Tag Archives: Cancer Bats

Cancer Bats return to a thunderous welcome back!

Strange things have been occurring during the dates between 24th-27th April at the Camden Underworld… Yours truly received numerous reports of war wounds, madness, chaos, bloodshed, whiplash, hangovers, and bangovers. What the hell was happening down in the dark, sweaty lairs of the Underworld during this time?! Oh yeah… Cancer Bats had arrived back to the UK with not just ...

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Live Review: Cancer Bats, at Sub89 Reading

The first support band is Incite all the way from Phoenix, AZ. People should always show up for the first band, that’s how you discover awesome new bands such as these guys! I am immediately loving the brutality of this band. They have the sort of power and aggression that I crave from bands these days. Richie C on vocals ...

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Cancer Bats’ Liam Cormier to shave head for Cancer charity

Between 11th January and 21st February the Canadian rocker is going to be raising money for the Princess Margaret Cancer Foundation by shaving his head. He will get rid of the long locks on the 22nd of February, a day after the last date of their tour in Helsinki, Finland. Since first turning heads in 2006 with the release of their ...

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Cancer Bats: Making ‘Searching For Zero’

With the release of ‘Searching For Zero’ in the not so distant future – Cancer Bats add to the anticipation with an insight in to the making of their 5th studio record. Check out episode one and two and three of a series of webisodes about the making of the new record, right here! Having already launched videos for ‘Satellites’ ...

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Review: Cancer Bats – Searching for Zero

Cancer Bats have had a pretty unrelenting career path. From the blood and thunder of their breakthrough album ‘Hail Destroyer’ to the slowed down, hook filled choruses of the Sabbath worshipping ‘Dead Set on Living’, their star has continually been on the rise. Therefore, it wouldn’t have been a surprise if their latest album, ‘Searching for Zero’, saw them amping ...

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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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Cancer Bats new video ‘Satellites’

Cancer Bats will be making a highly anticipated return to the road next year following the release of new video ‘Satellites’ which much like the track itself, is freakin’ explosive. They’re back with a bang and ready to be back in the thick of it. The new video launch is just the start of big things to come in 2015 ...

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While She Sleeps and Cancer Bats Announce Co-Headline UK Tour!

While She Sleeps and Canada’s finest, Cancer Bats will be destroying venues across the UK in April 2015. Both bands are returning back this year with brand new albums set to be released in march of 2015. This will be While she sleeps second appearance since vocalist Loz Taylor under went throat surgery, and the first time Canadas Cancer Bats ...

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Cancer Bats, Sanguine, & Idiom @ Exeter

With the metal scene starting to diminish in Exeter, it was a relief to see something a bit different come this far south. With Canadian hardcore/punk crew Cancer Bats as headliners and a host of local bands as support, the show was sure to be packed out. First up, a small group from Exeter, known as Out Of Enemies. It’s ...

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49 More Bands Announced for Download Festival!

Festival announcements never fail to cheer us up, and boy do the Download team know how to keep us pleased! They’ve announced 49 more acts for the 2013 festival. Why 49? We don’t know either, but we’re not complaining! Iconic rockers Papa Roach will be making their fourth appearance at the festival on the main stage, alongside Rise To Remain, ...

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