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Amigo The Devil reveals details on debut album ‘Everything Is Fine’

The debut album by singer-songwriter Amigo The Devil, entitled ‘Everything Is Fine’, will be released on October 19th. The music of singer-songwriter Amigo The Devil is a unique blend of Folk that also incorporates elements of Southern Gothic, Country and Bluegrass. Initially influenced by the likes of Tom Waits, Nick Cave and Godspeed! You Black Emperor, the artist born as ...

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The Xcerts

The Xcerts had a Late One

Hailing from Scotland, though you’d never be able to tell with their unaccented vocals and no bagpipes insight rockers, The Xcerts, release an acoustic EP titled Late One Night. It was recorded, of course, entirely over one late night. Commenting on this, vocalist, Murray Macleod said, “We recorded the entire EP in one night which lent a nice organic feel ...

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Citizen - As You Please

Review: Citizen – As You Please

Ask any fan of Citizen to pick an album from their back catalogue and the chances are you will be told to listen to their 2013 release Youth. Ever since the release of that album, Citizen has had the musical equivalent of Mount Everest to climb to top the emotion, love and critical acclaim they received from it. So, four years ...

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King King – Exile & GraceTour

King King have announced their biggest UK tour to date, with a series of high profile concerts, including London’s Shepherd’s Bush Empire on Wednesday 18th October. The tour supports the release of the band’s eagerly anticipated fourth studio album Exile & Grace, due Friday 6th October. Recorded at Superfly Studios, it is the band’s first album of new material since 2015’s multi-award winning Reaching For The Light and features the new single ‘(She Don’t) ...

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In This Moment announce sixth studio album ‘Ritual’

Maria Brink and her metal mob, In This Moment, have revealed details of their upcoming sixth studio album ‘Ritual’. The album will be released on July 21st via Atlantic Records and is produced by GRAMMY nominated Kevin Chucko – who has previously worked with Ozzy Osbourne and Five Finger Death Punch. ‘Ritual’ includes ITM’s dramatic re-imagining of Phil Collins’ classic ...

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Review: Davey Suicide – Made From Fire

Over the past year or so Davey Suicide himself has been battling with his ex-record label over many issues, so it’s a huge achievement this album was finished and released successfully. Davey is a living example that persistence pays off. Davey and the band know the fans want more music – Davey and the boys don’t fail to deliver. Even ...

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King King announce 2017 tour dates

Following extended time required for guitarist/vocalist Alan Nimmo to recover from surgery, King King were forced to cut short their winter tour and reschedule dates. Following Ramzine’s previous news on new dates there have been further minor amendments and indeed additions meaning potentially more fans can get to see Britain’s number one blue rock band in 2017 whose King King – Live was recently ...

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Grave Digger reveal video for ‘Healed By Metal’

German metal  legends Grave Digger have revealed the video for the tiitle track of their upcoming album Healed By Metal. As you can probably guess the video features The Reaper himself, satanic chicks and some old school heavy metal. Check out the video below: Grave Digger have just been on tour with fellow countrymen Blind Guardian. The album ‘Healed By ...

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Blackberry Smoke announce UK tour

You have just caught their stormming set on the latest Later…with Jools Holland. Now you can catch Blackberry Smoke live on their next UK tour. The blues rockers are playing a 10-date tour in support of their upcoming album ‘Like An Arrow’ released on October 14th via Earache records. Dates are below: Mon 27th Mar – OXFORD O2 Academy Tue 28th ...

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Review: SHVPES – Pain. Joy. Ecstasy. Despair

The sheer energy exhumed by this latest instalment by SHVPES gives you a very good understanding of what it would be like to see them live. You can imagine the Birmingham boys jumping all over the stage, commanding the bouncing crowds with ease as you’re sat at home naturally bobbing your head along to this eleven track debut album. That ...

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