Author Archives: David Lamb

AUDREY HORNE REVEALS FURTHER DETAILS ON BRAND NEW ALBUM

Audrey Horne has told fans that their new album, Youngblood, is scheduled for release in late January / early February 2013. They will also be hitting up a slew of festivals and undertaking a European tour – no UK dates are announced yet, but fingers crossed that they’ll make it over by the end of the summer. Lead singer Toschie stated that: “We are truly lookin’ forward ...

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EX DEO CONFIRMED FOR BLOODSTOCK 2013

Bloodstock have just unveiled yet another huge band for their line-up this coming year. Not content with just playing Bloodstock in his band Kataklysm, Maurizio Iacono also brings his Roman-themed supergroup, EX DEO to the festival.  The band features members of Martyr, Blackguard and his other Kataklysm cohorts.  Bloodstock 2013 will be held in Catton Park, Derbyshire on August 8th to ...

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LOWER THAN ATLANTIS DROP CHRISTMAS VIDEO

As it’s now December, it’s now officially Christmas! Cheer and merriment is now inescapable and with that being said, as a smattering of snow hits the south of England, we find ourselves in a festive enough mood to share this video. Pioneering British rock band Lower Than Atlantis  have made themselves a rather catchy Christmas tune, Merry Christmas (Wherever You Are), which ...

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JIMMY EAT WORLD ANNOUNCE FINAL TOUCHES TO NEW ALBUM

Jimmy Eat World have announced through twitter that they have entered the mastering stages of their so far untitled new album. The band tweeted: “Our new album is completely mixed. We think it sounds fantastic. Now on to mastering.” The first independent effort from the band, the album boasts a pretty tiny personnel list, as the official twitter again proudly pointed out: “The total number of music ...

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NERVOSA UNVEIL NEW DRUMMER

Portuguese  metal band Nervosa have announced the departure of their drummer, Fernanda Terra. Terra has left the band due to “personal reasons and incompatibility of ideas”.  She has been replaced by Jully Lee. Despite this setback, the band will still be hitting the studio in January 2013, and are due to release their next album later in the year.

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Powerwolf are soon to enter the studio!

Power-Metal band Powerwolf are to enter the studio in six weeks, as the band sent out a message to assure fans that work on their next album was still underway: “It´s been mysteriously silent in the wolves´camp during the last few months. The reason for that is the best possible one: We have been more than busy writing the follow ...

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Serenity teaming up with Visions Of Atlantis for Tour

Austrian Symphonic Metal fans unite! Serenity and Visions of Atlantis will be touring together across Europe. English readers will be happy to see a London date has been set for the 25th of March, at a soon to be disclosed location… This is their only UK date on the tour! 25.03.13 UK – London, TBA

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HRH Prog Festival Announces Final Line Up!

Have you heard about HRH’s PROG festival? Because it sounds brilliantly mad. Taking place in the MAGNA Science and Adventure center in Rotherham on April the 6th and 7th 2013, the festival has zones based on Fire, Earth, Water, Steel and Wind. Oh, and they’ve got an absolutely massive amount of bands coming to play, as seen below. It’s like Doctor Who crossed with a ...

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Interview with Whitfield Crane of Ugly Kid Joe

Ugly Kid Joe are a rock band that formed in California in 1990. Breaking up in 1997, the band reformed in 2010 and have been touring extensively, as releasing a new EP Stairway To Hell. RAMzine sat down to speak with their lead vocalist, Whitfield Crane. Team RAM: Stairway to Hell was released a few months ago, what’s the reaction been ...

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Green Day ‘¡Uno!’ Album Review

Ah, Green Day. What a wonderfully divisive little band. Are you a fan of Dookie, or did you enjoy American Idiot? Arguments over what is better will continue to rage over Internet forums, and their newest release will only add fuel to the fire. On the face of it, ¡Uno! is a return to more irrelevant, less preachy days. On ...

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