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Jeff Scott Soto Discussion - Ep334
Growin’ Up Rock & Podcast Rock City host Sonny Pooni joins us this week for a Jeff Scott Soto discussion. Known for his previous work with Yngwie Malmsteen and current work with W.E.T. and Sons of Apollo, Soto has built an incredible career. Jeff Scott Soto rose to prominence in the early 1980's as the singer for Yngwie Malmsteen. Consequently, Soto has become a rock n roll renaissance man, performing on numerous tribute albums as well as provided backing vocals on tons of hit albums.  Additionally, Jeff Scott Soto has been a contributing part of various bands and solo projects throughout the years. Also, he gained notoriety for his soundtrack performance for Rock Star  as well as a touring stint fronting Journey. Jeff Scott Soto   Ultimately, Sonny is giving us an education this week as we focus on the middle years of Jeff Scott Soto’s career. In this long-form discussion you’ll get cool tracks from Soto’s many projects including Eyes, Talisman, Hollywood Underground, Soul SirkUS, JSS, and Jeff’s solo work. Podchaser Review: vmr907 (Victor Ruiz) reviewed Decibel Geek Podcast 5 Stars Take a cheese head and pair him up with someone that elevates him to stand at the top of the mountain and be more than the mouth of the south. That someone being the catalyst for an earth shaking movement, who isn't contractually obligated to kick ass, but just does. Together they are a force of nature, a natural disaster waiting to envelop your ears with more entertainment than most can handle. Accuse them of anything you want, but the only thing they're guilty of is loving music, and putting out quality shows. You feel me? Heck yeah! Buy Music! Jeff Scott Soto JSS Talisman Sons of Apollo Eyes Gary Schutt Hollywood Underground Soul SirkUS Contact Us! Rate, Review, and Subscribe in iTunes Join the Facebook Fan Page Follow on Twitter Follow on Instagram E-mail Us Subscribe to our Youtube channel! Support Us! Shop through our Amazon link! Donate to the show! Stream Us!  Stitcher Radio Spreaker TuneIn Become a VIP Subscriber! Click HERE for more info! Comment Below Direct Download
Radio Sucks Radio Show v29
DBG VIP Sonny Pooni joins the guys this week for Radio Sucks Radio Show v29! In this fun rock and talk episode Sonny talks about how he discovered Decibel Geek and what hooked him into being a DBG VIP. Additionally, he shares some killer rock and metal music from artists including Winery Dogs, Lord Tracy, Talisman, Restrayned, Halestorm, Steelheart, Black Label Society, Y&T, Extreme, and Vinnie Vincent Invasion! Radio Sucks Radio Show v29   The guys also talk more about the upcoming Nashville Rock n Pod Expo coming on August 26, 2017. Numerous podcasts from all over North America, vinyl/memorabilia vendors, and special guests from the world of rock participating in signings and meet and greets. It's gonna be a rock n roll party and YOU'RE invited! Go to www.nashvillerocknpodexpo.com to get more info and find out how YOU can make it happen! Buy Music! Winery Dogs Lord Tracy Talisman Restrayned Halestorm Steelhart Black Label Society Y&T Extreme Vinnie Vincent Invasion Nashville Rock n Pod Expo Info: Saturday, August 26, 2017 Music Valley Event Center, Nashville TN GoFundMe Site Official Website Official Facebook Official Instagram Visit Our Sponsor! HK Collecitbles, Inc. (Specializing in hard to find music and movies as well as authenticated/graded entertainment and historical collectibles.) HK Collectibles , Inc. on Ebay Contact Us! Rate, Review, and Subscribe in iTunes Join the Facebook Fan Page Follow on Twitter Follow on Instagram E-mail Us Subscribe to our Youtube channel! Call us on the Hotline! (540) DBGeek - 1 or (540) 324-3351 Support Us! Shop through our Amazon link! Donate to the show! Stream Us! Stitcher Radio Spreaker TuneIn Become a VIP Subscriber! Click HERE for more info! Comment Below Direct Download
We Pick Our Top 5 WASP Songs - Ep321
We're back this week to share our favorite songs by Sunset Strip legends WASP! In 1982 Blackie Lawless builds WASP was built to shock. Their over-the-top image garnered a ton of attention in an already-growing LA music scene. From Lawless' buzzsaw codpiece to models being tied to a torture rack to throwing raw meat into the audience, WASP takes the blueprint set by Alice Cooper and KISS and elevates it to raunchy new heights. Amid all of the theatricality, though, lay some of the best hard rock music of the decade and beyond. WASP   While Blackie Lawless remains the constant in WASP's career, the band has featured a number of fantastic musicians and incarnations over the years. The early days of the band included bassists Rik Fox and Don Costa and, later, Johnny Rod. Notably, some amazing guitarists have graced albums by WASP including Chris "Mean Man" Holmes, Randy Piper, Darrell Roberts, and Bob Kulick. Additionally, a who's who of rock drumming history have passed through the WASP ranks including Tony Richards, Frankie Banali, Stet Howland, Steve Riley, Mike Dupke, and Randy Black. The band currently surrounding Lawless features Doug Blair, Mike Duda, and Aquiles Priester. As mentioned in the show, we're showcasing our personal Top 5 WASP Songs. You're getting great tracks from virtually all eras of their more than thirty year career. In conclusion, it's a deep dive into one of the landmark metal bands of the 1980s and beyond. We hope you enjoy Top 5 WASP Songs and SHARE with a friend! Also don't miss your chance to enter for a chance to win the KISSTORY GUITAR RAFFLE! Signatures collected at the recent Indianapolis KISS Expo include Ace Frehley, Eric Singer, Bruce Kulick, Bob Kulick, Lydia Criss, Robert Fleischman, Bobby Rock, Mark Slaughter, Tod Howarth, John Regan, Anton Fig, Michael James Jackson, Craig Gass, Christopher Williams and many more! Go to www.rocknpod.eventbrite.com and select KISSTORY GUITAR in the TICKETS section! Once 300 spots are taken, the raffle will close and a winner will be announced! Guitar will be shipped FREE inside the USA to the winner! Buy Music! WASP Contact Us! Rate, Review, and Subscribe in iTunes Join the Facebook Fan Page Follow on Twitter Follow on Instagram E-mail Us Subscribe to our Youtube channel! Call us on the Hotline! (540) DBGeek - 1 or (540) 324-3351 Support Us! Shop through our Amazon link! Donate to the show! Stream Us! Stitcher Radio Spreaker TuneIn Become a VIP Subscriber! Click HERE for more info! Comment Below Direct Download  
Camaro's Cutout Bin Vol2 - Ep356
We're back this week with the long-awaiting second volume of Camaro's Cutout Bin! Aaron Camaro is always on the hunt. His journey's to record stores, thrift stores, yardsales, and more have resulted in a CD collection in the thousands. Aaron has rolled the dice on a ton of CD's over the years. An album or artist may not be familiar but if it looks like it might possibly rock, he'll pick it up. Camaro's Cutout Bin Camaro's Cutout Bin Vol2 features songs from some of these blind album picks. We defy our listeners to say they've heard of any of these bands. If you have, let us know! This episode features music from artists such as Tsar, Black Lipstick, Deep Jimi and the Zep Creams, Young Heart Attack, The Hellhounds, Diamond Dog, Pig Pen, Detroit, and Peter Blast. If you're into music discovery, you're gonna love this episode. Thanks for listening and SHARE with a friend! Camaro's Cutout Bin Vol1 Contact Us! Rate, Review, and Subscribe in iTunes Join the Facebook Fan Page Follow on Twitter Follow on Instagram E-mail Us Subscribe to our Youtube channel! Support Us! Donate to the show! Stream Us! Stitcher Radio Spreaker TuneIn Become a VIP Subscriber! Click HERE for more info! Comment Below Direct Download
