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!
Motley Crue

Motley Crue return and blow-up their contract

In 2014, hard rock legends Motley Crue signed a contract which promised they would no longer perform live. This week, that contract was blown up….by Motley Crue themselves. This means Motley Crue is officially back in business. Check out the video below: Some believe the announcement is early due to The Black Crowes’ manager Mark Didia talking about it on ...

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as sirens fall 2019

As Sirens Fall premiere cinematic video for ‘We Go Down Together’

You may have caught rockers As Sirens Fall on tour with various bands over the past few years, and enjoyed their work. After a short hiatus, ASF are back with a cinematic video for their latest track ‘We Go Down Together’. Check it out below: The video features a Bonnie and Clyde style couple on the run. Frontman Mikey Lord, ...

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Judas Priest

Bloodstock 2020: Judas Priest and Behemoth announced as headline acts

Yes! You read that correctly! The final headliners for Bloodstock Open Air 2020 have been announced as heavy metal pioneers Judas Priest, and modern metal maestros Behemoth. 2020 marks 20 years for Bloodstock as a festival, and 50 years for Judas Priest as a band.  Frontman Rob Halford had this special message for fans (see video below): So Priest are ...

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The Young Knives are back with new track ‘Red Cherries’

Indie-rockers The Young Knives have returned after a four-year hiatus. This time with a track entitled ‘Red Cherries’ . Check out the video below. Being the most experimental track to date, vocalist and bassist, Tom Dartnall (aka ‘The House Of Lords’) had this to say: “It is a lament to something all used up. The song is a simple melody set ...

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Check out Patrick Stump team-up with MAN WITH A MISSION in new track ’86 Missed Calls’

If you read our Download Festival review this year, you will know how impressed we were with Japanese rockers MAN WITH A MISSION. And if you are reading this, you will also be aware of how awesome Fall Out Boy are. Now MWAM has collaborated with Fall Out Boy front-man Patrick Stump on new track ‘86 New Calls’. Check out ...

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Amaranthe sign to Nuclear Blast

Swedish/Danish modern metal six-piece Amaranthe have signed to Nuclear Blast. Amaranthe are currently working on their sixth album. Guitarist and keyboard player, Olof Mörck, had this to say: “It feels amazing to unveil our cooperation with the giants at Nuclear Blast! Ever since we held our shiny new Nuclear Blast CD’s in our teenage hands back in the mid-90’s, they ...

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Bloodstock 2020

Bloodstock 2020: Phil H. Anselmo and more added to line-up

2019 seems to be flying by, best thing about that is that the 2020 festival season is getting closer. Best way to get hyped for one of our favourites is by announcing more bands. Oh, wait Bloodstock Open Air have announced four huge names for the Ronnie James Dio stage. More below. This includes legendary metal frontman Phil H. Anselmo ...

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InMe: “We are now like an evolved Pokemon or a modified T-800 from The Terminator” Interview.

It’s safe to say InMe have a passionate following. Going by their recent tour and newly released material – it’s easy to see why.  Ahead of the release of their new album , Jumpstart Hope, we caught up with bassist Greg McPherson to talk about the band’s long lasting appeal, new material and the music industry in 2019. First of ...

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InMe treat Newcastle to an epic set of deep cuts

Venue: The Cluny, Newcastle Looking back I’m not sure if InMe were in the right place at the right time, or the right place at the wrong time…or the other way around. I’m not too clear on why this band aren’t as celebrated as their contemporaries. With a new take on the alt-rock/post-grunge style and great musicianship to boot InMe ...

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Download 2020: KISS, Maiden and SOAD and many more announced

Doesn’t seem like last week since we left the hallowed ground of Castle Donington for the year’s Download, but we are already hyped for the 2020 festival already. 12, count them, 12 bands have already been announced this week, including headliners. Bands announced are: Friday headliners, glam-metal icons KISS – for their LAST EVER UK performance… Donington legends and heavy ...

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