Interviews

The Dead Daisies

John Corabi of The Dead Daisies talks about ‘Burn It Down’ – “We are touring for the rest of the year, it’s going to be crazy!”

After releasing their fiery new album Burn It Down, The Dead Daisies have embarked on a UK tour which is mostly sold out and tonight they are playing at KOKO, one of the premier live music venues in London. The place is rammed with fans who are very excited and eager to see these five guys rocking the stage. The ...

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Sunflower Bean

Sunflower Bean “We worked on this record very quietly, and knew why we were making it.”

With the release of their second album Twentytwo In Blue last March, Sunflower Bean have been internationally acclaimed for their work and they are definitely on the right path to get all the success they deserve. These rising stars from New York have been selling out many venues during their UK tour and have already charted the top 20. The ...

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Doyle

WATCH: Doyle Wolfgang Von Frankenstein “It’s all about love”

RAMzine’s Hywel Davies caught up with Doyle Wolfgang Von Frankenstein at Hobos in Bridgend. Vocalist  Alex “Wolfman” Story joins in to debate UK crowds compared to those in Europe, and the fact that the band prefer a larger stage. They also touch on veganism and their new album Doyle II: As We Die. subscribe to our YouTube Channel -> https://bit.ly/1snRS85

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WATCH: Fit For An Autopsy Interview at Hammerfest “We are going to do whatever the f*ck we want”

The East Coast Hardcore Scene has shaped many of the rock and metal genres of today. The creme of the crop in deathcore and metal are creeping through and there is no stopping Fit For An Autopsy reach for new heights. Watch RAMzine’s Hywel Davies speak with the band at this years Hammerfest. They speak about growing up on the ...

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Sepultura

Derrick Green of Sepultura “There needs to be some type of balance between humanity and technology”

When Derrick Green entered the turbulent world of Sepultura back in 1998, the shit splatter from the fan was still very much pungent in the air. Earning it’s place up there as one of metal’s worst feuds that nigh on equals that of the Dave Mustaine Metallica bootin’ incident of ’83, the departure of Max Cavalera was not only a ...

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Laurence Jones Speaks… The Truth

Laurence Jones plays guitar. He’s played guitar and sang on some pretty big stages around the world, fronting his own band and supporting some major ones. Success has not eluded him in terms of record sales, and with a heady mix of rock, blues and pop to be found on his latest album The Truth his self-confidence is apparent. Ahead ...

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TOSELAND

James Toseland talks about the new album and touring with Night Ranger and Skid Row

From signing with Frontiers Records to joining Night Ranger and Skid Row on tour, Toseland seems to be unstoppable. James is definitely proving any doubters wrong by making a success of his second career, on stage tonight he appears to be a very skilled musician and a confident frontman performing with passion and strength. He gives the crowd the best ...

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Tax The Heat

Bristol rock band Tax The Heat release new album Change Your Position

Bristol, UK rock band TAX THE HEAT love creating sounds that bridge the gap between the raw energy of classic British 1960s R&B bands [think Kinks, Yardbirds, The Who] with the riff-oriented, heavy rock of modern proponents such as Them Crooked Vultures or, if you wanna go more bluesy, The Raconteurs. Change Your Position is the follow-up album to their acclaimed ...

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IAMX

IAMX brings Kat Von D on tour “I see the amount of unstoppable drive in her and I see myself”

Chris Corner AKA IAMX has just released his newest LP Alive In New Light (AINL) on the 2nd of February. In his brand new work he captures a sense of metamorphosis, an invitation to the next phase in IAMX’s dark journey of self-discovery. Appearing on four tracks and along for the tour is the brilliant and super popular tattoo and make up ...

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Conjurer

Interview: Dan Nightingale and Conor Marshall of Conjurer

There’re some sounds that feel like they’ve been in slumber for thousands of years, that are only now starting to stir; biding its time until the hour of reprisal draws near as it slowly claws from the dirt. Conjurer have unearthed a monstrosity in all its gruesome glory that they’ve titled Mire. A tapestry of filth it’s nothing short of ...

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