Radio Sucks Radio Show v33 - Ep324
We're back this week to spin some awesome tunes with Radio Sucks Radio Show v33! This episode is packed with great music from artists like Angel, Kik Tracee, Loudness, Jizzy Pearl, Enuff Z'nuff, Saxon, Grand Funk, Stryper, Murderer's Row, and Dream Child! [caption id="attachment_39927" align="alignright" width="350"] Radio Sucks Radio show v33 [/caption] We also respond to the Larry, Moe, and Curly of KISS podcasting and clear up a few things. Plus, a ROCKNPOD Expo update and big concert announcement! We hope you enjoy Radio Sucks Radio Show v33 and SHARE with a friend! ROCKNPOD Info click HERE Buy Music! Angel Kik Tracee Jizzy Pearl Loudness Enuff Z'nuff Saxon Grand Funk Stryper Murderers Row Dream Child Contact Us! Rate, Review, and Subscribe in iTunes Join the Facebook Fan Page Follow on Twitter Follow on Instagram E-mail Us Subscribe to our Youtube channel! Support Us! Shop through our Amazon link! Donate to the show! Stream Us! Stitcher Radio Spreaker TuneIn Become a VIP Subscriber! Click HERE for more info! Comment Below Direct Download
ROCKNPOD Recap - Ep331
We’re back and ready to give you the sordid details with our ROCKNPOD Recap! The stories you’re about to hear are all true. Some names have been changed to protect the guilty-as-hell. ROCKNPOD weekend was a beehive of activity. Things kicked off with Friday’s Preparty concert featuring Frank Dimino & Punky Meadows of Angel, Tora Tora, Greg Mangus All-Stars and Ron Keel. How did the show go? Were there any celebrity sightings? Did anyone throw up? We’re giving you all the details. [caption id="attachment_46483" align="alignright" width="350"] ROCKNPOD Recap [/caption] Saturday was a start-to-finish marathon with the ROCKNPOD Expo taking place through the afternoon. Tons of podcasters, tons of guests, great panel discussions, great vendors, and much more. Did everyone have a table? Did anyone guest get drunk? Did any podcaster NOT get drunk? Did anyone throw up? We’re giving you all the details. Once the ROCKNPOD Expo ended the Afterparty commenced downtown at The Basement. Black Heiron, Neverwake, Jacob Cade, and Denman performed. Was there controversy at this show? Did Dr. Fukk from Thrash or Die perform? Was there Sammy Hagar destruction? Did anyone throw up?All those questions and more will be answered. ROCKNPOD weekend wrapped up at Zanies Comedy Club with performances by Craig Gass, Earl Skakel, and Courtney Cronin-Dold. Was there a podfather in the house? Did the front row include two icons of 80’s rock? Did anyone throw up? We’ll answer those questions as well. Our ROCKNPOD recap will conclude with some behind the scenes discussion including the guests that got away, the ones we couldn’t believe we got, and the one that we were thrilled to walk away from. We’ll also talk about plans for next year! We hope you enjoy ROCKNPOD Recap and SHARE with a friend! Contact Us! Rate, Review, and Subscribe in iTunes Join the Facebook Fan Page Follow on Twitter Follow on Instagram E-mail Us Subscribe to our Youtube channel! Support Us! Shop through our Amazon link! Donate to the show! Stream Us! Stitcher Radio Spreaker TuneIn Become a VIP Subscriber! Click HERE for more info! Comment Below Direct Download
Under the ACDC Influence - Ep284
DBG VIP and Decibel Geek writer, Steven Michael, joins Chris and Aaron for Under the ACDC Influence; a deep dive into bands that were influenced by the Australian hard rock giants. Steve and the guys discuss their love for ACDC, the evidence of their influence on rock and roll history, and spin a bunch of tracks by a bunch of bands that were influenced by Angus Young and company. Many fads come and go, and with them so do many bands. What is the flavor of the week will soon be a punchline to a joke told decades later. ACDC never fell into that trap. Through numerous trends including Prog Rock, Punk Rock, Disco, New Wave, Glam Metal, and Grunge, the Australian-born legends stayed the course; continuing to pump out headbanging, hooky rock n roll. This consistency has produced an influence that has transcended multiple generations of fans. Under the ACDC Influence In this jam packed episode you'll get tracks from Jackyl, Four Horsemen, Voodoo Piston, Ugly Kid Joe, The Treatment, Rhino Bucket, Koritni, Black Aces, Airbourne, Dirty Looks, ACCEPT, Guns N Roses, Rose Tattoo, 77, and Krokus! It's 2 hours plus of drinks, discussion, tunes, and more drinks. We hope you enjoy Under the ACDC Influence and SHARE with a friend! More Steven! Articles Buy Music! AC/DC Jackyl Four Horsemen Voodoo Piston Ugly Kid Joe The Treatment Rhino Bucket Koritni The Black Aces Airbourne Dirty Looks ACCEPT Guns N Roses Rose Tattoo Krokus 77 Visit Our Sponsor! HK Collecitbles, Inc. (Specializing in hard to find music and movies as well as authenticated/graded entertainment and historical collectibles.) HK Collectibles , Inc. on Ebay Contact Us! Rate, Review, and Subscribe in iTunes Join the Facebook Fan Page Follow on Twitter Follow on Instagram E-mail Us Subscribe to our Youtube channel! Call us on the Hotline! (540) DBGeek - 1 or (540) 324-3351 Support Us! Shop through our Amazon link! Donate to the show! Stream Us! Stitcher Radio Spreaker TuneIn Become a VIP Subscriber! Click HERE for more info! Comment Below Direct Download
We Prove Rock is NOT Dead with Fresh Blood V6
We’re back to further prove that Rock is NOT dead with Fresh Blood V6. Particularly, we've got 10 great up and coming bands this week and we’re confident you’re gonna find something you dig. At the present time, classic artists such as AC/DC, KISS, and Judas Priest continue to roll on. In due time, they will be gone. Accordingly, we're shifting focus this week to younger, hungry bands that are giving their all in a challenging musical climate. Fresh Blood V6 In this hour-plus chunk of great music you'll hear from City of Thieves, The Watchers, Kaleo, Salem's Lott, Taco Mouth, The Rocket Dolls, Under the Radar, SkeetZo N' Krysis, Black Paisley, and Starcrawler. Also, you'll notice that two of our song picks were selected by DBG VIPs from Patreon! If you want to become a DBG VIP, simply go to www.patreon.com/decibelgeek and be a $3.00 + patron. Perks include song suggestions, bonus content including the Chris & Aaron Show and much more! We hope you enjoy Fresh Blood V6 and SHARE with a friend! Geeks of the Week: Simon Catt, Joe Royland, Sit and Spin with Joe, Matt Ashcraft, Chris McDowell, Anthony Laitas, Keith Ross, Wayne Cross, Joseph Capone, Greg McGlone, Rob Harris, Greg Troyan, Rockin’ Ron Runyon, Decibel Geek TV, Eric Czynszak, Dave Huckridge, Denver DeSeranno, Neil Johnson, Andrew Jacobs, Jason Thomas Broadrick, Kenneth Roy, David Glynn, Sean Culletn, Steve Wright (Podder Than Hell), Matt Porter (The KISS Room), Aaron Baker, Derik Novak, Steven Kersh, Joe Lascon, Bakko (Cobras & Fire), Brent Walter, Trevor McDougall, David Cathey, Bill Elam, Mikael Burell, Stacey Sullivan, Kenneth McDonald, Andy Lafon, Todd Cunningham, Jeffrey Mendenhall, Marc Alden Taylor, Free Form Rock Podcast, Allen Tate, James West, Alex Thorn, Ian Wadley (RMCP), James Brendon Dunn, Adam Cox, Greg York, Dan Nation, Chuck Noseworthy, Rodney Dickson, Scott Stine, Gino Ames, Stephen Atchison, Eladio, Jay Szczeblewski, Monte Carr, The Mooger Fooger Buy Music! City of Thieves The Watchers Kaleo Salem's Lott Taco Mouth The Rocket Dolls Under the Radar SkeetZo N' Krysis Black Paisley Starcrawler Contact Us! Rate, Review, and Subscribe in iTunes Join the Facebook Fan Page Follow on Twitter Follow on Instagram E-mail Us Subscribe to our Youtube channel! Support Us! Shop through our Amazon link! Donate to the show! Stream Us! Stitcher Radio Spreaker TuneIn Become a VIP Subscriber! Click HERE for more info! Comment Below Direct Download
