Canterbury are an indie-rock four piece band who despite their name aren’t from Canterbury but in actual fact reside in Farnham, Surrey. The band currently have two albums out, most noteworthy is this summers release ‘Heavy In The Day’. The band are just about to head out on tour supporting Deaf Havana across the UK and we were lucky enough ...Read More »
On Thursday the 26th of July, a day before his well awaited live show at Shepherd’s Bush Empire, Little Steven has hosted a very entertaining ‘Undergr...
Although Metal To The Masses scours the UK for the freshest metal talent, the competition spreads across Europe. In this case Poland. Meet Psychotype...
Only four weeks away, Bloodstock looks to be bigger than ever. Yet, what makes Bloodstock stand out among all the other great metal and rock festivals...
Cancer Bats are on fire this year. Dropping one of 2018’s best punk albums out of nowhere back in April, The Spark That Moves caught us all off guard ...
Frédéric Leclercq of DragonForce at Download 2018 “We’re working on a new album that we’re releasing next year”
Love them; hate them; flail your body in a sugar rushed category five whirlwind to them; you got to give it to DragonForce – they actually made power ...
The Devon Allman Project with special guest Duane Betts will be touring the UK this September. Both are sons of founder members of the legendary Allm...
Californian bad boys Buckcherry have been rocking stages all over the world since they first formed in 1995 and tonight they are back in the UK to pla...
Returning to Download for the fifth time, Birmingham grindcore pioneers Napalm Death headlined the Dogtooth stage last Sunday to a packed-out crowd hu...
AxeWound is one ‘super group’ that has appeared out of nowhere. Consisting of Matt Tuck from Bullet For My Valentine, Liam Cormier from Cancer Bats, Mikey Kingswood from Glamour Of The Kill, Joe Copcutt of Rise To Remain, and Jason Bowld of Pitchshifter, their latest relase – ‘Vultures’ – is a guaranteed 10 tracks worth of blissful destruction. We managed to ...Read More »
Team RAM went down to The Independent in Sunderland a few weeks back to speak to OPM on their 13th anniversary UK tour. Interviewer Neale Greever talks to the band about what it feels like to be playing their hits eleven years since their original release as well as what they think about the rise in popularity of reggae/ska genre. ...Read More »
Our People Versus Yours are an Essex-based post-hardcore/metal quintet formed in 2008. Their EP ‘Lights’, released in 2011, has received widespread critical acclaim, and now they are back in 2012 having just finished recording their début album. With an EP already released are you excited about the prospect of releasing a full length album? The prospect of releasing a full length album ...Read More »
Echoes are a post-metal band formed in Winchester back in 2010. They claim their influences are This Will Destroy You, Rinoa, Devil Sold His Soul and Hans Zimmer. They recently went into the studio to record their debut album, so we had a brief chat with them to find out how things were in their camp: You’re about to record your ...Read More »
We recently caught up with Northampton-based quartet Lay Siege to chat about their new mini-album Obolus and their plans for the future. Your debut mini album ‘Obolus’ has been very well received, were you expecting the response you got from it? Well we were really happy with what we had achieved with the record, but we weren’t expecting unanimously positive ...Read More »
Villa Rise are an Australian hardcore quintet currently working in the UK. Their debut EP Wastelands has just been released, so we sat down with them for a drink, when this happened… You guys are originally from Australia what made you want to come to the UK? We all kind of hit the same point in our lives where we ...Read More »
We caught up with RBBJ host Katie Parsons! We found out what the experience was like for her, what opportunities RBBJ gives bands, and advice for bands that would like to apply next year! Follow Katie on Twitter! www.redbullbedroomjam.comRead More »
Job For a Cowboy are a good chunk into their UK and European tour with death metal kingpins Dying Fetus. Since their arrival in 2005 with their EP ‘Doom’, they’ve progressed to become a name few people are unfamiliar with. We had a chat with JFACs drummer, Jon ‘The Charn’ Rice. We discussed Jon joining Job For a Cowboy and ...Read More »
The Elijah spoke to us here at RAMzine last weekend at Butserfest where we learnt a little bit more about why the band use strings and piano’s in their songs as well as sharing some useful trivia about sausages. Also, if you don’t believe us about using your thumb to order drinks in Germany, see Inglourious Basterds by Quentin Tarantino! ...Read More »