Author Archives: Victoria Purcell

Editor of RAMzine - Creator of content - Chaser of Dreams. Lover of Cats, Metal, and good ol Classic Rock. \m/

DAVE LOMVARDO Talks To Prog-Sphere.com About New Projects, Influences, Slayer and More

Nikola Savić of Prog-Sphere.com has recently conducted an interview with legendary drummer Dave Lombardo (Philm, Fantomas, Grip Inc., ex-Slayer). Few excerpts from the interview can be read below. The new Philm album is completed and ready for release. Compared to the debut Harmonic, where do the new songs stand? From the song that has been premiered in Bill Ward’s “Rock ...

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Introducing: Foundry

Andy Slade (ex Gravil, Collapse, and Echovirus guitarist) has released new EP ‘Machine City’ under the name of Foundry. The EP has been put together by Slade completely on his own – a one-man band. If you want to hear something new and different in the form of dark melodic metal then the talented Mr Slade provides you with just ...

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ARCHITECTS release ‘Broken Cross’ video

Last week ARCHITECTS released the first video from their brand new album ‘Lost Forever, Lost Together’.  The video for ‘Broken Cross’ (below) features the band displaying amazingly brutal lyrics, sound, and overall proficiency. The new album is set for release March 10th via Epitaph. The album is said to deepen the bands blend of brutal, thundering metal and melody-spiked hardcore with ...

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Boy Jumps Ship release new video for track ‘Better Days’

Boy Jumps Ship are a four piece Rock band from Newcastle. They have just released a brand new video for their new single ‘Better Days’. From a RAMzine point of view we would describe this band as easy listening pop-rock with attitude. The clean vocals, rock guitars, and polished sound puts them a step above the rest in the current scene. They may ...

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NEWSTED new video ‘…As The Crow Flies’

‘As The Crow Flies’ is taken from the debut Newsted album, ‘Heavy Metal Music’, out now on Spinefarm Records. The ex Metallica bassist Jason has defiantly proved himself an excellent vocalist. This track is catchy, its got a killer heavy groove!

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Behind-The-Scenes: LAMB OF GOD’s “As The Palaces Burn”

Metal Injection has released a film from Lamb Of Gods recent premier of their new documentary film ‘As The Palace Burn’. The Metal Injection crew attended the show and got an exclusive insider’s look at the premiere and fan meet and greet. They have posted their official video coverage of the event, which includes exclusive interviews with Chris Adler, director ...

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Ziggy Stardust’s ripped shirt in major exhibition

A major new exhibition of music memorabilia will take place in honour of the historic British music venue Aylesbury Friars from Monday March 1st. Friars’ most memorable night took place on January 29th 1972, when David Bowie chose the venue to perform as Ziggy Stardust for the very first time. A section of Stardust’s satin sequined shirt, which was ripped-off ...

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Hammerfest VI ‘Book of The Dead’ Preview

Hammerfest is a festival that sells out year-on-year. It’s held at the home of Hard Rock Hell – Hafan y Mor Holiday Park, Pwllheli, Wales. This isn’t your standard Rock Festival for at this festival you don’t stay in a tent, but in a warm caravan or chalet with showers, kitchens, and very comfortable beds. This adds to comfort of ...

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UK’s Largest LEGO® exhibition comes to The O2

Undoubtedly the best and most enduring toy on the planet, LEGO®  has sparked creativity and delight in both young and old since it was first manufactured in Denmark in 1949. After an amazing two years in Manchester, The LEGO® Show is moving to London in May with its biggest show ever. The LEGO® Show will be at The O2 in Greenwich from the 9th – 11th May 2014.The 3 day show will ...

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The Rise And The Fall Of The Clash

The Clash were an English punk rock band that formed in 1976 as part of the original wave of British punk. The band are as important to that scene as the Sex Pistols or The Ramones.  Along with punk, their music incorporated elements of reggae, dub, funk, and rockabilly topped with super hook lines and the necessary aggression. During their ...

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