Top 5 Pantera Songs
In honor of episode 333 we’re spinning our Top 5 Pantera Songs! It’s been 18 years since the last Pantera studio release and both Vinnie and Dime are no longer with us. But even so, the music they left behind still reverberates today. With the exception of the lesser-known “Glamtera” years, Pantera burst onto a turbulent music world. Indeed, the early 90's were a time of great transition. Notably, grunge was driving out “hair” metal; causing divisions among the music-buying public. Brothers Vinnie and Darrell Abbott, Rex Brown, and Philip Anselmo lit a fire that burned bright and inspired thousands. Considering the environment, for a metal band from Texas to capture the public’s attention and unite different cliques is remarkable. Additionally, the wild, untamed stories of excess while on tour only helped to build the Pantera legend. Top 5 Pantera Songs   Choosing our Top 5 Pantera Songs was no easy task. Since both of us are huge fans, we could have easily picked five contenders off each album! This week we give your our favorites. They come from such classic sonic platters as Cowboys from Hell, Vulgar Display of Power, Far Beyond Driven, The Great Southern Trendkill, Official Live: 101 Proof, and Reinventing the Steel. Pantera is no stranger to Decibel Geek Podcast. We’ve featured their music several times and even devoted a couple of previous episodes to the Cowboys from Hell. Click the links below for those episodes after you listen to this one! Episode 154 - Pantera Discussion with Chad Lee (Photographer) https://www.podchaser.com/podcasts/decibel-geek-podcast-103122/episodes/pantera-discussion-with-chad-l-10449283 Episode 166 - Ride for Dime Nashville Coverage https://www.podchaser.com/podcasts/decibel-geek-podcast-103122/episodes/ride-for-dime-ep166-10449255 Contact Us! Rate, Review, and Subscribe in iTunes Join the Facebook Fan Page Follow on Twitter Follow on Instagram E-mail Us Subscribe to our Youtube channel! Support Us! Shop through our Amazon link! Donate to the show! Stream Us! Stitcher Radio Spreaker TuneIn Become a VIP Subscriber! Click HERE for more info! Comment Below Direct Download  
Episode 16 - Radio Sucks Radio Show 2
A Second Helping of “I Don’t Hear a Single, But Who Cares?” We’re back with another generous portion of tunes that you won’t get to hear on commercial radio because they are too busy getting blown by a&r guys while pimping out whatever modern rock schlock is being force-fed to the masses. We say, screw that! Decibel Geek presents the Radio Sucks Radio Show 2! We’re giving you some delicious ear candy that will exorcise any Nickelback-inspired demons. Spacemen & Hard – Up Criminals We kick things off with a track from KISS spaceman version 1 – Ace Frehley, singing a song that Gene Simmons provided him entitled ‘In Your Face’. This track was recorded for the 1998 Psycho Circus album but, for some insane reason, was cut from the album in favor of the cringeworthy ballad ‘I’ve Finally Found My Way to You’ as well as the self-congratulatory ‘Raise Your Glasses.’ We love KISS (as it’s obvious) but Chris was left scratching his head, and balls, over some of their decision making for this “reunion” album. Up second is a track that went semi-viral via youtube by Beggars & Thieves.  Featuring cameos from Slaughter drummer Blas Elias, Ron Keel, and even noted rock-recluse Jake E. Lee, the video for ‘Come Undone’ drew attention from many of us with a taste for melodic hard rock and a keen sense of nostalgia. Plus, the song really gets stuck in your head which, in this case, is a good thing. Check out the video on the website. Tony’s Fight & Tool Grabs You We return from the break with Tomorrow’s Dream from Black Sabbath Volume 4. We recorded this episode a few days before the recent tragic news that guitarist Tony Iommi was diagnosed with Lymphoma. Our thoughts and prayers are with Tony and the Sabbath camp and hope that this excellent track will give you some joy as Tony fights this illness. Next up is a very stripped down, hungry Tool performing a live rendition of the song ‘Jerk Off’ from the pre-Undertow E.P. entitled Opiate. This cd was on constant rotation in Chris’ dorm rooms in the 90’s as the soundtrack to many activities that are long since forgotten due to the haze from substances of old. Check out Maynard James Keenan’s scream near the end of the song. It could peel paint off the walls. The Klok is Ticking & Diamond Dave’s Shakespearian Alter-Ego Aaron gives us all something to think about with his choice of Dethklok’s ‘Castratikon’; a track that will surely get a giggle out of our female audience while increasing the sales of athletic supporters  simiultaneiously. Guard your junk guys! With all of the Van Halen hoopla going around, we thought it would be nice to revisit the old days. The new single ‘Tattoo’ has certainly drawn a mixed reception from music fans but there’s no denying the greatness of this next track, ‘Romeo Delight’.  Also, stay tuned for a Van Halen special coming soon from the Decibel Geek podcast! Chicks With Weapons & Hooded Kidnappers Aaron shares a track by a band that’s time was cut too short by the tragic death of its singer.  Betty Blowtorch has a solid punk rock sound with the sneering vocals of the gone-too-soon Bianca Butthole. Hell on Wheels is the leadoff track from 2001’s ‘Are You Man Enough’ and is a fine example of what could have been. 2002 saw the release of The Song Ramones the Same; a tribute album to the punk pioneers featuring a cool cover of ‘The KKK Took My Baby Away ‘ by a group called Cool Millions. Pay attention for the banjo at the end! L.A. Guns N Roses Supernova WTFBBQ & Some Rocking Little People Chris & Aaron have a quick discussion about the ever-revolving lineup of band members for L.A. Guns after a stint with former Rockstar Supernova contestant Dilana lasted longer than Kim Kardashian’s marriage (thanks google search engine). Aaron is waiting his turn to be the 878th member of the band. Until then though, we give you a great track from Guns N Roses’ Appetite for Destruction; ‘It’s So Easy.’ We finish things off with a good friend of the show; Russ Dwarf. We interviewed Russ a couple of months ago and can’t wait to have him back on the show in the future. You may be seeing Russ as well as other friends in the wider podcasting world soon so stay tuned! That’s all for this time! See ya next week!
