Jacoby Shaddix

Papa Roach – A gig that took us on a rock journey of nearly a quarter of a century

After 24 years together as a band, Papa Roach showed London no signs of letting up anytime soon. Jacoby Shaddix, Jerry Horton, Tobin Esperance, and Tony Palermo returned to our fair city in support of their recently released new album Crooked Teeth. This is their ninth studio album and it has already scored them their 4th consecutive Top 20 entry ...

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The Struts

The Struts, bringing the future of rock to London and beyond.

Playing to a packed room at the Electric Ballroom, the foursome from Derby proved just why “Everybody Wants” a piece of them these days. The band, named for singer Luke Spiller’s habit for strutting about on stage, officially formed in 2009 and released their first single three years later. They followed up their debut release with a four-track EP, Kiss ...

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B.O.S.C.H's Fleischwolf

Deliberations From The Shire with Mike James – B.O.S.C.H

On first listening to the new album by B.O.S.C.H it’s hard not to draw comparison to the fellow German pyro loving stadium-filling counterparts but as you delve deeper into the album it’s clear that Fleishwolf is at the forefront of the new wave of German noise “NDH” as they call it in the motherland (Neue Deutsche Harte). This album is ...

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RAMzine 15

RAMzine 15 | Bloodstock, Lionize, MetalDays

Grab a FREE Print copy of RAMzine here.  Our fifteenth issue has now been unleashed featuring Papa Emeritus of Ghost on the cover. This year the band headlined Bloodstock Festival with a lot of debate looking at if they would deliver a Bloodstock worthy set. Read our full 8-page review of the festival inside! You will also find an interview with ...

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Metal Mirror

Deliberations From The Shire with Mike James – Metal Mirror

MWoBHM pioneers Metal Mirror’s new album Vodka, Hell & Angels is a fresh and updated look at the classic sounds of the band from back in the day. From the offset, it sets out as a booze-infused anthemic party to the ears. With the upsurge of new bands coming along copying this retro sound, it’s nice to see legends playing them at ...

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Against the current

Against The Current | 11 Questions at Reading Festival

September 17th, Against The Current will play the first show of their WORLD TOUR, starting in Asia before going on to Australia. The band will head back to the UK this November in support of pop punk classic’s Good Charlotte. After a strong set on the Reading Festival Main Stage powered by boundless confidence and energy, we caught up with Against The ...

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Mikey Demus with Ace + students Photo @neilmach 2017 ©

Interview and Masterclass with Skindred Guitarist Mikey Demus

This week RAMzine had the unique opportunity of visiting London’s Metropolis Studios, at the Powerhouse in Chiswick as guests of The Academy of Contemporary Music (ACM) to see a guitar masterclass given by expert guitarist MIKEY DEMUS of heavy rock & reggae band SKINDRED. The class was given to ACM students and introduced by the Skunk Anansie guitarist Martin “Ace” ...

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Faster Pussycat

Chad and Ace of Faster Pussycat talk about future and past of the band

Faster Pussycat turned back the clock and turned the Underworld in Camden into the Glam Rock scene of Hollywood via 1986 for the entire set. The group was most successful during the late 1980’s with their self-titled album, their 1989 gold album Wake Me When It’s Over and the 80,000 selling Whipped! in 1992. The music of Faster Pussycat has a definite Ramones ...

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Stone Broken

Interview with Stone Broken at Ramblin’ Man Fair 2017

At Ramblin’ Man Fair we met up with the hard-working 4-piece hard rock band from Walsall — Stone Broken — who have just been announced they will act as support for rock legends Living Colour this autumn. They’ve already been on tour, this Spring, with Glenn Hughes and it seems the breakthrough UK hard rock act is going from strength-to-strength at ...

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Jared James Nichols

Jared James Nichols at Ramblin’ Man Fair – “Black Magic is direct, raw, straight to the point”

Wisconsin-born, Los Angeles-based singer-songwriter and red-hot blues guitarist, Jared James Nichols returns this October with a new album Black Magic. He fronts a “power-trio” under his own name, with sounds based around the raw vision of late 1960s & early 1970s hard-rocking blues outfits such as Cream and Mountain. Over the last four years,  Jared James has shared stages with ...

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