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Hackett Royal Festival Hall Shows Revisited

Steve Hackett has announced the release of a 2CD + Blu-Ray digipak titled Genesis Revisited Band & Orchestra: Live at the Royal Festival Hall for release on 25th October 2019 through InsideOutMusic. Recorded on 5th October 2018, it fulfilled a long held ambition of the guitarist’s: to perform the music of Genesis with a live orchestra. Conducted by Bradley Thachuk, ...

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Bad Dog Break Out!

Anglesey-based rock band Bad Dog release  ‘Jupiter’, a new single through WDFD Records Ltd. It’s taken from their own recently released self-titled 4 track EP that’s currently still available for purchase or streaming. The four tracks featured on it have been described as: “Full of punchy riffs and power packed rhythm with nimble lead guitar, pulsating bass lines and catchy ...

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Runrig’s Golden Stories

Following Celtic rock band’s Runrig world premiere of The Last Dance – Farewell Concert at Glasgow Royal Concert Hall the band will now sail in the sunset. Fans however can purchase the concert of a variety of DVDs, CDs and Blu-ray editions as noted previously at RAMzine here, along with how the band decided to go out in a blaze ...

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Rock Goddess Bite You to Death!

Rock Goddess were forced to cut their UK tour short back in March, unable to complete their last run of dates in March when vocalist/guitarist Jody Turner was hospitalised mid-tour but fighting fit they’re coming back for more after reforming in 2014. A recent appearance at the Rock n Blues festival this July is to be followed by a trip ...

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Silverthorne Tear The Sky Wide Open

Debut single ‘Tear The Sky Wide Open’ from Silverthorne has reached the top 20 in the iTunes UK Rock Chart on release and is proving to be a huge hit across the board, promising more good things to come from the new band formed by celebrated drummer Brian Tichy. The teaser video for the track received over 20,000 views in ...

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Johnny Marr Pioneer Award Winner

Legendary Smiths guitarist Johnny Marr will receive the Pioneer Award at this year’s AIM Independent Music Awards, presented in association with Bucks Music Group. He will also headline the first ever live show, set to follow the ceremony at Camden’s Roundhouse on 3 September. Alongside his considerable solo success, with 2014’s Playland and 2018’s Call the Comet charting in the ...

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Deaf Rat Ain’t Angels

In the lead up to the release of their debut album, Swedish rockers Deaf Rat release the single ‘Fallen Angels’ with an accompanying video to boot. A dark selection of tunes rammed with heavy riffs, strong melodies and seductive tunes to twist your mind is what we’re promised on the full length player that will be Ban The Light, due for release ...

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Hellyeah release ‘Perfect’ from upcoming album ‘Welcome Home’

Alt-metal supergroup Hellyeah are known for their instant bangers, new track ‘Perfect’ is no different. Taken from their upcoming album, Welcome Home, featuring the final recordings of legendary drummer Vinnie Paul. Stream the track below: Welcome Home is released on September 27th, via Eleven Seven. This also features singles ‘333’, ‘Oh My God’ and title track ‘Welcome Home’.    

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Divining with Elvenking

With their new album Reader Of The Runes – Divination due for release on 30th August through AFM Records, Elvenking has lifted title track ‘Divination‘ and brought it out as a single, along with accompanying video. “For the first time in our career we’ve created a whole world that will accompany the songs,” said the band. “We were finally ready to ...

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Chart Chasin’ with Caroline Jones

US-Australian singer-songwriter Caroline Jones continues to blur musical boundaries with a dash of modern country rock and pop filtered through her tunes. Not least with the release of her latest single, the wistful ‘Chasin’ Me’ released on indie label Social Family Records. Recently celebrating the #1 chart position on Radio Disney Country, the video for ‘Chasin’ Me’ has already scored upwards of 4 ...

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