Brighton Rock Takeover - Ep163
This week's episode marks the third time that the "Hoser Heavy Metal Twins" have taken the reigns of the Decibel Geek Podcast. Once again Wally "Wallygator" Norton and Rich "The Meister" Dillon are back with a new batch of Canadian homegrown hard rock and heavy metal. Joining the Decibel Geek website writers turned hosts are two very special guests guitarist Greg Fraser and bassist Stevie Skreebs from Canadian bands Brighton Rock and Fraze Gang.   "Roadtrip!" was called, as the Decibel Geek podcast headed out to Niagara Falls Canada to the home of bassist Stevie Skreebs. Equipped with some Iron Maiden Trooper beer, we set up shop in the very basement where Brighton Rock often rehearse and where Fraze Gang came to life.   For the next hour the guys enjoyed some laughs, some beers and most importantly some great Canadian music. Also touched on throughout the show, the formation of Brighton Rock, playing a historic show with Triumph, how they came to be part of Mitch Lafon's KISS tribute album, their interpretation of "Creatures of the Night" and more. They also chime in on Gene Simmon's "rock is dead" quote and of course they discussed the progress on the upcoming and eagerly anticipated new Brighton Rock record that is in the works.  The Decibel Geeks can tell you.....it's gonna be fantastic!   Wally's Story... Greg rocking the Hammer 1989   I have written about growing up a Canadian metal fan in the 80's many times now. We didn't get MTV north of the border, instead we got the Canadian version called Much Music. Much played all the big rock videos of the day. Crue, Def Leppard and Whitesnake were there, of course, but right along with them were plenty of great Canadian rock, Coney Hatch, the KiLLeR DWaRfS and Brighton Rock among the best. They were every bit the "rock gods" that Sixx, Elliot and Coverdale were. Of course they were, they were all over our televisions and radio airwaves. It almost seems strange to me that these great Canadian bands were not necessarily getting the same exposure south of the border.   Brighton Rock in the 80's burned quite a trail, released three incredible albums produced by Michael Wagener, Jack Richardson and Toby Wright respectively. They earned Gold records, won Juno awards and toured the country relentlessly. Over the years I was privileged enough to catch Brighton Rock live probably a dozen or more times. From various clubs in Hamilton (Dallas, Bannisters, etc.), my college pub on frosh week, opening for Honeymoon Suite at COPPS Coliseum and opening for Triumph at Canada's Wonderland.   Stevie's Peavey! If you had told the 18 year old me that I would be invited to sit around and chat with Greg and Stevie, at Stevie's house no less, I might have actually peed myself. Fortunately as a mature adult now (shut up Rich!), I was able to contain my bladder and enjoy the experience. After the recording, the conversation continued on and as hinted on the show we got a sneak peak at one of the new songs slated for the new Brighton Rock record. A thick heavy riff sets off a great new tune that I can't wait to add to my music collection, hurry up fellas! Stevie even let me tinker with his bass as I suddenly went fanboy and almost did a Wayne's World "We're not worthy!" You can see how miserable I am in the photo.   Being able to share some Brighton Rock and Fraze Gang music has been a blast! I want to thank Stevie and Greg for being a part of the show, sharing some of your musical picks and for sharing some of the great memories with the Decibel Geek listeners.   Rich "The Meister"'s Story: Thanksgiving is upon us once again and it's time for Chris and Aaron's yearly week off.  These two faithfully deliver an inciteful, humorous, and entertaining podcast each and every week, never having missed one for a total of 162 episodes!  In what has become a yearly tradition in itself, The Hoser Heavy Metal Twins, Canadians Wally "Wallygator" Norton and Rich "The Meister" Dillon are back for a third year of stepping in to bring you this week's episode.   I wanted to do something different for our third year attempting to remotely fill the big shoes of the regular Decibel Geek hosts and basically give the faithful listeners something better than just the two of us "Hosers".  I didn't know quite what, but almost immediately after I expressed this sentiment to Wally he returned with the suggestion that soon became a reality.  Joining the Decibel Geek website writers turned hosts for this The Meister mauled by Brighton Rock! episode are two very special guests, guitarist Greg Fraser and bassist Stevie Skreebs from the Canadian bands Brighton Rock and Fraze Gang.   Personally, I almost feel deprived at times, especially when reading Wally's story above, in that although I was a long time listener my first concert experience with Brighton Rock was the October 2012 show at The Rockpile in Toronto.  Wally and I got the opportunity to sit down with frontman Gerry McGhee before the event for an in depth interview.  The boys had set the gig as a warm up for their planned appearance at that year's Firefest Festival in Nottingham UK and what a show it was.  It was thrilling to finally get to see these guys live and I don't know what they were like then, but I think I can safely say they're stronger than ever.  Over the next couple of years I would often speak to Greg via the internet and even run into him at various shows held at The Rockpile venues, to the point where a friendship has formed.  Even with this it was still exciting to sit down and talk with the boys in this revered space.  As Wally eluded to the fact that 18 year old him may have wet himself, 41 year old me was near that (well I did drink a fair amount of Skreebs' beer!).   With the traditional "Keep it Canadian" theme, the four play some great Canadian music, some Brighton Rock/Fraze Gang, chat about bands, music, concert memories and of course drink some beer.  Hopefully you find it as interesting to listen to as we did fun in recording it.   Cheers, The Meister  (The Meister on Facebook) (Meister on Twitter)   Buy Music! (click artist name to purchase!)   Brighton Rock -Young, Wild & Free Brighton Rock - Take a Deep Breath Brighton Rock - Love Machine Brighton Rock - A Room For Five: Live Fraze Gang - Fraze Gang Fraze Gang - 2 Rush - Moving Pictures Triumph - Thunder Seven Step Echo - Songs For the Broken Blood of Van Gogh - Blood of Van Gogh   Contact Us!   Rate, Review, and Subscribe in iTunes Join the Facebook Fan Page Follow on Twitter Follow on Instagram E-mail Us Call us on the Hotline! (540) DBGeek - 1 or (540) 324-3351   Support Us!   Shop on Amazon!---------->>>>>>>>> (a percentage of sales from that link to the right goes back to supporting Decibel Geek!)   Stream Us!   Stitcher Radio Spreaker TuneIn   Direct Download
This Is Your Life - Ep379
ROCKNPOD donor and Decibel Geek superfan Mark Starski joins us to spin killer tracks and take us down memory lane with This Is Your Life!   In this episode, Mark picks songs based on previous Decibel Geek episodes spanning the eight year history of the show!   You'll get great tracks from RATT, War Babies, Saints & Sinners, Gary Schutt, Babylon A.D., Shy Tiger, Tales from the Porn, Reckless Love, Winger, and Wildside!   It's an episode unlike any we've done before and we had a great time talking to Mark!   We hope you enjoy This is Your Life - Ep379 and SHARE with a friend!   Contact Us!   Rate, Review, and Subscribe in iTunes Join the Facebook Fan Page Follow on Twitter Follow on Instagram E-mail Us Subscribe to our Youtube channel! Support Us! Donate to the show! Stream Us! Stitcher Radio Spreaker TuneIn Become a VIP Subscriber! Click HERE for more info! Comment Below Direct Download
