Housefires EP Review ‘Before The Celling Caves’

Despite having formed little over a year ago, Portsmouth 5 piece Housefires have been causing quite the stir. With reviews from Kerrang, interviews in Planet Loud, and with the backing of Marianne Harris they have been able to propel themselves outside of being just another local band. Debut EP ‘Before the Celling Caves’ shows just why they are getting such ...

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NASS Festival Review 2012

NASS Festival is very different to the normal music festival, as not only is it host to some great artist, but also the BMX  and Skateboarding  Championships. You can bring your bike, scooter, skateboard, or skates to the festival. There are public ramps for people to practice new tricks.  I was excited by the massive motocross jumps, however due to ...

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Golden Tanks EP Review

Review By Oli Bateman Golden Tanks – Golden Tanks E.P   The first thing you should know about this review, is the fact that I am conducting it without a press release. Normally as any budding music journalist will tell you, a press release is a short bio sent out by the band, the bands label, or a PR company ...

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RAM NASS Feature

NASS Festival Pre-Review 2012

RAMzine will be attending extreme sports and music festival NASS, as we can’t miss out on any snippets of slight Rock music! On RAMs favourite stage The Front Stage, Friday we are going to check out Rolo Tomassi, and we hope that they are going to be playing some tracks off their new album that is rumoured to be coming ...

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new riot review

New Riot ‘Live Fast, Die Young’ Track Review

By Oli Bateman   Its 2003, I’m Thirteen years old, and I’m being crowd surfed from the back of the main hall at Exeter Uni, right to the front of the stage for the hundredth time that evening. The support acts as I vaguely remember them, were a punk band called the Riot Dolls, and another band that were just ...

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Bruce Springsteen ‘Wrecking Ball’ Album Review

Review By David Lamb   Wrecking Ball is an angry album, and the subject of its wrath is one that Springsteen has covered before: the life-destroying effects of an economic depression inspired the dark and minimalistic 1982 record Nebraska, a solo effort put down solo in a garage, with only a 4-track recorder and a few instruments. Whilst that record ...

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Apocalyptic Love

Apocalyptic Love – Slash feat. Myles Kennedy and The Conspirators

By Martin Durrant Slash is a name that is synonymous with rock and roll. His very image provides the essence of the music we all love, his top hat bouncing maniacally on his lone curly hair as he dances across the stage, guitar slung low. His first album, released in 2010 was subject of rave reviews for his song writing ...

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Download Festival 2012 Review

Download festival review 2012   The 10th year of a festival to take place in Donnington under the name of Download Festival. Download organizers and fans have made the festival one of the most talked about Rock and Metal Festival in the world over these 10 years. Rock and Metal fans from all over the world travel to Donnington each ...

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theFALLEN ‘Bury Your Demons’ Album Review

theFALLEN ‘Bury Your Demons’ Album Review

Being someone that is largely unfamiliar with this band or their body of work, I didn’t quite know what to anticipate. Needless to say, by the end of the album

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Polar 'Iron Lungs' Review

Polar ‘Iron Lungs’ Review

Review by Oli Bateman Having stormed the hardcore scene in 2011, POLAR are set to do exactly the same again in 2012. Boasting the largest circle pit of last year at Hevy Fest, the band obviously has the right amount of inextinguishable fuel to light a crowd’s fire. Their debut album has a lot to live up to after the ...

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