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FVK announce final show

RIP FVK Following the departure of vocalist/ guitarist Kier Kemp – FVK (Fearless Vampire Killers) decided ti call it a day. They have announced their farewell show, alongside Kier, will be at London’s Underworld on October 30th. The band released in this statement: “It’s always difficult knowing how to close the book on something that was so important. Despite various emotions ...

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Ashestoangels reveal new video ‘Down We Go’

Just before one of the biggest performances of their career at Download Festival this weekend – goth-punks Ashestoangels treat us to the new video for ‘Down We Go’. Check out the video below: Vocalist Crilly comments on the choice of song: “I wanted to write an anthem, something for people to scream their lungs out to. Something for festivals. This ...

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RAMzine Issue 8 – Hammerfest, Cradle of Filth, Anti-Clone, AshesToAngels!

RAMzine Issue 8 is here! This issue is our biggest yet, jam-packed with content! We have traveled to Wales quite a few times over the last month for the HRH events, as we cover Hammerfest, HRH AOR, HRH Prog (check out our HRH Blues review online soon!). We catch up with Dani Filth as he stops by Hammerfest to play ...

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Ashestoangels reveal video for ‘Not In My Name’

Rising Bristolian goth-punks Ashestoangels have released a video for single ‘Not In My Name’ taken from their upcoming album How To Bleed released April 15th. Check out the video below: How To Bleed was recorded at Hell’s Half Acre in Seattle with Aiden front-man William Control. Vocalist Crilly had this to say about the video for ‘Not In My Name’: ...

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Ashestoangels, New Years Day and more added to Camden Rocks 2016

Revelling in the success of their recent tour run supporting Aiden, UK rockers Ashestoangels have been announced as a latest addition to the 2016 edition of Camden Rocks Festival. The band will be bringing the noise on Saturday 4th June and will join the 200 strong lineup that also includes the likes of Sikth, Young Guns and We Are The Ocean. ...

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Live Review: Aiden, Think Tank?, Newcastle

Do you remember what you were doing in 2005? What was on your MySpace page? The first YouTube video you EVER saw? When you thought you said bye to Star Wars and introduced to a new Batman? 2005 was also the year Aiden released ‘Nightmare Anatomy’ -their most celebrated album of their career. Something we will hear live for the ...

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Ashestoangels announce details of new album

Ashestoangels are currently in the studio with Aiden frontman William Control at Hell’s Half Acre in Seattle. The release is expected early this year and will be the follow up to the 2014 release ‘Horror Cult‘. Ashestoangels will be specials guests on ‘The Last Sunrise Tour’ with Aiden in January 2016 across the UK, including the previously announced extra dates ...

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Ashestoangels 4th album will be released in 2016

After laying waste to 2015, frightfully fantastic four-piece Ashestoangels have announced the first details of their eagerly awaited fourth studio album. The Bristol natives’ as yet untitled album is currently in the final stages of being recorded on location at Hell’s Half Acre in Seattle with the Godfather of Goth William Control. With a new single expected in early January, we can expect the ...

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Aiden – Live DVD to be filmed with additional tour dates

In the days when Facebook was in its infancy and MySpace ruled the net, a genre of music had rode in on this online world with bands like Aiden. In 2005 we saw the release of Aidens debut album ‘Nightmare Anatomy‘ which was heard in almost every teenagers room worldwide. Fast forward to January 2016 and you’ll find yourself in ...

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Aiden announce 2016 UK tour

After the release of their fantastic new album, and reissue of their back catalogue, Aiden have announced several live dates around the UK to celebrate. The Seattle goth-punks will be joined by ‘New Grave’ pioneers Ashestoangels and newcomers Never Found on the following dates: January 16th Manchester – Sound Control 17th Newcastle – Think Tank? 18th Glasgow – Cat House ...

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