1981 Year in Review Part 1 - Ep343
We're hopping in the De Lorean and heading back in time this week for our 1981 Year in Review Part 1! So many things happened from January - June 1981 that you're getting an earful this week! Wendy O. Williams arrested, Steven Tyler cheats death, and the Urban Cowboy fashion movement takes hold. Other stories include Ozzy eating a bird (uncooked), President Reagan in the crosshairs, riots in the UK, and much more. [caption id="attachment_47712" align="alignright" width="350"] 1981 Year in Review Part 1 [/caption] 1981 in sports sees championships won by the Oakland Raiders and Los Angeles Dodgers. In the wrestling world, Hulk Hogan is having an identity crisis. We touch on these stories and more this week. Additionally, American television audiences are caught up in shows such as Three's Company, M.A.S.H., Dukes of Hazzard and Love Boat. This week we'll tell you the top 5 shows on 1981 and touch on our thoughts of them. Our 1981 Year in Review Part 1 wouldn't be complete without music. Notably,  you'll get tracks from UFO, GenX, Iron Maiden, Judas Priest, Cirith Ungol, Hanoi Rocks, Accept, Van Halen, Y&T, and tons more! Additionally, you're getting another dose of nostalgia in the form of classic commercials and facts and numbers of 1981! In summary, it's a trip through time that'll take you back. We hope you enjoy 1981 Year in Review Part 1 and SHARE with a friend! Contact Us! Rate, Review, and Subscribe in iTunes Join the Facebook Fan Page Follow on Twitter Follow on Instagram E-mail Us Subscribe to our Youtube channel! Support Us! Donate to the show! Stream Us! Stitcher Radio Spreaker TuneIn Become a VIP Subscriber! Click HERE for more info! Comment Below Direct Download
We Share Our Top 5 Worst KISS Songs! - Ep337
We return this week to bring you our choices for the Top 5 Worst KISS Songs! It's no secret that we love the Hottest Band in the Land. It's also no secret that, for the great number of awesome songs in the KISS Kanon (spelled with a "K" of course), there are some serious Klunkers. Top 5 Worst KISS Songs This week Chris and Aaron are counting down their personal 5 least favorite songs from KISStory. You may think you're only going to be hearing from a specific era in the band's history. Well, think again! Between the guys' lists, you're hearing songs from Dressed to Kill, Destroyer, Music from the Elder, Animalize, Hot in the Shade, Carnival of Souls, Psycho Circus, and Sonic Boom! It's an hour-plus of fun talk of some dire tunes. You Wanted the Best? Too Bad! This week you're getting the worst! We hope you enjoy Top 5 Worst KISS Songs and SHARE with a friend! Buy Music! KISS Geeks of the Week: Joe Royland, Sit and Spin with Joe, Scott Smith, Matt Ashcraft, Joseph Capone, Jay Szczeblewski, Dan Nation, Kevin Williams, Joey Haynie (Rock Strikes Ten), Tom Cullen, Decibel Geek TV, Rockin Ron Runyon, Aaron Baker, David Glynn, Greg Troyan, Throne of Malediction, James McEllhiney, Eric Sartana Horner, Gino Ames, Adam Cox, Mike Parnell, Rodney Dickson, Brandt Cattell, Chuck Noseworthy, Wayne Cross, Victor Ruiz, Greg York, Bill Elam, Ernesto Aguilar, David Hudson, JJMac, Jeff Mendenhall, The Mooger Fooger Contact Us! Rate, Review, and Subscribe in iTunes Join the Facebook Fan Page Follow on Twitter Follow on Instagram E-mail Us Subscribe to our Youtube channel! Support Us! Shop through our Amazon link! Donate to the show! Stream Us! Stitcher Radio Spreaker TuneIn Become a VIP Subscriber! Click HERE for more info! Comment Below Direct Download
Episode 20 - Radio Sucks Radio Show 4
You just keep coming back to get your ears blasted and we thank you! Last week's Eric Carr episode really took off and we want to welcome all the new listeners. For the uninitiated, we try to mix things up throughout the month. While we love doing the interviews and have plenty more for the future, we also like to showcase some music as we're doing today. Corporate radio sucks. That statement is about as simple as saying that the sky is blue or Nickelback is the antithesis to good music. With that said, Aaron Camaro & Chris Czynszak set out each month to play you some deep cuts from rock and metal history that the payola-induced corporate fat cats shudder away from. This is the Radio Sucks Radio Show part 4! We've got a full slab of great music for you today. We start things off with a Motorhead track from the 'Iron Fist' album followed by a KISS track off 1974's Hotter than Hell. Our first break is comprised of a flashback commercial featuring an unlikely pairing between two acts; especially when you consider who was opening up for whom.  We segue into some 'Shout at the Devil' era Motley Crue as we discuss the band's recent residency in Las Vegas. We make sure to update everyone on Vinnie Vincent's recent musical output. It's buggin'! After that, we give you a track from the 31st lineup of L.A. Guns, the last one to feature Phil Lewis and Tracii Guns before they decided that two was better than one. With this week's release of 'A Different Kind of Truth,' Van Halen is front and center on the world's radar (competing with the likes of Snookie and American Idol, wtf). We decided to avoid the lawsuit and play a classic Van Halen cover instead to get you primed for the new one. Trust us, it's worth going out and picking up. The second break of the show features David Lee Roth extolling the virtues of the Decibel Geek podcast. We also hear from an inanimate object that is near and dear to a former WASP guitarist's heart (and liver). The next 2 songs feature polar opposite bands but equally enjoyable. One is known for providing levity and humor in their records and their movie. The other was a legend that's music still holds up today against all of the other metal bands that they inspired.  Next up is a band that you've probably never heard of covering a song of another band you've probably never heard of. Exciting right? Aaron really pulled out a gem with this one. Midnight Moses was originally performed by the Sensational Alex Harvey Band but covered beautifully on this track by Spearfish.  Our next break includes Nigel Tufnel explaining why the Decibel Geek podcast is the only show that goes to eleven. We also hear from Mama Cass in her final moments. We wrap up the show with some bands that each of us dig from the 1990's. Chris spins a track from a band that many of our listeners probably consider rap-metal but there's no doubt that musically this track slams. Go ahead and start writing your hate mail; we can take it. Aaron closes things out with a track from a band that Chris can't stand. In all fairness, Chris has only heard the one track that this band is known for so Aaron decides to expose him to a new slice of said group's catalog. Will Chris dig it? Wait and see. That's all we got this week. Can you believe we got through all of these show notes and didn't say one thing about the Super Bowl? Dammit!!! 
