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Suzi Quatro to release compilation ‘Legend: The Best Of…’

The Best of Suzi Quatro: Legend is due on Friday 22nd September, a 20 track compilation album personally curated by Suzi Quatro herself and featuring digitally re-mastered versions of all her biggest hit singles including ‘Can The Can’, ‘48 Crash’ and ‘Devil Gate Drive’.  Released by Chrysalis Records   the album will be available on gold coloured double vinyl, CD and via digital ...

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The Birthday Massacre announced for WGW and number of UK dates

It doesn’t seem like yesterday since we saw The Birthday Massacre on UK shores, and now they have announced a string of UK tours for this October, including the Winter edition of Whitby Goth Weekend. The band announced the tour on their Facebook page yesterday: “We’re crossing the pond again this fall for our Under Your Spell UK Tour! Kicking ...

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MetalDays

Are you really living if you are not attending MetalDays this week?

You may well be, but certainly not to your full rock and metal potential. MetalDays is the festival of festivals, it’s a week long, it’s Monday to Friday of music, it’s five headliners and hundreds of bands. And well, just look at it…. This years event will see ‘The Pale Emperor’ himself, Marilyn Manson headline the first night, followed by viking ...

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Joe Bonamassa photo by Marty Moffat

Joe Bonamassa…Seven 2018 UK Dates

Following the success of this year’s UK tour where he played two concerts of the Royal Albert Hal, blues rock guitarist Joe Bonamassa has announced a new seven date UK tour for next March. Following his recent Live At Carnegie Hall – An Acoustic Evening DVD and CD, the 2018 tour will feature Bonamassa in a return to electric guitar ...

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Boy Jumps Ship and more perform at North-East music showcase

North East music fanzine NE Volume have announced a 7 hour live music showcase at ARC, in Stockton-On-Tees. The event takes place on September, and will including many acts in the North East rock and indie scene including Sunderland’s own Frankie & The Heartstrings, Wearside’s answer to Frank Turner – The Lake Poets, Newcastle rockers Boy Jumps Ship (below), Yorkshire ...

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Were I Blind

Premiere: Debut single from Were I Blind (London Electro-Industrial)

In a society addicted to their devices, people see the world through Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and whatever the next social media trend is, are we actually living? Or are we living in a fake reality blind to the truth? London Electro-Industrial band Were I Blind today release their self-titled debut single and music video (watch below). The band were formed by drummer/songwriter ...

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The Damned announce 2018 UK tour

Smash it up… Quick quiz: Which punk-rock band were the first to release a UK single, UK album, and officially first British band to be called ‘punk’? If you answered ‘Sex Pistols’ – you are wrong. The Damned aren’t only the original British punk rockers, but the orignal goth punks, and they have just announced a lengthy UK tour for ...

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Dan Reed’s Confessions

Dan Reed’s Confessions

Dan Reed is about to release his fourth solo album, Confessions, that will coincide with an intimate solo tour in beautiful settings that kicks off at London’s St. Pancras Old Church on Thursday 14th September. Each of these special UK solo concerts will be filmed and recorded for an upcoming live DVD compilation.  What’s more everyone who buys a ticket buyer will also receive ...

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The Beggars Banquet

The Beggars Banquet: Michael Joseph Photos 

This week we were given a unique opportunity to see a series of photographs by one of the world’s  most talented photographers. He captured the mood of the ‘Sympathy for the Devil’ year — 1968. Michael Joseph, from South Africa, was born in 1941 and studied at the London College of Printing and Graphic Arts when he arrived in Great Britain ...

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RAMzine 14

RAMzine Issue 14 – Download Festival, Bad Sign, Moscow

RAMzine Issue 14 is out now! How is your festival season going? We have been on a good run so far! This issue includes Download Festival, Stone Free, Breaking Bands and Teddy Rocks. As we move into July we are looking forward to Tech Fest, 2000Trees, Bloodstock, MetalDays, Ramblin’ Man, and Reading Festival. Let us know in the comments section ...

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