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Live Review: Fish at Sub89, Reading

Fish is still an imposing man. He stands so high that he can reach the ceiling with his hands (of which, more in a moment). Yet he moves fluidly. Graceful. He slinks on stage like an eel. Synchronized, he swishes and swirls back and forth. Using all the stage-space available at the excellent concert venue at Sub89 in Reading. And, ...

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Joe Elliotts Down ‘n’ Outz at The Slade Rooms, with support from Vega

Wolverhampton, Dec 12th 2014  On a bitterly cold night I arrived at the Wolver Slade Rooms for what was promising to be a cracking night of rock music, UK style. The Further Adventures of Down ‘n’ Outz were to be played, to what was promising to be a decent, but not sell-out crowd. Featuring Def Leppard‘s front man Joe Elliott ...

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Bring Me The Horizon Live @ Wembley Arena Friday 5th December 2014

After laying complete waste to Camden’s The Underworld in front of 500 rabid punters just days earlier, Sheffield’s Bring Me The Horizon look set to take on a slightly less intimate venue tonight in the form of Wembley. Tonight will mark the final date of a worldwide tour spanning almost two years promoting 2013’s masterpiece Sempiternal. The sheer devotion directed ...

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Review: In This Moment – Black Widow

Black widow spiders are known for the females’ unique appearance and tendency to eat their mates. They are considered the most venomous spiders and their bite can be fatal to humans. In all cases the females are the most distinctive, with shiny black bodies and a red hourglass-shaped marking. ‘Black Widow’ is a very fitting tittle for this new album. If you ...

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Live Review: Mastodon, with support from Big Business & Krokodil at the Birmingham O2 Academy

With Mastodon well into the second half of their ‘Once More ‘round The Sun’ tour, promoting the new album of the same name, they were being supported in tonight’s melange of metal mayhem by UK band Krokodil, relative newcomers to the circuit as a band, but with buckets of experience and pedigree as individual members, with main support coming from ...

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Johannes of Avatar Interview

RAMzine sat down with Johannes Eckerström of Avatar, who tells us after this long he dose feel like the band need a bit of a break saying “on average we have been doing 5 shows a week for 14 weeks”. That is a lot, but it hasn’t gone unnoticed. Avatar have propelled into the world of Rock and Metal certainly ...

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Review: Whitesnake – Live in ’84 / Back To The Bone

Available in a deluxe version and with a DVD courtesy of Frontiers Records the latest live offering from the Whitesnake franchise digs deep, taking us back to what is in hindsight a transitory period. The photos capture five men who’ve had their first proper haircut since they left school, all decked out in black leather. It doesn’t look right, and ...

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Santa Cruz Interview at Hard Rock Hell

RAMzine caught up with Santa Cruz at Hard Rock Hell, who like to describe themselves as “Pure F*cking Adrenaline”, which we can back-up 110%! The band are set to release a new self-tittled album next March, which they describe as “Amazing”. “The new album is going to be so much more modern” says Archie, as we talk through Santa Cruz’s favourite ...

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The Vintage Caravan Interview at Hard Rock Hell

Hard Rock Hell 2014 saw another brilliant live performance from Nuclear Blast band The Vintage Caravan. We last saw them assemble the location that is Hafan Y Mor, Pwllheli (North Wales), back in March for Hammerfest! The guys hailing from Iceland, bring to the table a bit of Classic Rock, Blues and Prog Rock! Our favorite tracks currently being ‘Expand ...

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Hard Rock Hell 8 Review

Hard Rock Hell (HRH) feels like a very well kept secret, hidden by it’s location, hidden by the fact it always sells out, and by the fact that if you did choose to go to a festival, perhaps you didn’t think to go to one November. Whatever the reason, all these things are actually a positive. HRH promotes an atmosphere, far gone ...

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