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INME

InMe at Takedown Festival

When we met InMe, they were just a few hours away from taking the stage to play Overgrown Eden in full. We spoke to them about how it felt to play the album in full yet again, their THREE upcoming new albums and looking back on their career to date. Overgrown Eden – It’s quite a moody album lyrically, but when we ...

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I, The Lion

Interview: I, The Lion

I, The Lion Hit The Road In Support of New EP ‘Run’ Throughout February & March “A band with the potential to light up the British rock scene like a Reuben or Biffy Clyro”, you don’t hear that too often. This quote from RingMaster sits alongside a host of peer and review accolades held by ‘I, The Lion‘, from Kerrang!, ...

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all hail the yeti

Interview: All Hail The Yeti

All Hail The Yeti are a band that know what they want, they know who they are, and they are focused on their path towards the light. Hailing from where many would believe the light already sits, Hollywood, LA. We sat down with vocalist Connor Garritty, before their show with 36 Crazyfists at The Marble Factory in Bristol. Connor is ...

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Review: Tyrannosaurus Rex – Albums Re-released

The first three albums by Tyrannosaurus Rex, that characterized the music of original duo of Marc Bolan and Steve Peregrin Took, have been released as deluxe editions for the first time by Polydor / Universal Music Catalogue. These newly re-mastered versions generously update any previously released material. Long before Marc was a Jackie magazine teenage heartthrob and a fully-fledged Metal ...

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black star riders

Interview: Black Star Riders

It’s no secret that Black Star Riders are the phoenix that formed from the ashes of Thin Lizzy, making them an already brilliant band with a lot of great tunes left in them. BSR are about to embark on a UK tour co-headlining with Europe, as well as just releasing their second album ‘The Killer Instinct‘. We spoke to BSR ...

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RAMzine – Issue 1 – Festival Preview

Welcome to the first ever issue of RAMzine! The step of moving from a website, to include a digital magazine is a milestone that I am very excited about! This time of year I suffer from ‘the festival blues’ it’s common amongst a lot of us music fans who crave not just the need to see bands live, but to ...

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Review: 36 Crazyfists – Time and Trauma

36 Crazyfists have always been a band hard to define by a genre. Caught between the Nu Metal and Metalcore scene, listeners have always found it hard to define them. Since bursting onto the scene with ‘Bitterness the Star‘ and then followed up by ‘A Snow Capped Romance‘, they were a breath of fresh air. Somehow the success which they ...

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takedown festival

Win Tickets to Takedown Festival!

A staplepoint in the calender of alternative music in the South, this year’s Takedown Festival has grown to it’s biggest yet! Lucky attendees this March, will have the opportunity to watch over 35 fine alternative and metal acts including: Mallory Knox, Charlie Simpson, The Blackout, InMe, and many more! With the full line now announced its clear this will be one of ...

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altered sky

Interview with Altered Sky

You may have heard of up and coming pop-rockers Altered Sky, especially since their cover of Taylor Swift’s ‘Blank Space’  was posted on YouTube, but you may not know they are about to embark on a completely unique tour : A Scotland only tour. We caught up with guitarist Rich Passe and drummer/ BG vocalist Amy Blair about the tour ...

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Review: Lynyrd Skynyrd – Vinyl Box Set 1973-1977

What can you say about an iconic band like Lynryd Skynyrd that hasn’t been said before? A band who are the essence  of Southern Rock, and arguably the Classic Rock Genre. Skynyrd’s story is one that will forever be passed down in rock legend- and have decided to captured their glory days in this box set. Famously the Jacksonville icons ...

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