Radio Sucks Radio Show v32 - Ep312
We're back this week with more killer rock tracks and talk with Radio Sucks Radio Show v32! If you are new to the podcast, this particular format is easy to explain. Radio sucks and has for a long time. The limited amount of artists coupled with the limited amount of songs by those artists makes radio a frustrating experience. Additionally, the ignorance of new material by classic artists makes no sense at all. Do we really need to hear Rock n Roll All Nite again? [caption id="attachment_36307" align="alignright" width="270"] Radio Sucks Radio Show v32 [/caption] This week's Radio Sucks Radio Show v32 has you covered on great songs old and new. We've got classic tracks by The Doors, Ace Frehley, and W.A.S.P. Additionally, you'll get fresh tracks from Circus of Power, John Corabi, Animal Drive, and Honeymoon Disease. We finish things up strong with KISS talk and an update on Vinnie Vincent. We hope you enjoy Radio Sucks Radio Show v32 and SHARE with a friend! Buy Music! The Doors Ace Frehley WASP Circus of Power LIT John Corabi Animal Drive Honeymoon Disease Vinnie Vincent Ramones Contact Us! Rate, Review, and Subscribe in iTunes Join the Facebook Fan Page Follow on Twitter Follow on Instagram E-mail Us Subscribe to our Youtube channel! Call us on the Hotline! (540) DBGeek - 1 or (540) 324-3351 Support Us! Shop through our Amazon link! Donate to the show! Stream Us! Stitcher Radio Spreaker TuneIn Become a VIP Subscriber! Click HERE for more info! Comment Below Direct Download
Albums Unleashed Skid Row Rachel Bolan Michael Wagener
Skid Row bassist Rachel Bolan and producer Michael Wagener join the guys this week for Albums Unleashed Skid Row. Recorded in Lake Geneva, Wisconsin, Skid Row was released January 24, 1989 on Atlantic Records. Thanks to strong response to singles such as 'Youth Gone Wild,' '18 and Life,' 'Piece of Me,' and the ballad 'I Remember You,' Skid Row would go on to sell over 5 million copies. This self-titled debut featured the talents of bassist Bolan, drummer Rob Affuso, singer Sebastian Bach, and the twin-guitar assault of Scotti Hill and Dave "The Snake" Sabo. In this nearly two hour discussion, Bolan discusses the early days of Skid Row, including a period pre-Bach that featured vocalist Matt Fallon. Fallon would unfortunately go down in infamy as someone that lost out on stardom not once but twice as he was jettisoned from jobs with Anthrax and Skid Row. Bolan also shares the circumstances that led to Bach's hiring at the young age of 19. Michael Wagener shares his memories of how he was brought on board to produce the album by A&R man Jason Flom and Skid Row manager Doc McGhee. Albums Unleashed Skid Row Skid Row's beginnings were helped in part to Bon Jovi. Guitarist Sabo was childhood friends with Jon Bon Jovi  and the friends had agreed to help each other out if one "made it" before the other. But Bon Jovi and Richie Sambora were not going to lend a hand until Skid Row was ready. In this long-form discussion, Bolan shares stories of rounds of songwriting between he and Sabo being critiqued by the two Bon Jovi leaders and scrutinized until they deemed the band ready. Recording the album in Lake Geneva, Wisconsin, Skid Row and Wagener got down to business right away. In this discussion, Michael shares his memories of the production of 'Skid Row' and how the band, while certainly having a wild side, were all business when it came to their time in the studio. Rachel also remembers the hobbies that he took up to help pass the time in the Midwest during production. Bolan and Wagener detail track by track the songwriting and production of each song on the album. It's an in-depth look behind the scenes of one of the biggest hard rock debut albums of all-time. We hope you enjoy Albums Unleashed Skid Row with Rachel Bolan and Michael Wagener and SHARE with a friend! Buy Music! Skid Row More Rachel Bolan! Facebook Skid Row Official Website Visit Our Sponsor! HK Collecitbles, Inc. (Specializing in hard to find music and movies as well as authenticated/graded entertainment and historical collectibles.) HK Collectibles , Inc. on Ebay Contact Us! Rate, Review, and Subscribe in iTunes Join the Facebook Fan Page Follow on Twitter Follow on Instagram E-mail Us Subscribe to our Youtube channel! Call us on the Hotline! (540) DBGeek - 1 or (540) 324-3351 Support Us! Shop through our Amazon link! Donate to the show! Stream Us! Stitcher Radio Spreaker TuneIn Become a VIP Subscriber! Click HERE for more info! Comment Below Direct Download
Vinnie Vincent Special vol6 - Ep341
Promoter Joe D'Angelo joins us for Vinnie Vincent Special vol6; our thoughts on Miami, Memphis, and more. We said we'd never do another one of these but with recent events taking place, we had to chime in. In this latest volume, Joe tells us about his experience booking and working with Vinnie Vincent. Vinnie appeared in Miami for The Gathering KISS Kruise Preparty. He appeared for two meet and greet days as well as a performance with Four by Fate onstage for a few songs. Joe gives us the details on what it's like working with Vinnie, how he was to the fans, as well as his thoughts on the onstage performance. We also give our thoughts on Vinnie's performance of Lick It Up, I Love It Loud, and Cold Gin. [caption id="attachment_47584" align="alignright" width="350"] Vinnie Vincent Special vol6 [/caption] Moving on from Miami, Joe stays with us to discuss our thoughts (at that time) about the upcoming 2 night stand at Graceland in Memphis. We delve into what are expectations would be for the fans that are traveling to Tennessee, how ticket sales seemed to be going and speculation on what would go down. A few days after recording with Joe, a Vinnie Vincent bombshell was dropped. The Memphis shows have been postponed (just weeks away from their confirmed dates) and the show is being moved to Nashville in February. While refunds and exchanges seem to be available to ticket buyers, it became apparent quickly that a number of Vinnie Vincent fans were going to be mightily inconvenienced due to this short notice schedule/city change. We give our unfiltered thoughts on this whole mess and state what we think is going to happen (or not happen) in Nashville in February of 2019. We hope you enjoy Vinnie Vincent Special vol6 - Ep341 and SHARE with a friend. Buy Music! Slaughter Four by Fate Contact Us! Rate, Review, and Subscribe in iTunes Join the Facebook Fan Page Follow on Twitter Follow on Instagram E-mail Us Subscribe to our Youtube channel! Support Us! Donate to the show! Stream Us! Stitcher Radio Spreaker TuneIn Become a VIP Subscriber! Click HERE for more info! Comment Below Direct Download
Working Class Heroes - Ep325
With Chris out of town, Aaron's flying solo this week with a salute to all the hard working men and women out there with Working Class Heroes - Ep325. This episode is jam packed with great songs that'll make your day on the job more tolerable. You're getting great tracks from Sea Hags, KISS, Tuff, King's X, Todd Rundgren, Steely Dan, Motorhead and the Supersuckers. Additionally, Aaron gives you information on the top 10 most popular jobs in the US and how those relate to possible podcast listening habits. [caption id="attachment_44109" align="alignright" width="350"] Working Class Heroes [/caption] It's a great soundtrack for your day at the grind. We hope you enjoy Working Class Heroes - Ep325 and SHARE with a friend! ROCKNPOD Expo! Buy Tickets Official Facebook Page Official Website Buy Music! Sea Hags KISS Tuff King's X Todd Rundgren Steely Dan Motorhead Supersuckers
