Tag Archives: Black Magic

Jared James Nichols’ End of Time

Currently touring the UK as special guest to L.A. Guns; Wisconsin guitarist Jared James Nichols has just released his new single ‘End Of Time’. ‘End Of Time’ is taken from his latest album Black Magic, previously reviewed here at Ramzine, and there is also available to the new single that you can watch here. To read an interview with Jared James Nichols ...

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Stone Broken @ Islington Assembly Halls

Taking over the Assembly Halls are the next young guns of rock and roll. A trio of bands that have put in the work to craft their sound and grow themselves the support of many, the work is starting to show and the current tour is a great showcase to really project them to higher levels. Two classy, British acts ...

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Jared James Nichols at Ramblin’ Man Fair – “Black Magic is direct, raw, straight to the point”

Wisconsin-born, Los Angeles-based singer-songwriter and red-hot blues guitarist, Jared James Nichols returns this October with a new album Black Magic. He fronts a “power-trio” under his own name, with sounds based around the raw vision of late 1960s & early 1970s hard-rocking blues outfits such as Cream and Mountain. Over the last four years,  Jared James has shared stages with ...

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Jared James Nichols announces new album ‘Black Magic’

Fresh from wowing audiences as special guest during UFO’s recent UK tour, guitarist Jared James Nichols is gearing up for the release of his new album Black Magic on Friday 27th October Black Magic features 10 tracks: ‘Last Chance’, ‘The Gun’, ‘Don’t Be Scared’, ‘Honey Forgive Me’, ‘Home’, ‘Got To Have You’, ‘End Of Time’, ‘Run’, ‘Keep Your Light on Mama’ ...

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Review: Brimstone Coven – Black Magic

Genre: Dark Occult Rock Stoner doom with a hint of hard rock things just got serious. The sounds created by Brimstone Coven are nothing short of awe striking! Despite pulling in from past riffs of Sabbath and even sounding slightly Zeppelin in places, the band have managed to ingeniously stamp their mark on to the proceedings in such a clever ...

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Review: Motörhead – Black Magic

I have always thought that Motörhead should be their own sub-genre of rock music. A friend asked me recently, “How is the new album?” The only response I was able to give was, “It sounds like Motörhead”. The bands unique sound that has been there since day one, is still there with album 22, ‘Black Magic’. People say that if you ...

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