All you headbangers out there who have ignored veteran Texas boogie outfit ZZ TOP ... time for a lesson in the blues, southern style. Join The Mighty Decibel as we complete a discography review of one of southern rock's best bands. From ZZ Top's First Album to La Futura, we'll provide critical analysis and a snippet of a track from each of the bearded (and non-Beard-ed) ones fifteen (!) albums. Put on that Stetson hat and wrench on those cowboy boots, it's time to dust that b
Join The Mighty Decibel as we name and listen to snippets of our fave albums of the month across four categories: extreme metal (death, black and thrash), doom metal, hardcore punk and hard'n'heavy. Horns high!! VIDEO AUDIO Extreme Metal WOLFBASTARD - Hammer The Bastards https://clobberrecords.bandcamp.com/track/hammer-the-bastards NOCTURNAL GRAVES - An Outlaw's Stand https://nocturnalgravessom.bandcamp.com/album/an-outlaws-stand DEATHCULT - Of Soil Unearthed https://invictus
Okay, you can stop snickering. Yeah, REO Speedwagon in the 80s was pablum rock, radio at the time playing the trite ballads over and over again until you were forced to throw your transistor against the wall. However, in the 70s REO Speedwagon was a hard rock'n'roll, hard touring band ... with an A-lister guitarist (Gary Richrath) in tow. Really! Don't believe me? Take a listen to this ... AUDIO VIDEO Side One R.E.O Speedwagon (1971) (0:00) 157 Riverside Avenue R.E.O./T.W.O.
Our 'New & Upcoming Releases' podcast series introduces new underground releases to our listeners. This episode we focus solely on extreme metal releases issued in January 2022. Let the mayhem begin! AUDIO VIDEO (0:00) "Doxology and Putrescence" DEATHCULT - Of Soil Unearthed https://www.facebook.com/DeathMetalCult (4:52) "The Carnal Temples" AEGRUS - The Carnal Temples https://www.facebook.com/Aegrusofficial/ (11:07) "Metal of Death" ABYSSUS - Death Revival https://www.facebo
Welcome to another of our Albums By The Decade series where this episode we'll be reviewing the work of Scottish legends, Nazareth!! Robert Lawson (author of Razama-Snaz! The Listener's Guide To Nazareth) joins us as take a deep dive into the best and worst albums of the band's discography by each decade. Robert Lawson email address: firstname.lastname@example.org AUDIO VIDEO
Join The Mighty Decibel as we witness highlights from the 2017 Rock Hard Festival. From thrash (Exodus), to doom (Candlemass), to death/doom (Asphyx) ... and more, you'll find it all here. Horns high!!!
All you headbangers out there who have ignored veteran Texas boogie outfit ZZ TOP ... time for a lesson in the blues, southern style. Okay all you beer drinker and hell raisers, put on that Stetson hat and wrench on those cowboy boots, it's time to dust that broom!!! AUDIO VIDEO Side One ZZ Top's First Album (1971) (0:00) Brown Sugar (5:22) (Somebody Else Has Been) Shaking Your Tree Rio Grande Mud (1972) (7:54) Francine (10:26) Just Got Paid Tres Hombres (1973) (14:04) Beer D
Our Hard'N'Heavy series of podcasts focuses on new traditional metal and hard rock releases ... along with the odd hard rock'n'roll and melodic punk outing. Basically anything that doesn't fit on our Extreme Metal, Hardcore Punk or Doom series! This edition we focus on December 2021 and January 2022 releases. Horns up! AUDIO VIDEO (00:00) "Ritual" MAULE - Maule https://maule.bandcamp.com/album/maule (04:17) "Alright Brutus I'm On" DIAMOND DOGS - Slap Bang Blue Rendezvous http
You're to be deserted on an island and only have time to take ten folk metal albums with you. Which ones would you take? The Mighty Decibel discusses which ones we'd take and provides snippets of tracks to clarify why they made the cut. Folk on!!! AUDIO VIDEO (some geographical limitations)
Release date: November 26, 2021 Written by Jeff Tighe Gods of Tomorrow is the 11th studio album from Victory (and their first in 10 years). Victory are the creation of former Accept guitarist Herman Frank, and having released their first album in 1985, they are certainly veterans of the hard rock and heavy metal genres. And that experience is on display throughout this 14 song, 54 minute effort. The band switch seamlessly between driving hard rock, riffing heavy metal and t