Stryper. They also discuss law enforcement and its effect on society and rock n’ roll. We hope you enjoy Crankin…

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Motörhead – Clean Your Clock (June 10, 2016)

Motörhead – Clean Your Clock (June 10, 2016)

They were the Kings of the Road. They lived on it. They loved it. It loved them. And never was the spirit of Motörhead more alive than when they were on tour, shake, rattle and rolling audiences to within an inch of their lives thanks to that indomitable cocktail of power, purpose, and head-crunching volume. Yeah. In fact, after four decades of bone-pulverizing duty, Motörhead were still enjoying sold-out gigs worldwide. On November 20th and…

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Bowie vs Lemmy – Ep224

Bowie vs Lemmy – Ep224

This week the Decibel Geek Podcast presents Bowie vs Lemmy; a hard rock and metal salute to two music icons. In this hour-plus episode you’ll get some rocket-fueled covers of David Bowie and Motorhead tunes to shine a light on the huge influence these two recently-lost legends provided. You’ll get tracks from Racer X, Over Kill, Powerman 5000, Crucified Barbara, Enuff Z’nuff, Gilby Clarke, Infectious Grooves, Ramones, Drain STH, and Supersuckers. It’s hard losing our…

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25 Albums Turning 25 That Don’t Suck

25 Albums Turning 25 That Don’t Suck

1991.  Was that really 25 years ago? I was a sophomore in college. About to be dumped by my girlfriend who in hindsight was a total bitch.  And of course going to spend a large amount of my time and disposable income in music stores.  The year started with the thankfully brief Gulf War.  Which motivated Yoko Ono to gather a bunch of celebrities and her son to record a rendition of “Give Peace A…

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