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Atreyu, Feed The Rhino, Against Me!, Babymetal, announced for Reading & Leeds!

Reading and Leeds have released their biggest announcement yet! Adding Feed The Rhino, Against Me!, Babymetal, and over 60 other acts! The festival headlined by the mighty METALLICA, on the Saturday, also features: Limp Bizkit, Bring Me The Horizon, Royal Blood, Alexisonfire, Pierce The Veil, The Gaslight Anthem, Panic! At The Disco, All Time Low, Mastodon, Atreyu, and loads more! ...

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Reading & Leeds Festival: Limp Bizkit, BMTH, Mastodon and many more added to line-up

As if the line-up wasn’t awesome enough, a shed-load of names were added to the billing of this year’s Reading and Leeds festivals. The third headline act joining  Metallica and Mummford & Sons, are The Libertines. Don’t worry, some more RAMzine favourites such as Limp Bizkit, Mastodon, Bring Me The Horizon, All Time Low, and Frank Turner – among many, ...

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All Time Low Announce UK Arena Tour With You Me At Six!

For some this will be a dream line-up! All-star pop-punk’s All Time Low co-headlining with British long-time famous You Me At Six! A match made in heaven, they are like twins for different continents. Whats more is that this is an arena tour! They will be partying across 5 dates in the UK next February. The tour is announced hot ...

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All Time Low add extra UK dates

Pop punk quartet All Time Low have revealed they are adding extra dates to their upcoming UK tour. The band will now be playing extra dates in Glasgow and Manchester as well as making a visit to Newcastle. Check out the updates tour schedule below! March 2014 08 – London – O2 Academy Brixton (SOLD OUT) 09 – Birmingham – ...

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All Time Low stream ‘Don’t Panic: It’s Longer Now’

British group All Time Low have begun streaming the new, deluxe edition of their latest album, Don’t Panic: It’s Longer Now. The new edition of the record, which was released on Monday, features 7 tracks of new material made up of 4 original songs and 3 acoustic versions of songs originally on the album. The physical release edition was limited ...

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All Time Low announce ‘Don’t Panic: It’s Longer Now!’ + new single

All Time Low have revealed they will be releasing a repackaged version of their newest album, Don’t Panic, later this month. The reissue, Don’t Panic: It’s Longer Now, will feature 7 tracks of new material; 4 original tunes and 3 acoustic versions of songs from the original release. The physical CD edition will also be limited to only 15,000 individually ...

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We Came As Romans stream ‘Tracing Back Roots’

We Came As Romans have begun streaming their upcoming album, Tracing Back Roots, in its entirety. The boys collaborated with renowned producer John Feldmann who has worked with All Time Low and Black Veil Brides in the past. Guitarist Joshua Moore commented on working with Feldmann: “It was honestly a dream come true for the band to be working with John Feldmann, ...

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The Summer Set Announce New Single and UK Tour!

Arizonan quintet The Summer Set had an awesome 2012 supporting the likes of Mayday Parade and We Are The In Crowd, as well as becoming the latest addition to the Fearless Records family. Kicking off the new year in style, the band have just unveiled their new music video for new single F*** U Over. Of the track, frontman Brian Dales ...

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LOWER THAN ATLANTIS UNLEASH MUSIC VIDEO!

2012 was a fantastic year for Hemel Hempstead rockers Lower Than Atlantis. The year saw them support the mighty Blink 182, play almost every summer festival and release their critically acclaimed follow up to 2011’s World Record. Titled Changing Tune, the band’s third album has been hailed as one of the best of the year just gone. To bring the ...

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FIRST ACTS ANNOUNCED FOR SLAM DUNK 2013!

All you pop punk, emo and ska fans are definitely in for a treat next year as Slam Dunk festival have announced the first batch of bands that will play the festival next year. In addition to the annual Leeds and Hatfield dates, to celebrate their eighth year in business, the festival has added an additional date that will take ...

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