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Download 2018: 8 bands you need to see on the Dogtooth Stage

First in the series of ‘bands you need to see at Download 2018’ series, we are starting at the smallest, yet most under stated stage. The Dogtooth Stage. As you will the names are no less bombastic or well known. Not everyone can main stage it y’know. In honesty – every band at Download is worth a watch, but we ...

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Cancer Bats

Cancer Bats return to a thunderous welcome back!

Strange things have been occurring during the dates between 24th-27th April at the Camden Underworld… Yours truly received numerous reports of war wounds, madness, chaos, bloodshed, whiplash, hangovers, and bangovers. What the hell was happening down in the dark, sweaty lairs of the Underworld during this time?! Oh yeah… Cancer Bats had arrived back to the UK with not just ...

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Download Festival 2017

Download Festival Goes Green with new ‘Eco Camp’

This year’s Download Festival will feature a brand new ‘Eco Camp’ hosted by Greenpeace. The camp is located amongst ancient oak trees surrounded by wildlife and will fit up to 3000 festival-goers. You are able to stay in ‘Eco Camp’ at no extra cost with a regular ticket, however, you must pre-register to stay there and must be willing to ...

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The Dead Daisies

John Corabi of The Dead Daisies talks about ‘Burn It Down’ – “We are touring for the rest of the year, it’s going to be crazy!”

After releasing their fiery new album Burn It Down, The Dead Daisies have embarked on a UK tour which is mostly sold out and tonight they are playing at KOKO, one of the premier live music venues in London. The place is rammed with fans who are very excited and eager to see these five guys rocking the stage. The ...

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The Dead Daisies

The Dead Daisies burn London down and treat KOKO like an arena venue

The Dead Daisies are often being defined as a ‘musical collective’, founded by guitarist and businessman David Lowy, this super group consists of very talented musicians coming from bands like Motley Crue, Whitesnake, Thin Lizzy and Journey. Lowy, Mendoza, Corabi and Aldrich have been recently joined by drummer Deen Castronovo who is replacing Brian Tichy. Their very first live album ...

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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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Testament

Testament returned to London with Annihilator and Vader in tow

As thrash gigs go, there are very few bands that are as capable than the pair on this lineup, and they have brought a healthy slab of death metal along for the ride. Finishing off their UK leg of the current tour, Testament have returned to the famed Koko with Annihilator and Vader in tow, each as legendary in their ...

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Sunflower Bean

Sunflower Bean “We worked on this record very quietly, and knew why we were making it.”

With the release of their second album Twentytwo In Blue last March, Sunflower Bean have been internationally acclaimed for their work and they are definitely on the right path to get all the success they deserve. These rising stars from New York have been selling out many venues during their UK tour and have already charted the top 20. The ...

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Evanescence

Evanescence performs with full symphony orchestra for a unique show at Royal Festival Hall

Bands like Deep Purple and Metallica experimented this way before, but Evanescence still succeeds in leaving us astonished thanks to this mix of goth rock accompanied by the sound of a very magical orchestra. Their gothic and dramatic elements blend perfectly with the background symphony and they sound better than ever, just like they anticipated on Synthesis, the album they ...

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WATCH: Fit For An Autopsy Interview at Hammerfest “We are going to do whatever the f*ck we want”

The East Coast Hardcore Scene has shaped many of the rock and metal genres of today. The creme of the crop in deathcore and metal are creeping through and there is no stopping Fit For An Autopsy reach for new heights. Watch RAMzine’s Hywel Davies speak with the band at this years Hammerfest. They speak about growing up on the ...

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