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42 Decibel

From: Argentina
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Below is our complete 42 Decibel news coverage, including columns and articles pertaining to the band. Some articles listed may be indirectly related, such as side projects of the band members, etc.

42 Decibel Is About To Get "Overloaded"

With the impressive debut album "Hard Rock 'n' Roll" (2013), the follow up "Rolling In Town" (2015), and fresh from the first European tour in 2016, 42 Decibel is making a comeback with the latest album, "Overloaded," which will be released by Steamhammer/SPV on June 23rd. A video clip for the new single "Dangerous Mess" can be seen below.

42 Decibel has recorded ten new rock tracks inspired by the idea of pushing a piece of equipment to its limits. The band recorded and mixed with this in mind, so most of the equipment used in the recording was pushed to its limits; VU meters hitting the red zone, red lights flashing resulting in various types of distortion. Overloaded still carries the Blues Rock torch from the previous albums, but this time 42 Decibel cranked it up a notch to give a more explosive experience but with that same Hard Rock n Roll these boys are known for.

With "Overloaded," 42 Decibel resolutely follow the course set out on in early 2010 with the first 7-track demo and went straight on to put into serial production with the debut "Hard Rock 'n' Roll." The current line-up with Junior Figueroa, Nicko Cambiasso, Billy Bob and Matt Fraga, is bursting with energy and thirst for action, and - with the exception of the final mastering of the album, for which the band members once more enlisted the services of Justin Weis - took on the entire spectrum of tasks involved in a dynamic studio production themselves.

The track listing for "Overloaded" is:

1. Whiskey Joint 3:07
2. Dangerous Mess 3:22
3. Brawler 3:42
4. Roadkiller 3:46
5. Hot Shot 3:03
6. Half Face Dead 2:39
7. Lost Case 4:37
8. Cause Damage 4:09
9. Double Itch Blues 6:55
10. Cannon Fodder 4:44 More...

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42 Decibel Posts New Video

42 Decibel just released a new video for the song "Midnight Teaser (Evil Woman)" taken from the upcoming album "Rolling In Town."

The band knows only one religion, and that religion is rock´n`roll! Worship with new album "Rolling In Town," which will be released on SPV/Steamhammer on October 2 in North America. The track listing is:

1. Cant Keep Control
2. Short Fused
3. Rude And fast
4. Drop Of Booze
5. Burning Down The Road
6. Eye Of The Hawk
7. Down The Hatch
8. Midnight Teaser (Evil Woman)
9. Cold Steel Rider
10. Smooth Talker More...

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42 Decibel Is "Rolling In Town" With New LP

With the impressive debut album "Hard Rock 'n' Roll" (2013), sweating from every pore the shimmering heat of South American megacities and stylistically influenced by legends such as AC/DC, Rose Tattoo, Led Zeppelin, ZZ Top or Creedence Clearwater Revival, 42 Decibel caused a sensation for the first time two years ago.

42 Decibel knows only one religion: traditional rock 'n' roll guaranteed to make even the hardest men’s muscles turn to jelly mash! Now on their second album "Rolling In Town," the band from Argentina makes no secret of the fact that nothing but audiophilic wholefood is going to be served here.

"Rolling In Town" will be released by Steamhammer/SPV as CD, vinyl and download on September 18th (EU) and October 2nd (USA) via Steamhammer/SPV Records.

More information on the album is expected soon. More...

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The Rockstar Ramblings: Tribute

This week an eclectic group of videos featuring bad ass women, potential kidnappings and answering the question no one asked: Why do escalators move so slow?

Axel Rudi Pell has released a new video for the song "Long Way To Go," taken from the guitarist's latest album "Into The Storm." The video starts like an indie movie, a boring indie movie. We see city like scenes and then an escalator. Is the escalator a metaphor for life and the “long way to go?” Maybe it just means some escalators are way to slow and this song is about how long it takes. If so, I understand…

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42 Decibel Posts New Music Video

42 Decibel released a new video for the song "Rocker Soul," taken from debut album "Hard Rock N´Roll." The video can be seen below. The album's full track listing is as follows:

1. Scotch Drinker 6:17
2. Smokin' Fire 2:57
3. Long Legged Woman 5:41
4. The Real Deal 5:00
5. Take Me 6:53
6. I`m Gonna Give You All 5:48
7. Drinkin' Margaritas 5:25
8. Addicted To Rage 5:09
9. Born To Ride Alone 3:43
10. Rocker Soul 4:18
11. Drunk Love 5:04 (Bonus Track)
12. Gimme A Drink 3:28 (Bonus Track) More...

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