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 ...Read More »
Papa Roach’s new album Crooked Teeth is off to a hot start and just before their gig in the UK capital we had the chance to sit down with drummer Tony...
The punk pop influence can be found everywhere it seems these days, and produces a lot of great bands too. Our first ‘Unsigned Band Of The Week&...
Staged at Mile End Stadium – Soccer SixFest is a fusion of football and music with an outdoor summer festival vibe. Musicians and celebrities from TV,...
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 ba...
This week RAMzine had the unique opportunity of visiting London’s Metropolis Studios, at the Powerhouse in Chiswick as guests of The Academy of ...
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...
As part of the 1980s San Francisco metal scene –Possessed are seen as one of the ‘original’ death-metal bands (if not the first). Re...
Bloodstock 2017 will be known as the year the festival cast its net much wider. As well as having headliners Ghost and main stage acts such as Skindre...
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 ...Read More »
We caught up with (Hed)p.e. on their recent UK tour with SOiL and American Head Charge. The band were in a bit of a rush this Halloween, playing two shows in one night. They talk us through why they had to change their band name from ‘Hed’ to ‘(Hed)p.e.’ and exactly what that means. Amongst talking about the bands progessions ...Read More »
Skid Row released ’18 and Life‘ all the way back in 1989. As a pretty small kid I bought, and still have, the vinyl, (yeah I said vinyl) copy that came sellotaped to a rock magazine around that time. So when this iteration of Skid Row were in town there was no way I wasn’t interviewing them. We caught up ...Read More »
Brant Bjork, founding member of the almighty Kyuss and part of Vista Chino, producer, record label guru, guitarist, singer, drummer, and all round talented guy. He played at the legendary Joiners in Southampton recently with his latest outfit, The Low Desert Punks. We were there to get in a few questions before the show… Low Desert Rocker Brant Bjork debuts ...Read More »
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 ...Read More »
I Divide have been causing a stir for a while now, winning the Red Bull Bedroom Jam in 2012, gigging with Funeral For a Friend in 2013, and releasing debut album ‘Last One Standing’ in April this year. April 2014 also saw the boys support Blitz Kids, who they share a stage with at Butserfest this year. We caught up ...Read More »
UK rock band Empire have been playing a round of festivals across the past year including Sonisphere, Hevy, 2000 Trees, and Hammerfest. We caught them at Butserfest, where they give us a nice warm introduction to themselves.Read More »
We caught up with Southampton alt-rock dudes Eagle and Weeks at this years Butserfest.Read More »
It’s been a turbulent year for The Blackout. Releasing their ‘Start The Party’ album in October 2013, the album tour was cut short when co-singer Gavin Butler had to leave the stage during their Manchester show due to a hemiplegic migraine. After the necessary rest and recuperation the band are back and stronger than ever, using new EP ‘Wolves’ to ...Read More »