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Saxon Release Deluxe Best of Anthology

Saxon – Decade Of The Eagle is a new deluxe anthology featuring 34 tracks, that looks back at  Saxon’s first decade as they built their reputation across heavy metal’s landscape. It will be released on 17th November through BMG. Decade Of The Eagle spans the band’s first nine albums and during which time they notched up five top 40 albums and ...

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Tarot Beyond

Berlin power metal band Tarot Beyond have had their debut album released on 20th Century Music… Twenty six years after it was first recorded! Back in 1990 Tarot Beyond were hand-picked to jump in and record at Dierks Studios when The Scorpions backed out of their then current agreement with the studio.  Accept drummer Stefan Kaufmann was set to produce ...

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Andrew Boss – Invincible

Andrew W.Boss hails from Salt Lake City in the USA, he has self-released his latest album Invincible that is said to transcend the rap metal tag; being equal parts rhymes, melody and pure brutality, Boss has been recording since 2003, when he traded studio time for weed! Weaned on a musical diet of Metallica, Korn,Tupac, Beastie Boys, Mudvayne and the like, those who ...

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Dragonforce unleash ‘Midnight Madness’ video ahead of UK Tour

Metal maestros Dragonforce have released a video for ‘Midnight Madness’ ahead of their UK and Europe tour. Check out the video below: The track is taken from their new album Reaching To Infinity. Out now via EarMUSIC. Guitarist Herman Li had this to say about the video clip: ‘Many fans have asked us over the years what’s it like working ...

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Bob Kulick Reveals Skeletons in the Closet

KISS, Meat Loaf, Lou Reed and W.A.S.P. are among the bands and solo artists guitarist and producer Bob Kulick has played with.  Now after 50 years in the music business he has released his first solo album, Skeletons In The Closet, available through Vanity Music. “I started writing new music in 2015 which then turned-into songs co-written with my former ...

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Brian Downey Adds Second Concert!

Due to exceptional demand Brian Downey’s Alive And Dangerous have added a second London date at the Nells Jazz & Blues in London on Saturday 25th November to mark the 40th anniversary of one of the greatest live rock and roll albums of all time – Thin Lizzy’s Live and Dangerous. As recently reported at Ramzine the band, headed by legendary Thin Lizzy ...

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In Twilight’s Embrace –Vanitas

In Twilight’s Embrace will release their fourth full-length, Vanitas, on 22nd September 2017 through Arachnophobia Records. It is being described as the band’s darkest material to date, both lyrically and musically. “Having confronted several deaths of family members and friends, made me realise the true weight of mortality,” confessed vocalist, Cyprian Lakomy. “The realisation paved the way for reflections which would ...

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Symetria Release Debut Album

Old school metal is alive and well, with newcomers Symetria having released their eponymous debut album on Tripsquad Records. Vocalist Vince Santonastaso and guitarist Kevin Gust met through a Craigslist advertisement and ended up playing in a heavy metal covers band. Santonastaso however wanted more from life and when he left Cust followed him out the door and gave an ...

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Black Bambi

Black Bambi

Picture this: It’s 1990 and you’re in one of, if not the most hotly tipped rock band in the United States. Tons of press, sold out club shows around Southern California and girls lining up as far as the eye can see. Then nothing. The ride comes to an abrupt halt and you’re left scratching your head and wondering where ...

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Video of The Week: Butcher Babies are back with Lilith

It’s Wednesday, that mean’s time for Video Of The Week at, and this week we see the return of the double-fronted LA metallers Butcher Babies with their new track ‘Lilith’. The video was premiered on Loudwire earlier this week and features horror-esque imagery displaying age and beauty. This is inspired by the story of Lady Bathory, which shows what lengths ...

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