Team RAM spoke to Chris Jericho of Fozzy at this years’ Hard Rock Hell to find out who his vocal influences are and how the previous tour with SOiL, Breed 77 and Villains went! Find out more about Fozzy via their Official Facebook Page: www.facebook.com/FozzyRockRead More »
Goldfinger: “The arts are so important and it’s not always easy to get out there” Fireball Tour 2019
With seven hit studio albums and a legendary cover of ‘99 Red Balloons,’ ska-punk legends Goldfinger are no stranger to touring, especially action-pac...
Save Ferris: “Things are so different for women now, there’s so many more of us now!” Fireball Tour 2019
If you are in to ska-punk, this side of the 80s, there’s no doubt you have heard of Save Ferris. From contributing to movie soundtracks, to thei...
From interviewing rockstars behind the camera as part of a podcast to sharing the stage in front of the camera with them, Matt Stocks has done it all....
Now picture the scene; you’re alone covering every aspect of the festival, review, photography and interviews, you’re hungover from the very first nig...
It’s going to be that time of year again, and no, not the time for resting by the fire with a hot chocolate, but the time for energy,to fuel the Fireb...
The heavy-metal singer-songwriter Tarja Turunen or simply TARJA will release her seventh studio album, titled “In The Raw” on August 30, via EarMusic....
The superb NWOBHM entity that is Thunderstick was resurrected in 2016 and released the absolutely thrilling, Something Wicked This Way Comes, the foll...
Following the recent release of Helheim’s tenth full-length record, the incredibly diverse and unconventional Rignir, RAMzine simply had to have...
Team RAM spoke to Tom and Matt from Jettblack at this years’ Hard Rock Hell where the boys accidentally spoiled the surprise of who they are touring with next year! See here for a RAMzine exclusive. www.facebook.com/JETTBLACKUKRead More »
We caught up with Kobra Paige of Kobra & The Lotus at this years Hard Rock Hell Festival! After watching a powerful performance, that included a cover of Iron Maidens ‘The wicker man‘ we were keen to see if the band had any major influences! And we spoke about the new single ‘50 Shades Of Evil‘. www.kobraandthelotus.comRead More »
Ugly Kid Joe are a rock band that formed in California in 1990. Breaking up in 1997, the band reformed in 2010 and have been touring extensively, as releasing a new EP Stairway To Hell. RAMzine sat down to speak with their lead vocalist, Whitfield Crane. Team RAM: Stairway to Hell was released a few months ago, what’s the reaction been ...Read More »
Paragon is a speed metal/power metal band from Hamburg, Germany founded in 1994 by guitarist Martin Christian. In 2009, Paragon took a break. During this time they lost two of their members: Guitarist Günny Kruse, who had played on their three studio albums between 2005–2008, and also bassist Dirk Seifert who only played on “Screenslaves”. In November 2009, the band ...Read More »
It’s Halloween in London and the Koko in Camden is rammed full of people in their best fancy dress ready to catch Wednesday 13. Their support tonight comes from Fearless Vampire Killers. Ramzine caught up with Lawrence and Drew from the band before they headed out on stage. Team RAM: Are you nervous about playing such a big venue tonight? ...Read More »
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 »
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 »