Author Archives: Neale McGeever

RAMzine Senior Contributor - I'm an entertainment writer ('journalist') from the North East. My favourite bands include Slipknot, Nirvana and Ninja Sex Party... I've freelanced for the likes of Kerrang!,Closer, Front, ZOO, and many others! I'm also big in to movies, video games, live comedy and!
Bloodstock 2020

Bloodstock 2020: Position clarified and more bands added to the line-up

In such uncertain times, it’s great to hear that Bloodstock Open Air Festival is going ahead as planned – with full care and attention. Closely monitoring government guidelines and co-operating with the relevant authorities to assure the best and safest environment for fans, bands, staff, and site workers to celebrate Bloodstock in its 20th anniversary. We all hope things will be ...

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Jim Davies “This feels like my first proper album” – Interview with former The Prodigy and Pitchshifter guitarist

At first, you might not know the name, but if you have listened to chart-topping hits from The Prodigy, seen Pitchshifter live, or even heard some background music on Sky TV,  you will have heard the music of one Jim Davies. The technical guitarist is now releasing a solo album entitled Headwars. Written and produced by Davies, and including guest ...

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Evil Scarecrow

Evil Scarecrow says goodbye to Brother Pain and Princess Luxury

These are strange times indeed, and one band who have been part of the fabric of the British metal scene, Evil Scarecrow, are experiencing some line-up changes. Long-serving members Brother Pain and Princess Luxury have decided to leave the band due to real-life commitments. Ruddy real-life eh? The video below explains the departures: As Dr.Hell explained, there is new material ...

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Wednesday 13 shares lyric video for ‘Hearse’

The Duke of Spook, Wednesday 13 has released a lyric video for the track ‘Hearse’, latest single taken from his current album Necrophaze. Check out the video below: Wednesday 13 had this to say about the track: The heaviest track on the record, and maybe the heaviest track of my musical career…‘The Hearse’ is a beast, with the double kick ...

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HAVOK unleash video for ‘Post-Truth Era’

Modern thrash metallers HAVOK continue the roll of bangers with their new track ‘Post-Truth Era’. Check out the lyric video below: This is the opening track of the Colorado-based band’s new album V. The album will be released on May 1st via Century Media. Guitarist/ vocalist David Sanchez had this to say: “’Post-Truth Era’ is debuting at a very ...

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Bowling For Soup cover The Eagles’ ‘Already Gone’.

Anyone who knows anything about punk-pop icons Bowling For Soup, knows they always take care of their fans. This cover of The Eagles classic, ‘Already Gone’, is no different. This celebrates 25 years of BFS being a band. You can stream the track via Spotify here. Jaret Reddick explains the choice of cover: “I learned to sing in the back ...

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Jim Davies teams up with Tut Tut Child for new track ‘Trigger Finger’.

Former Prodigy and Pitchshifter guitarist, Jim Davies, has teamed up with electronic artist Tut Tut Child for the next track off his forthcoming solo album – Headwars. Check out the video for the track entitled ‘Trigger Finger’ below: Davies had this to say about the track: “I’ve been working with Tut Tut Child for several years now. Before I knew ...

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Jinjer release live video for ‘Pit Of Consciousness’

While a lot of bands have had to cancel or postpone gigs and festival appearances, a lot of bands are releasing live feeds or footage to the masses. Ukrainian modern metallers Jinjer are no different releasing a live version of ‘Pit Of Consciousness’. Check out the video below: This comes from their show in Kiev, recorded in 2019. This track ...

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Call Of The Wild Festival postponed until September

Following the sad news other festivals are cancelled or postponed: Call Of The Wild is postponed until September. The festival will now take place 18-20th of September, on the same site, still with three stages and camping facilities. A statement released today explains the wise decision: So, in the last few weeks, we’ve acted quickly to secure the venue, all ...

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Bloodywood fund animal ambulance and release ballad ‘Yaad’

There’s a special bond between people and their four-legged friends, and we would do anything to protect them. Indian street-metal stars have immortalised this bond in their new track ‘Yaad’. Check out the video below: ‘Yaad’ is Hindi for ‘remember’ or ‘in memory’ and is written about the loss of a loved one, inspired by the death of guitarist Karan ...

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