Yes Vinyl + Postcard Book

Previously only available to pre-order, progressive rock band Yes are making their celebratory postcard book available now, alongside releasing vinyl editions of their reimagined Fly From Here – Return Trip, featuring the Drama line-up and new lead vocals by Trevor Horn, to coincide with their 50th Anniversary celebrations. They are available now to order through Pledge here and Burning Shed ...

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ROLO TOMASSI Headline UK Tour        

Following on from the release of their album, Time Will Die and Love Will Bury It, Rolo Tomassi have announced a tour for November which will see the band headlining at venues across the country, including the Scala, London, with support provided by Blood Command and Cassus. The band have also announced they’ll be playing at eight festivals across Europe ...

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 New Roses Touring UK

Germany’s hottest young rock band The New Roses head out on an 11 date UK tour at the tail-end of this year. The New Roses’ song ‘Without A Trace’ was featured on the soundtrack of the US TV series Sons Of Anarchy and was chosen as the official song for the German DVD trailer campaign. Having signed with Napalm Records ...

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RAMzine Issue 19

RAMzine Issue 19 – Download Festival, Avenged Sevenfold, The Bronx

RAMzine Issue 19 is out now featuring our gigantic review of Download Festival. From the kennel (Dogtooth Stage) to see Scouse metallers Loathe, over the main stage to see Guns N Roses, we ensured we covered all bases. We even took some time to pop backstage prior to Avenged Sevenfold’s set for a catch up with Zacky Vengeance. Earlier that ...

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Fyre Bird Debut

Two-piece indie rock outfit Fyre Byrd have dropped their debut single ‘Take Me Out’, through Golden Robot Records. Brother and sister, Joshua and Daniella (their surname enigmatically in absentia) have a musical chemistry that’s developed as they’ve grown over the years. Based in Adelaide, they’ve been making their presence known courtesy of Daniella’s animalistic drumming and Joshua’s vocals and heavily distorted guitar that ...

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The Anix… Come Back Down

Combining a love of cinematic sci-fi, anime and comic books with synthesizers, electronic programming, alternative rock, with vocal hooks and anthemic choruses, are The Anix. This year, their visionary future of art and music has seen them release new music on a monthly basis, and they will continue to do so until the release of their sixth studio album. The ...

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Marilyn Manson

Marilyn Manson and Rob Zombie cover a Beatles classic

After announcing a second co-headliner tour, Rob Zombie and Marilyn Manson have collaborated on a cover of The Beatles’ classic ‘Helter Skelter’. Check out the track here: The duo are set to perform this track  on the upcoming ‘Twins Of Evil II’ tour. No UK dates have been announced yet. Check out what we thought of Marilyn Manson at Download ...

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Dan Reed Network Tour Teaser 

Following recent news at Ramzine that Dan Reed Network will be touring major cities across the UK in support of their forthcoming new album Origins, is the update of an added date for Bristol at the Fleece on Tuesday 18th November, alongside the release of a new tour teaser video. You can watch the video below, get tickets by clicking here, and read more news ...

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Seething Akira Touring Sleepy Skeletor Album

Seething Akira have a new single out called ‘Matching Poles Of Magnets’ taken from their recently released debut album, Sleepy Skeletor. The band feature Charlie Bowes (Vocals, synths), Kit Conrad (Vocals), Stu Radcliffe (Drums), Richard Ellis Speaight (Bass) and Harvey Ware (Guitar). Formed originally with the intent to create a hybrid band of electronic synths, guitars and Beastie Boys style vocals, the five ...

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U.D.O. Rising High

German heavy metal band U.D.O. release their new album Steelfactory on 31st August through AFM Records, and to get fans in the mood have released a new video single from it in the shape of ‘Rising High’. Formed by vocalist Udo Dirkschneider in 1987, after leaving Accept, with Steelfactory the band are said to inspirered by recent past live shows leading to the ...

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