Author Archives: Neale McGeever

Contributing Editor - 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 ...beer!

Video Of The Week: Black Stone Cherry travel back in time for ‘Bad Habit’

Remember 1988? Well, some of you might not have been born – but  Black Stone Cherry have revisited the ’88 Battle Of The Bands in the new video for ‘Bad Habit’. Check it out below: ‘Bad Habit’ is taken from their forthcoming sixth studio album Family Tree. The album will be released this Friday (April 20th) via Mascot Records/ Mascot ...

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Ghost reveal more details on fourth sacred psalm ‘Prequelle’

After the first play of the new track ‘Rats’ and reveal of their ‘new vocalist’ Cardinal Copia,  more information on Ghost’s fourth ‘sacred psalm’ (studio album) has emerged. As well as a video for the new track. The new album will be called Prequelle and will be released on June 1st via Spinefarm / Loma Vista. The artwork for the album ...

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Ghost serve new track ‘Rats’ to the masses

Earlier today spooky Swedish rockers Ghost premiered their latest track ‘Rats’ on Sirius XM Octane. This is the first new material since their Popestar EP in 2016. As this is the internet, the track is now everywhere: As you can tell, this is a natural progression for the band and will bring a more ‘heavy metal’ or prog influenced sound ...

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10 Times Rock and Metal Met Wrestling

If you watched Wrestlemania, NXT Takeover, ROH Supercard of Hour, or any other wrestling event over the weekend you may have picked up a ‘rock n roll’ or party vibe to it, this is nothing new. Rock and wrestlling have went hand-in-hand for decades. Records of the world of professional wrestling mixing with the music industry goes as far back ...

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Sumo Cyco undefeated as most exciting band in rock on UK tour

Venue: Think Tank? Newcastle. Support: Skarlett Riot Yeah, I know what you are thinking. We have covered Sumo Cyco live many, many times. We have also said good things about them many times. So are they just as good as the many times before .. tonight? I’ll not draw this out or pretend it’s some secret: This is the best ...

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Bloodstock adds Cannibal Corpse and many more to 2018 line-up

With only 21 weeks to go, the Bloodstock 2018 line-up is getting better and better. The latest announcement is testament to this as death metal icons Cannibal Corpse have been added as Saturday’s special guests on the Ronnie James Dio Stage. Check out their track ‘Code Of The Slashers’ below: Where as Friday’s special guests on the Sophie Lancaster Stage ...

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The Dead XIII

The Dead XIII unleash video for ‘Dark Days’

Following the success of their second album, Manchester horror-metallers The Dead XIII reveal the video for the title track -‘Dark Days’. In true Dead XIII style, the  video is dark and foreboding, portraying the struggles we can all face while trying to find our own way through life. Check it out below: he Dead XIII had this to say: “Dark ...

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Video Of The Week: The Rocket Dolls ‘DeaDHeaD’

Everyone at RAMzine can’t believe it’s deep in to March already. We promised to bring you the best new music and, God dammit, we need to keep that promise to you all. May I introduce grunge-trio, hailing from Brighton, The Rocket Dolls. And this week’s Video Of The Week is for their single ‘DeaDHeaD’, taken from the album of the ...

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Fred Durst casts John Travolta as a stalker in biographical movie ‘Moose’

No, April Fool’s Day hasn’t come early. What you just read is true. Fred Durst (yes as in Limp Bizkit frontman Fred Durst) has cast Hollywood legend John Travolta as a creepy stalker in his new feature film ‘Moose’ which is based on the Limp Bizkit man’s own experiences. Durst is directing the movie as we speak, which is centured ...

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Rainbow reveal first new track in 22 years ‘Waiting For A Sign’

In 2017 legendary gutiarist Ritchie Blackmore made one of the least expected moves of his career. No, he didn’t teach a giraffe to ride a unicycle…I don’t know if anyone has done that before. What I meant was: he reformed rock icons Rainbow, placing himself back on lead guitar duties. After a few live dates and sub-sequential live blu-ray, fans ...

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