Decibel Geek is a great website for fans of rock and metal music featuring weekly podcast episodes, upcoming album releases, photo galleries, YouTube videos as well as album/concert reviews and commentaries. Check us out at www.decibelgeek.com, find and like us on Facebook to join in on the discussion, and now Decibel Geek Wants You!
Want to get more involved? Here’s your chance to join the Decibel Geek team:
“Decibel Geek Wants You! We are looking for a new album review writer to join our fun and exciting team. The person we seek to do album reviews must be willing to take chances on smaller, possibly completely unknown bands as we receive many albums for review from bands and record companies. We will supply you with mp3’s of the albums and all you need to do is listen and write your review! Your written reviews must be a minimum of 300 words and do not always have to be positive even as long as you back up why you didn’t like the album. At Decibel Geek, we are all about keeping the music alive and these smaller bands deserve the chance to have their albums reviewed as much as the bigger guys! While this is not a paid position (we actually don’t make any profit ourselves but are here for the love of the music) there are other perks that may be available down the road. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org if you are interested.”
A little history of Decibel Geek:
The Decibel Geek podcast launched in April of 2011. Chris Czynszak, a former rock journalist, started the show solo and, within a few episodes, decided to bring in a co-host to add more variety to the show. Enter Aaron Camaro. Aaron, a veteran of rock radio from the state of Wisconsin, joined the show in August of 2011 and the show has been a weekly audio product focusing on rock and metal music ever since. Early in the show’s history, it was decided that the website should serve a greater purpose than purely hosting the weekly episodes. Volunteer writers were brought on board and our talented staff has grown in the ensuing years. The writing staff includes contributors from all over the world including Canada, Ireland, Sweden, Australia, and more. As of 2015, the Decibel Geek podcast and website is consumed by thousands of people on a weekly basis who love rock and metal music. We thank you for checking us out. While you’re here, listen to an episode (or two, or three, or more), read a bunch of the great articles, reviews, interviews, etc. and have a great time!
Let us know what you like/don’t like about the show/site and/or suggestions for improvement at email@example.com or in the comment section below.
…and if you’d like to join our team, Decibel Geek wants you, please email firstname.lastname@example.org for details.