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Danny Vaughn

Tyketto’s frontman Danny Vaughn “If we are not enjoying it, we are not doing it”

As their second album Strength In Numbers in now turning 25, Tyketto are celebrating the event with a UK tour which, judging by the ticket sales, has turned out to be very successful for the band. Tyketto has built up a great following over the years and these guys have managed to bring their melodic rock on some of the most prestigious stages ...

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Hands Off Gretel “[Music] saved me in many ways and I’d love to do that for someone else”

Yorkshire alt-rockers Hands Off Gretel (HOG) are in a sweet spot right now. Their album has just been released with a bit of help from their expanding fanbase, they have many festival appearances booked and this is just the beginning. We talked to HOG about their new album, their style and why they released their latest album on cassette… RAMzine: ...

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The End Of The Ocean

The End Of The Ocean “We communicate dichotomous elements of melancholy, hope, and the strangest feeling of nostalgia”

Ohioan instrumental post-rockers The End Of The Ocean have returned with a their first full length album in seven years. So, as you can already tell, the anticipation for -aire amongst the band’s very patient fanbase has been pretty high to say the least. Though their 2011 debut Pacific· Atlantic was an empathetic journey that hit the heart without saying a word, there was ...

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Stone Broken

Stone Broken’s Home Tour supported by Those Damn Crows and Dead Man’s Whiskey

With barely time to recharge camera batteries since the last gig at the O2 Islington, we found ourselves back in the venue for yet another impressive line-up of a completely different style to our last technical death metal adventure. Much like the last, it was set to be a packed out, entertaining show of the highest calibre and the pressure ...

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Godsmack

Godsmack Live In Manchester “We are going to play until we get kicked out” – Supported by Like A Storm

American hard rock legends Godsmack have arrived In the UK as part of their European tour. This was originally planned for autumn 2018 but due to personal reasons they had to postponed it. Now they’re back in full swing with a three day stop in the UK before venturing into Europe. We’re absolutely god-smacked that people still haven’t heard of this ...

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Black Peaks

Interview with Black Peaks “This year is about getting out there”

Following the release of their exceptional second album All That Divides, Black Peaks ventured across the UK on a short headline run of dates with support from Phoxjaw. Having just finished their run supporting Enter Shikari. We caught up with front man Will at Reading University Students’ Union. RAMzine: So, firstly, how do you describe the sound of Black Peaks? Will: Heavy, Progressive, Hardcore, Post-Rock, ...

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Decapitated

Decapitated kill the cult at the O2 Islington

It may well feel forever ago that Decapitated unleashed onto the World their monster of a release, Anticult, but with a thirst and new energy after the challenges that they have battled through, they have finally regrouped and brought the tour the album deserved to justice. It seems no matter how well you plan, things are never always in your ...

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Pop Evil

Pop Evil on their new self-titled album ‘It feels like it’s our first record really’

American rockers Pop Evil have delighted their fans in Europe and in the UK with a well awaited headline tour. After releasing their self-titled album last year these guys have been on the road non-stop. In 2018 they were also part of an epic bill which saw them supporting Cheap Trick and Poison whilst promoting their new exhilarating songs. ‘Waking ...

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The Fallen State

The Fallen State about their forthcoming album ‘We are really proud of it. We can’t wait for people to hear it’

Their new single ‘American Made’ is set to be released on March 8th and their brand new album A Deadset Endeavour will soon follow. The Fallen State have gained even more success thanks to their super hit ‘Nova’ and after supporting huge acts such as Black Stone Cherry, Halestorm, Tremonti and 3 Doors Down to name a few. As if that ...

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Good Charlotte

A career-spanning performance from Good Charlotte at London’s Alexandra Palace

For the last date on their Generation RX European tour, Good Charlotte go big. At London’s 10,000 capacity Alexandra Palace, this is one of their biggest UK shows to date. No pressure there, eh? A solid support bill is in place for the evening, a welcoming bill of four distinctly different rock acts. In particular, Boston Manor are probably one ...

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