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Black Peaks

Interview with Black Peaks “This year is about getting out there”

Following the release of their exceptional second album All That Divides, Black Peaks ventured across the UK on a short headline run of dates with support from Phoxjaw. Having just finished their run supporting Enter Shikari. We caught up with front man Will at Reading University Students’ Union. RAMzine: So, firstly, how do you describe the sound of Black Peaks? Will: Heavy, Progressive, Hardcore, Post-Rock, ...

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Review: Immolated Moth – The Broken Mind

Before I started listening to Immolated Moth to provide a review, I was instantly struck by the title of the EP, ‘The Broken Mind’. I, like many others, suffer with depression and anxiety, and each day proves to be a battle unlike the previous day, and I often struggle to win against my inner demons. So having that in my ...

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Live review: Psycroptic, Scarred, The Infernal Sea, & Conjurer

Peterborough has seen a sad time over the past five years with the closure of one of our few venues suited for rock and metal, but thanks to a few local promoters with a taste for metal, the scene is slowly stirring with life again. This gig put together by Camblast Promotions and Belligerent Promotions at The Met Lounge was ...

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Raven Black Night Announce New Album

Australia’s own Raven Black Night have announced they will be releasing their new album, Barbarian Winter, on February 18th via Metal Blade Records. For those of you that aren’t so familiar with Raven Black Night; these guys formed in 1997 and committed themselves to bringing their traditional style of metal to a worldwide audience. They released their debut album Choose ...

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CHAPEL OF DISEASE ‘SUMMONING BLACK GODS’ ALBUM REVIEW

Death metal lot, Chapel of Disease, are bringing forth their first album of their career in the fabled apocalyptic year of 2012. You may recognise these guys from their 2011 demo, Death Evoked, but if not then don’t worry; their debut album Summoning Black Gods is definitely a good place to start. From the beginning, we’re introduced to a blend ...

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