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Third Eye Blind

Third Eye Blind reach a new level with Screamer – Live in Manchester

The boys are back in town! For those who don’t know who Third Eye Blind are, well let me tell you in a nutshell… they are an hugely underrated pop rock bands from the 90’s, despite a break in the 00’s they have been working hard in the music scene since 2009! Lead vocalist Stephan Jenkins is the only original ...

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Lindsey Stirling

Lindsey Stirling performs a dramatic, breathtaking show in London

October 2019, Lindsey Stirling was set to play at the Eventim Apollo in London. This was her only UK date during her European tour, so fans from around the country journeyed to the capital for a night of music and wonder to witness this unique musician who merges violin playing with electric/dubstep to create something magical. Speelburg were announced as ...

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Miss June

Miss June’s Bad Luck Party comes to London supported by Pretty Sick

It’s a cold and damp October evening in Islington where the Lexington is hosting Miss June’s Bad Luck Party tour, to celebrate their new album. Arriving early, the downstairs bar (which feels like a trendy hipster version of your Nan’s front room) provides shelter from the rain. Heading upstairs to the intimate venue, the support act Pretty Sick warmed up the crowd. ...

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Killswitch Engage

Killswitch Engage bring Atonement to Manchester Academy

After several appearances in UK support slots for the likes of Bullet for my Valentine, Parkway Drive and Iron Maiden, Killswitch Engage make their triumphant return to the Manchester Academy in support of their brand new record Atonement. Tenside graced the stage first with a proud declaration of “This Is What We Die For”, a mid-tempo, breakdown laden metalcore song and ...

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SOLSTORM

Solstorm Lay Waste To The Apollon Record Store In Bergen, Norway

The hugely skilled doom/drone metal entity that is Solstorm performed a short and concise yet hard-hitting and memorable set at the Apollon record store in the city center of Bergen, Norway. In many ways, the entire event served as a teaser of sorts in the sense that their brand new opus entitled II was releases shortly after and so we were treated ...

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Lucy In Blue

Leave The Pale Blue Sky Behind – An Interview With Icelandic Prog Rockers Lucy In Blue

A few months ago the ever-reliable and awesome Karisma Records (Norway) released a true gem of a record in the shape of In Flight by the Icelandic prog rock outfit named Lucy in Blue. Now, I am not exactly sure how to describe or put into words just how beautiful and moving the aforementioned LP is. You want drama and ...

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Ghouls

Ghouls last ever live show at Rich Mix London

Ghouls. A little band that started with five people who studied at university together in 2012, came together at Rich Mix in Shoreditch to say goodbye to three hundred dedicated fans; some coming from as far as Australia and America. The night opened with grime/ska artist Karl Phillips and The Rejects. Karl and the band had incredible energy during their ...

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Tattoo Convention 28SEP 2019

Fifteenth Annual International Tattoo Convention — London, Tobacco Dock

For some, the world of ink must evoke an image of needles and screams… Perhaps that is why the art-form has its detractors. But the reality could not be further from the truth, as RAMzine discovered, when we visited the London Tattoo Convention last weekend. The ink world is really a universe that revolves around respect, exchange, participation, diversity and ...

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Matt Pearce @neilmach 2019 ©

Matt Pearce and the Mutiny, Thursday 26th September 2019: Upstairs at The Garage, London

As a member of the successful hard rock band Voodoo Six, Glasgow-born guitarist Matt Pearce supported Iron Maiden on a concert tour and appeared in front of millions of heavy metal fans around the world. But 18 months ago he found himself at a crossroads in life and felt as if he “had to mutiny…” perhaps to survive. He admitted ...

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Caravela Escarlate

Through Endless Skies – An Interview With Prog Rockers Caravela Escarlate

Some months ago I came across a wonderfully eclectic and captivating album by the Brazilian prog rock entity named Caravela Escarlate. As much as I liked their self-titled record the first few times I spun the disc, it was not until I recently returned to it that it dawned on me just how amazing it truly is. Caravela Escarlate’s brand ...

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