Tag Archives: EP

Lower Lands Release New EP ‘Canvas’ For Free Download

Lincolnshire alt-rock quartet Lower Lands have released their new EP Canvas for free. You can download the EP from HERE. Recorded at The Ranch Production House in the South of England, Canvas is the band’s sophomore EP and was released via I Am Mighty Records. You can watch the video for the EP’s lead single, Eat The Rich below: You can catch Lower Lands at ...

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God Damn Release new video for ‘Heavy Money’

Wolverhampton trio God Damn have released a video for their new single Heavy Money set to be the title track from their upcoming EP due for release on June 17th . The video, directed by Benjimin Parry, features a homeless superhero and can be viewed below! God Damn are currently touring the UK, playing the following dates: May 25 – ...

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Dropout Dan – Forever, Instead EP Review

Cambridgeshire-born Daniel O’Dell, aka Dropout Dan, began writing songs from an early age, describing his sound as acoustic lyrical rock with a twist. ‘Forever, Instead’, this year’s follow-up to his 2011 debut EP ‘Do You Remember’, consists of five tracks that showcase Dan’s innovative take on acoustic music. Opening track ‘Oh Little Red’ features a breathy, ethereal sound to the ...

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RAMzine Introduces… Beneath the Wake

Deathcore is, of course, not to everybody’s taste. Certainly, images of early Bring Me the Horizon have been known to induce seizures to some of the metal community, but in my eyes there are some modern bands such as Upon a Burning Body, Chelsea Grin and Whitechapel (who don’t actually consider themselves to be ‘deathcore’ but I’m including them anyway) have ...

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Anthrax ‘Anthems’ EP Review

Thrash behemoths Anthrax return after 2011’s ‘Worship Music’ which was pretty damned good! But interestingly its not new material its an EP of covers that they particularly loved in the 70’s… Single covers and metal bands have had a fraught relationship at best, so to release more than one is brave but is it another ‘The Spaghetti Incident?’ Where we ...

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Death By Ki’s ‘The Right of Might’ EP Review

Energetic, pounding and full of talent, Death By Ki’s new EP The Right of Might is truly brilliant. Opening with ‘Like Oxygen To Fire’, the tone is set for the majority of this album – loud, with vocals that are like Azaelia Banks and Corey Taylor caught in a blender, and an awesome guitar solo every time the tempo changes. ...

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Snuff Release New Album

Punk band Snuff released their first album in 8 years. Called 5-4-3-2-1…Perhaps? it is available for download now. The album was released on Fat Wreck Chords Snuff have been on hiatus since the release of their greatest hits double album in 2005, with all of the members pursuing solo projects. Starting off as a tour EP, 5-4-3-2-1… Perhaps? was first ...

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Race Car Hearts ‘Tender/Vicious’ EP Review

An incredibly intense EP, Race Car Hearts give us their beautiful debut Tender/Vicious. Opening the EP is their latest single ‘Pins’, and it is very unusual for a song to make us go, ‘Oh my god this is awesome’, but it did (Just ask RAMzines Editor-In-Chief Vicky – We were chatting when the link kicked in, I was blown away ...

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MaelstroM ‘It was Predestined’ EP Review

MaelstroM have claimed that they have created a kind of hybrid sub-genre, by fusing thrash, death, power, and prog-metal together. Their legendary EP ‘It Was Predestined’ was originally distributed underground in 2008-2009. But in October 2012 it was officially released – by Los Angeles’ Itchy Metal Entertainment (IME) On the release of the recording, IME President Ed Fassio commented: “To ...

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Future Shock ‘Future Shock’ EP Review

Future Shock is a brand new hard rock project born in the early part of 2011 in London, UK. The stated intent of this band is to reintroduce the power and vitality of the 80s and 90s rock music with a personal touch. The band have now released their self titled EP, produced by Mel Gabbitas (who has worked with such ...

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