Episode 12 - Radio Sucks Radio Show
Another new episode already?? I know, it’s hard to believe but we just might be figuring out this whole podcasting thing and we’ve tried to cut back on the crack smoking in order to get some new material up for your ear holes. In this, our 12th episode, the Decibel Geek Podcast proudly presents the Radio Sucks Radio Show. No, we’re not talking about two boom boxes giving each other head (although that is a stimulating idea). Corporate radio sucks ass. We know that you agree. Why else would you be checking out podcasts? With that thinking, we decided that we’d ignore our non-existent Program Director and play songs that we think are cool. You’ll actually get to hear stuff that hasn’t been drilled into your head for the past 30 years on a repetitive basis in order to fill a payola scheme for the sake of freebies and concert tickets. This will become a regular feature on the Decibel Geek Podcast in the future; as long as we don’t get sued. We took pains to make sure that you hear the vast majority of these great songs but we are all about supporting the great artists that created this music.  If you hear something you dig on the show, check out the links on the Decibel Geek website to purchase music from the artist so they know they are appreciated. Aside from the great music being played in this episode, Chris Czynszak & Aaron Camaro touch on some recent rock topics such as Anthrax’s Joey Belladonna being tackled by security at his own show and Aaron’s priceless reaction to being forced to check out the Lulu album by Metallica & Lou Reed. We don’t wanna spoil the surprise of what you’ll hear so all we’ll share is that you’ll hear tracks by Anthrax, Metallica, Wednesday 13, Killer Dwarfs, KISS, Skid Row, Motley Crue, & Double Virgo. And we’re NOT talking about the singles you’ve heard on corporate radio! So, kick back and get ready to crank some great rock and metal as Decibel Geek Podcast presents the Radio Sucks Radio Show!
Episode 77 - The Other Sabbath
This week's episode was a long time coming as it's the result of a suggestion by one of our faithful listeners over a year ago.  Dissecting and discussing the non Ozzy/Dio era of Black Sabbath was no easy task for Aaron and Chris as, quite honestly, it's a grouping of albums and songs that mostly went overlooked by them during their younger years.  Joining them to discuss this lost period for the forefathers of heavy metal is Rob Kern from the From Out of Nowhere podcast. Rob is a self-proclaimed fanboy of the 1983 Born Again album and has strong feelings (positive and negative) about all of the material released after it by Tony Iommi & co. Going in chronological order, we begin with the aforementioned Born Again album from 1983. The only Black Sabbath album to feature former Deep Purple single Ian Gillan, this album was widely panned by critics but has become a cult favorite over the years. Opinions differ drastically among the hosts as they share facts about the controversial album cover, the over-the-top vocals from Gillan, and how the tour for the album factored into a major plot point for This is Spinal Tap. Rob's choice track from this album is Zero the Hero; a popular one among many fans of this album. 1986 saw Tony Iommi itching to go solo but the material he was crafting was forced to bear the Sabbath moniker due to pressures from Warner Brothers Records. Billed as Black Sabbath featuring Tony Iommi, Seventh Star sported a much more commercial sound as well as new vocalist Glenn Hughes.  The only track that partially broke through the public consciousness was 'No Stranger to Love' due to it's appearance on MTV. Rob's choice of album opener 'In for the Kill' is the closest thing that old-school Sabbath fans could sink their teeth in. Following the recording of Seventh Star, a crazy amount of personnel issues crept up with band members playing musical chairs and issues on tour forcing Hughes out of the band and a short stint with future Badlands singer Ray Gillen. Enter Tony Martin. Tony Martin brought his full-throated voice to Black Sabbath for 1987's The Eternal Idol. Your hosts share some interesting stories about Gillen's exit, Eric Singer's short tenure, and a strange story about the making of the album cover.  While not a retro-sounding tune, Aaron's choice of 'Glory Ride' is definitely one of the brighter spots on an otherwise forgotten album. Black Sabbath closed out the 1980's with Headless Cross. The album has been praised by Iommi; no small feat considering his dismissal of most material from these years.  When we solicited suggestions of some of our listeners favorite material from this era, the title track from this album came up quite often; necessitating a quick spin of the song.  The 1990's began on a strange note for Black Sabbath as they released the pseudo-concept album TYR.  Featuring a number of songs relating to Norse mythology, the album has been bashed by many critics and largely ignored by fans. Chris makes a case for some redeeming qualities on the album as he spins the track 'Valhalla' featuring a huge guitar riff.  1994's Cross Purposes featured some stronger songwriting for the band; some would say from a guitar legend. It's been rumored that the track 'Evil Eye' was originally written by Eddie Van Halen but his appearance was scrapped due to record company politics and re-recorded by Iommi. It remains to be cleared up.  One thing that is clear is the strength of Aaron's choice of 'Cardinal Sin' as a track to show off the album's highlights. We finish things off with 1995's Forbidden album. Produced by Ernie C. and featuring an appearance by rapper Ice-T on 'The Illusion of Power,' Forbidden is an album released at a strange time for a veteran band that had been through a lot.  Some lively discussion of this album includes Rob's take on how comical the album cover appears; especially if you substitute flowers for a scythe.  These Black Sabbath albums will never sit comfortably alongside Paranoid, Sabotage, or Mob Rules; but that doesn't mean they should be ignored. We hope that we shed a little light on what the band went through during these lean years when the vast majority of the music-buying public ignored them. If you dug some of what you heard on this week's show..... Buy Music! Black Sabbath Amazon Store Contact Us!   Rate, Review, and Subscribe in iTunes Join the Fan Page Follow on Twitter E-mail Us Comment Below Direct Download
Albums Unleashed Poison Look What the Cat Dragged In with Rikki Rockett - Ep276
