Reviews

  • Review: Marsh Dweller – The Weight Of Sunlight

    Solo projects are by their very nature, terrifying prospects for us reviewers. For every wonderfully talented multi-instrumentalist there are a dozen ...

  • Review: AC/DC – Rock or Bust

    The sun comes up, Justin Bieber’s a twat and AC/DC play Rock and Roll. These are just facts and for most of them we are glad. Yet, not all has been we...

  • Varg

    Review: Varg – Das Ende aller Lugen

    With a rumble and a German sampled voice the album is underway. I love the German lingo – it really gives your tongue a good workout! This track is sp...

  • Touchstone ‘Oceans Of Time’

    The argument continues. Punk killed Prog. Some say it did. Others are less certain. Some are of the opinion that prog rock just killed itself. Like an...

  • Review: Revocation – Empire of the Obscene

    Revocation came flying out of Boston around mid 2000 with demo release ‘Summon the Spawn’ in ’06 and album Empire of The Obscene in ...

  • Photoset: Mike Tramp, Ali Clinton @ Robin 2

    RAMzine’s Lisa Billingham headed down to the Robin 2 in Bilston to see Rock’n’Roll acoustic act Mike Tramp, supported by Ali Clinton...

  • leshpress - Hulluuden Muuri

    Review: Fleshpress – Hulluuden Muuri

    Fleshpress’ latest release Hulluuden Muuri is the band’s seventh full length release since they formed in 1998 and it is clear that the ba...

  • Review: Arroganz Tod & Teufel

    Arroganz the Death Metal band from Germany have now released 10-trcak album ‘Tod & Teufel‘ via FDA Rekotz. Here is out track-by-track ...

Godsmack

Godsmack Live In Manchester “We are going to play until we get kicked out” – Supported by Like A Storm

American hard rock legends Godsmack have arrived In the UK as part of their European tour. This was originally planned for autumn 2018 but due to personal reasons they had to postponed it. Now they’re back in full swing with a three day stop in the UK before venturing into Europe. We’re absolutely god-smacked that people still haven’t heard of this ...

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Decapitated

Decapitated kill the cult at the O2 Islington

It may well feel forever ago that Decapitated unleashed onto the World their monster of a release, Anticult, but with a thirst and new energy after the challenges that they have battled through, they have finally regrouped and brought the tour the album deserved to justice. It seems no matter how well you plan, things are never always in your ...

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Straytones

Straytones say Beware, Dark Lord!

Straytones are an psychedelic rock/garage rock band from Kiyv, Ukraine and they have just released their third offering, a three track, ten minute long EP rather grandly called Beware, Dark Lord! Here Comes The Bell-Man. The three-piece band are Artem on guitars and vocals, Marina on drums and vocals, and bassist Vova. Should you wish to check them out online, be aware that there ...

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Krishna Peri

Krishna Peri spins the Cyclotron

Originally from Visakhapatnam, India, the now Texas based Krishna Peri is a guitarist of some experience having spent over six years playing with cover bands of various hues. Now going solo in order to put the many ideas he had percolating onto tape. He assembled a few musicians to help him… namely Marcus Shammah on bass, Noble John (sic) on drums, Joy Soloman ...

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Tragedy turn disco bangers in to metal anthems in Newcastle

When you pay for a cover or tribute band, you pretty much know what you’re going to get… all your favourite tracks from the band they are emulating. But this is not the case with Tragedy! The bands full title is ‘Tragedy: All Metal Tribute To The Bee Gees & Beyond’, yes you read that right… an METAL tribute to ...

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Good Charlotte

A career-spanning performance from Good Charlotte at London’s Alexandra Palace

For the last date on their Generation RX European tour, Good Charlotte go big. At London’s 10,000 capacity Alexandra Palace, this is one of their biggest UK shows to date. No pressure there, eh? A solid support bill is in place for the evening, a welcoming bill of four distinctly different rock acts. In particular, Boston Manor are probably one ...

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The STRUTS

The Struts win over London with their magnificent performance

YOUNG & DANGEROUS is the name of their latest album, one of the most interesting and magnetic rock releases of last year. Tonight The Struts are concluding their UK tour with a sold out gig in the capital which shows how much their fan base has exponentially grown recently. Lead vocalist Luke Spiller, guitarist Adam Slack, bassist Jed Elliott and drummer Gethin ...

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David Duchovny

David Duchovny steals Shepherd’s Bush heart

Actor, writer, producer, director, novelist, and singer-songwriter. Whether you are into music or into cinema and TV, there’s no way you wouldn’t have heard of David Duchovny. Tonight Shepherd’s Bush is hosting a unique event as David has embarked in a long European tour called Every Third Thought. The name comes from his latest album released last year which followed ...

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Kane Roberts

Kane Roberts explains The New Normal

Guitarist Kane Roberts first came to my attention as part of Alice Cooper’s band for his ‘rebirth’ albums Constrictor and Raise Your Fist…  I was impressed enough to buy his first solo album Saints and Sinners (I still have the cassette stored somewhere after burning all of my vinyl and tapes onto CD). For this new album, he has called on numerous ...

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SLASH FT. MYLES KENNEDY & THE CONSPIRATORS

Slash feat Myles Kennedy & The Conspirators give one more reason to believe that rock is not dead

It’s the middle of the week and a sold out Hammersmith Apollo is waiting for Slash Feat Myles Kennedy & The Conspirators to rock the stage. Tickets went so fast for this show that they could have easily played an extra date in London, so it feels extra special to be part of such an eventful night. Last September they ...

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