Welcome to the Decibel Boost Podcast album roundup for the month of September 2019. We’re now 3/4ths of the way through 2019, and the year is still cranking out some interesting releases and projects to discuss. First off, Alex explores a variety of projects including a first-time listen to Lindsey Stirling, the newest project from Korn, and even takes a tangent into Metallica’s recent S&M 2 concert performance. Next: Mark praises the much-anticipated new releases from IDK and JPEGMAFIA, the recent Steven Universe movie soundtrack, and even has some positive words on the new Sturgill Simpson project. Finally: Robert digs into a bevy of heavy and frenetic new releases from the likes of Infant Annihilator, Exhorder, Car Bomb, SeeYouSpaceCowboy…, the much anticipated comeback of The Number Twelve Looks Like You, and several others.
Your hosts this month are Robert (@RobBarracuda), Alex (@AuraOfAzure), and Mark (@MAK2HybridMedia). Subscribe to the podcast on iTunes and Google Play Music.
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Spotify playlist of albums discussed this month:
1:42 – What exactly came out in September 2019
5:01 – Alex’s September highlights/lowlights (Lindsey Stirling, Korn, Given soundtrack EP, Opeth, Metallica’s S&M2, etc.)
22:20 – Mark’s September highlights/lowlights (DaBaby, JPEGMAFIA, Iglooghost, Steven Universe: The Movie soundtrack, Sturgill Simpson, IDK, etc.)
57:44 – Robert’s September Highlights/lowlights (Chelsea Wolfe, Cult of Luna, SeeYouSpaceCowboy…, Exhorder, Infant Annihilator, The Number Twelve Looks Like You, Car Bomb, Travis Benson, Kayo Dot, Post Malone, etc.)
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