Rikki Rockett joins the guys this week for Albums Unleashed Poison Look What the Cat Dragged In. In this long-form discussion, Rikki shares stories from the early days of Poison including the decision to move from Pennsylvania to Hollywood in the early 1980's. Also in the episode, Rikki talks about the departure of original guitarist Matt Smith and an audition process that would go down to a head to head battle between Slash and CC DeVille. In this Albums Unleashed Poison Look What the Cat Dragged In special, Rikki reflects on the recording process of the album. Producer Rick Browde was on board early for the sessions but things got tense quickly due to creative differences. In this episode, Rikki also discusses the struggle to survive in a Hollywood scene that was very unforgiving. Those struggles would be played out lyrically in some of the songs. While the album was recorded on a meager budget and on limited time, it would go on to spawn three big singles and sell 4 million copies worldwide. Albums Unleashed Poison Albums Unleashed Look What the Cat Dragged In also features a track-by-track breakdown of the album including song inspirations and production techniques used. It's an hour-plus of discussion about a remarkable album from a very transitional time in popular music. The Decibel Geek podcast would like to thank Sher Bach, Brandon Gibbs, Kenny Bailey, and the entire Devil City Angels team for their help in securing this interview. Be sure to check out Devil City Angels when they come to your town!  Before we get to the interview, Chris & Aaron give you the inside details of the upcoming Nashville Rock n Pod Expo. Taking place August 26, 2017, the expo will feature rock podcasters from all over North America, vinyl/memorabilia dealers, and rock celebrities and personalities mingling with fans. The event is being crowdfunded and we need YOU to help us make it happen. Go to the link below and contribute today to be eligible for early admission, specialty t-shirts, guest spots on podcasts, and much, much more! https://www.gofundme.com/rocknpodexpo We hope you enjoy Albums Unleashed Poison Look What the Cat Dragged In with Rikki Rockett and SHARE with a friend! Buy Music! Poison Rikki Rockett Devil City Angels Visit Our Sponsor! HK Collecitbles, Inc. (Specializing in hard to find music and movies as well as authenticated/graded entertainment and historical collectibles.) HK Collectibles , Inc. on Ebay Contact Us! Rate, Review, and Subscribe in iTunes Join the Facebook Fan Page Follow on Twitter Follow on Instagram E-mail Us Subscribe to our Youtube channel! Call us on the Hotline! (540) DBGeek - 1 or (540) 324-3351 Support Us! Shop through our Amazon link! Donate to the show! Stream Us! Stitcher Radio Spreaker TuneIn Become a VIP Subscriber! Click HERE for more info! Comment Below Direct Download
Radio Sucks Radio Show v30 - Ep282
DBG VIP and contributor to the upcoming Nashville Rock n Pod Expo Henning Mielke joins the guys from Germany for Radio Sucks Radio Show v30! In this 2-hour plus block of rock talk and music, Henning shares his story of growing up a rock and metal fan in Germany. Additionally, he also discusses his time working in Marketing for Warner Music; sharing some tales of working with some legendary artists. Radio Sucks Radio Show v30 Also included in Radio Sucks Radio Show v30, Henning shares 10 songs of his choosing to share with the Decibel Geek listeners. In this long-form episode, Henning shares some familiar artists as well as bands you may not know about. Artists spun this week include Farmikos, Kip Winger, Feeder, Karnivool, Leprous, Army of Anyone, Opeth, Winery Dogs, Saraya, and T&N. It's a fun talk with a great soundtrack. We hope you enjoy Radio Sucks Radio Show v30 and SHARE with a friend! Buy Music! Farmikos Kip Winger Feeder Karnivool Army of Anyone Saraya T&N Opeth Winery Dogs Leprous Buckethead (Interstitial Music) The Ataris (Intro Song) Visit Our Sponsor! HK Collecitbles, Inc. (Specializing in hard to find music and movies as well as authenticated/graded entertainment and historical collectibles.) HK Collectibles , Inc. on Ebay Contact Us! Rate, Review, and Subscribe in iTunes Join the Facebook Fan Page Follow on Twitter Follow on Instagram E-mail Us Subscribe to our Youtube channel! Call us on the Hotline! (540) DBGeek - 1 or (540) 324-3351 Support Us! Shop through our Amazon link! Donate to the show! Stream Us! Stitcher Radio Spreaker TuneIn Become a VIP Subscriber! Click HERE for more info! Comment Below Direct Download  
Goodbye KISS, Ace Frehley Spaceman Review, RATT, GNR, and More - New Noize v3 Ep336
We're bringing the news this week with New Noize v3! There are some big happenings going on in the rock and podcasting world. Notably, the Ear Peeler Podcast Kings Tournament. What started out with a 64 podcast field has come down to only four and Decibel Geek is one of them! The semifinals see us going up against the juggernaut of Rock & Metal Combat Podcast. While these guys are our friends, we want to win this thing and that's where YOU come in! Simply go to https://www.facebook.com/earpeeler/ and click on the Decibel Geek logo to submit your vote! Nothing to fill out, no spam. It's as simple as that and you'll be helping us go to the finals! New Noize v3 In recent rock news, KISS appeared on America's Got Talent and announced their upcoming End of the Road tour. Is this really farewell? Will past members of the band be invited? What do we think? You'll get our take in the episode. In other KISS-related news, Ace Frehley is set to launch his upcoming Spaceman album. Since we got an advance stream of the album, we're giving you a track-by-track review today. Does this album hold up to past work by Ace? We're letting you know! Other rock news discussed this week includes an inebriated Stephen Pearcy on stage as well as peace in the Guns n Roses camp! Also, what are the chances of an Axl/DC album? All of that and a bunch more for your listening pleasure with New Noize v3! We hope you enjoy and SHARE with a friend! Buy Music! Iron Maiden Contact Us! Rate, Review, and Subscribe in iTunes Join the Facebook Fan Page Follow on Twitter Follow on Instagram E-mail Us Subscribe to our Youtube channel! Support Us! Shop through our Amazon link! Donate to the show! Stream Us! Stitcher Radio Spreaker TuneIn Become a VIP Subscriber! Click HERE for more info! Comment Below Direct Download
Six Songs Ralph Viera Thinks You Should Hear
We're back this week with a humdinger of an episode that features Ralph Viera (aka Dr. Fukk) picking six songs he thinks you should hear! Ralph is a true renaissance man of rock metal. He hosts multiple live shows on That Metal Station and fronts multiple bands including Thrash or Die. Additionally, Ralph is well known in podcasting circles as the host of the Rock and Metal Combat Podcast. Each week Ralph and co-host Ian Wadley bring great knowledge and humor with an edge. We highly recommend it. [caption id="attachment_39318" align="alignright" width="350"] Ralph Viera [/caption] Equally interesting this week is our discussion at the top of the show of Vinnie Vincent. As we announced a couple months ago, Vinnie was confirmed and announced as a guest for the Nashville Rock n Pod Expo. A lot of work went into promoting his appearance and things were about to go into overdrive. However, things started changing over the past week and ultimately, Vinnie's appearance was cancelled. We share with you the story of what went down and our take on it. The Nashville invasion is now an aborted mission. Such a shame. The Nashville Rock n Pod Expo is moving forward and is expected to be a big success. Current/former members of KISS, Korn, Winger, ACCEPT, Joan Jett, Loudness, Bang Tango, Kik Tracee and more will be there. Additionally, producing legends Michael Wagener and Toby Wright are returning. More great guest and event announcements are coming soon. Get all of the info HERE and buy tickets HERE or donate to helping fund the expo HERE. All $10+ gofundme donors get access to exclusive audio from expo-related podcasts. We hope you enjoy Six Songs Ralph Viera Thinks You Should Hear and SHARE with a friend! Buy Music! Warrior Stranger Obsession Donnie Iris Blackthorne Sin Slaughter Contact Us! Rate, Review, and Subscribe in iTunes Join the Facebook Fan Page Follow on Twitter Follow on Instagram E-mail Us Subscribe to our Youtube channel! Support Us! Shop through our Amazon link! Donate to the show! Stream Us! Stitcher Radio Spreaker TuneIn Become a VIP Subscriber! Click HERE for more info! Comment Below Direct Download
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