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Airbourne announce UK tour dates for November 2019

Fresh from their Ramblin Man Fair performance (coverage coming soon), Australian hard-rockers Airbourne have announced a bunch of UK tour dates in November. Vocalist and guitarist Joel O’Keefe had this to say: “G’day, Scotland, Wales and England! We’ve missed you so much that we’re coming back with a tour to rock your skulls clean off! As always, I’ll be chuckin’ ...

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Ramblin Man Fair

Ramblin Man Fair 2019: Our “Bakers dozen” not to miss

Ramblin’ Man Fair is poking its head over the horizon and with now less than 6 weeks to go, we are taking a look at 12 bands worth your time, from the big names down to the small surprises, let us try and steer you into something that we ourselves will be trying to find our way to see. Austin ...

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RAMzine 16

RAMzine 16 – Airbourne, Hard Rock Hell XI, DEUCE

RAMzine Issue 16 is here! We caught up with drummer Ryan O’Keeffe of Airbourne at Hard Rock Hell Festival in Wales before the band embarked on eight dates across the UK! We travelled down to Hard Rock Hell XI for two and a half days of non-stop rock ‘n roll! And we had a little chat with vocalist/producer Deuce. We reflect on 2017, looking at ...

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Airborne

A night of intense no frills rock ‘n roll with Airbourne, Phil Campbell and The Wild.

The queue at the Roundhouse started quite early with hundreds of fans ready to get their rock ‘n roll dose. This eventful evening starts around 7.30 pm with The Wild, a brilliant Canadian band I have never had the pleasure to listen to or see live before. And what a great energy! From the very first moment they get on ...

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RAMzine 15

RAMzine 15 | Bloodstock, Lionize, MetalDays

Grab a FREE Print copy of RAMzine here.  Our fifteenth issue has now been unleashed featuring Papa Emeritus of Ghost on the cover. This year the band headlined Bloodstock Festival with a lot of debate looking at if they would deliver a Bloodstock worthy set. Read our full 8-page review of the festival inside! You will also find an interview with ...

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Download Festival 2017

Download 2017: The Highlights

Another fantastic and historical year of Download Festival has sadly been and gone. It’s a bit like the rock and metal Christmas in a way. Think of this week as being a 7-day boxing day. For once we had very minimal rain (not great for goths and gingers like me!) but bringing an extra sheen to the weekend – plus ...

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System Of A Down. Biffy Clyro. Aerosmith.

System Of A Down. Biffy Clyro. Aerosmith. Prophets Of Rage. Five Finger Death Punch. AFI. Alter Bridge. Mastodon. Sum 41. Rob Zombie. Slayer. Opeth. Good Charlotte. The Dead Daisies. Ministry. Airbourne. The names speak for themselves, and perhaps one of the more exciting names this year is Prophets Of Rage: an amalgamation of Rage Against The Machine, Public Enemy and ...

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Live: Airbourne, The Electric Ballroom, London

In this day and age, we’ve all heard it on the radio, read it in a magazine or online, that Rock and Roll is dead in some way or another. How idiotic a statement it is though! Music traverses through ages and develops as it goes, sometimes for good, sometimes for bad. Monday and Tuesday night in London was proof ...

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Review: Airbourne – Breakin’ Outta Hell

Having been around now for more than a few years, Airbourne haven’t been one to need to change their sound at all, still sounding as fresh as when they first smashed onto the global scene. While fellow Australian rock Gods AC/DC are now arguably going through Hell, Airbourne are most definitely living up to their upcoming new album release and ...

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Live: Ramblin’ Man Fair 2016, Mote Park, Maidstone

This weekend saw what was another fine addition to the festival season this year with the Ramblin Man Fair taking place in Maidstone’s Mote Park for two days of pure rock and roll. The sun was out for the weekend’s festivities, with most catching the rays and turning a funny shade of red/brown as they checked out the latest and ...

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