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PALACE OF THE KING

Palace Of The King Release New Single

2018 has been non-stop for Palace Of The King, following the release of their album Get Right With Your Maker they’ve had a heavy touring schedule, trekking across Europe before heading home to Australia to share stages with Baby Animals, the legendary Rose Tattoo, and gigs with The Screaming Jets that will take them into the New Year. As if ...

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FM, The Quireboys, Bad Touch & Vega

FM, The Quireboys, Bad Touch & Vega… Together on Tour

FM and The Quireboys have announced a co-headline UK tour for April 2019, with special guest slots being filled by Bad Touch and Vega. In what promises to be seven nights of solid and varied rock music from a collection of established and up and coming acts, the tour looks to be value for money and an excellent night out. ...

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Steve Hackett

Steve Hackett – Under The Eye of The Sun

‘Under The Eye of The Sun’ is new video release from progmeister Steve Hackett, ahead of his 26th solo album At The Edge Of Light  that will itself be released on 25th January 2019 through Inside Out Music. Describing At The Edge Of Light Hackett remarked how: “The contrast between dark and light weaves its way throughout the album in many ...

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Picture Ann

The Moody Suckers That Are Picture Ann Release A Free Digital Single

Danish experimentalists PICTURE ANN recently unearthed and released a digital single via Bandcamp that is free to download. Entitled Unison and incorporating quite a few layers while simultaneously sounding somewhat monotonous and hypnotic, the tune is a morose affair that ought to satisfy all you lovers of calm and mellow music with a dark and haunting vibe to it. The ...

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Suidakra

Suidakra’s Ode To Arma

Germanic Celtic metal band Suidakra recently released their latest album Cimbric Yarns on the AFM Records, and has now released ‘Ode To Arma‘, their second single from it, along with an official video. A twenty year musical career, with numerous line-up changes along the way they have set their melodic death metal to one side delving into a more ambient, ...

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De-Arrow

De-Arrow Reactivated

20th Century Music continues its intention to spotlight acts and albums that failed to get the attention they felt was deserved back in the last millennium, as they re-present to the world is De-Arrow – An Australian five piece melodic rock band that were active from 1983 to 1989. Guitarist Dragan Stanic and singer Juno Roxas would go onto form Roxus, ...

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The Three Tremors

The Three Tremors

Heavy metal thunder will shriek all over the airwaves in January when The Three Tremors release their debut album on Steel Cartel Records – Fronted by former Judas Priest and Iced Earth vocalist Tim ‘Ripper’ Owens alongside Harry Conklin (Jag Panzer, Titan Force), and Sean Peck (Cage, Death Dealer), a tour is also promised. “Sean’s band, Cage, opened for Judas Priest on the ...

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Ana Popvich

Ana Popović Returns for May 2019 Tour

Following this year’s tour in support of her Like It On Top album Ana Popović will be returning to the UK in May 2019. The Serbian-born guitarist/vocalist has been playing guitar since she was 15, and under her father’s influence became a gifted blues player with the two of them playing together in Hush, recording and touring internationally before she went ...

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 Marillion

Marillion with Friends Live in 2019

Marillion have announced that they will return to the road in the UK and Europe in 2019 with an extended line up of musicians joining the band. The shows will feature the In Praise of Folly String Quartet plus Sam Morris on horn and Emma Halnan on flute, featured on select numbers throughout the show as on previous occasions. The ...

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RAMzine Issue 21: Hands Off Gretel, One Last Day, Orange Goblin, Raging Speedhorn

RAMzine Issue 21 is out now and we have had a great few months of music up and down the country! We spoke with South Yorkshire grungers Hands Off Gretel in Newcastle about signing to major labels, genres and gender equality in rock. Then we headed on down to London to see Speedhorn‘s 20th Anniversary Show and through in an Orange Goblin (with ...

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