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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Black State Highway at Hard Rock Hell

Hard Rock Hell was Black State Highway‘s first ever festival, this modern Hard Rock and Bluesy band from Reading, traveled down to Wales, and played a set that impressed and won over many new fans. In this interview we talk about the releases of the bands debut album, and new single ‘Ain’t got No‘, watch the video below! We also ...

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Massive Interview at Hard Rock Hell

RAMzine caught up with hard rock band Massive at none other then Hard Rock Hell in North Wales. You can see why this band are called Massive, all you have to do is listen to their single ‘On By One’ and you hear their Rock ‘n’ Roll impression. This track really defines the band quite well, and starts off their ...

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Blues Pills Interview at Hard Rock Hell

Blues Pills have just finished their October 2014 UK tour with The Vintage Caravan and BlackWolf, to which Elin larsson (Lead Vocals) says “We didn’t expect that many people to come to our shows, it’s been going great”. “I guess we already exceeded our expectation, from when we began, from now we want to do another album… and get to ...

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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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Anaal Nathrakh Interview

When you hear the name Anaal Nathrakh the image of brutal and chaotic extreme metal comes to mind. This was demonstrated well with the band’s powerful stage presence and apocalyptic sound. Being headliners of the evening and playing with some brutal black metal acts one would think it would be difficult to follow such insanity although, when it was their ...

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Review: Machine Head – Bloodstone & Diamonds

Absolute kings Machine Head release their eighth studio album, ‘Bloodstone & Diamonds’. Produced by Robb Flynn and Juan Urteaga, who has also produced Testament and Vile. Mixed by Colin Richardson, who has worked with Carcass, Fear Factory, Slipknot, Behemoth, and Devildriver. Additional tracking, editing and mixing was completed with heavy metal legend Andy Sneap and Steve Lagudi. Before you start ...

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Interview with SOiL

This Halloween we ventured down to sub89 in Reading, to talk to SOiL and Hed P.E. SOiL are one of those bands that us 90’s grungers grew up listening to throughout our teens and early 20’s, rock clubs across the country still play ‘Halo’  their first single off their second studio album ‘Scars‘ which was out in 2001. We sat down with ...

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RIP Wayne Static: Top 5 Static Tracks

On November the 1st, it was announced that front-man of Static-X, Wayne Richard Wells – better known as Wayne Static, passed away due to a drug overdose at the age of 48. Fans and fellow musicians such as Corey Taylor, Motorhead and Aaron Lewis of Staid shared their condolences online. Slipknot vocalist Corey Taylor tweeted: “I am absolutely devastated to ...

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Interview with Yellowcard

We are loving Yellowcard at the moment, with their new album ‘Life of a Sail’ which we said was Happy, Energetic Rock & Kick Ass! And the most recent announcement, that the band will be doing a co-headline tour with Less Than Jake, next March! We were lucky enough to catch-up with Ryan Key (Vocals and Guitar) in London during the bands ...

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