Tag Archives: Feed The Rhino

Check out the line-up for the first-ever Fire and Forge Festival

Previously known as Rock Diabetes festival, Fire and Forge Festival is back this September for it’s seventh iteration with a plethora of bands over two day festival in Trowbridge near Bath. The festival raises awareness about type 1 diabetes, hence their previous name, raising funds towards the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation [JDRF]. This year features the mighty Feed The Rhino, ...

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Atreyu, Feed The Rhino, Against Me!, Babymetal, announced for Reading & Leeds!

Reading and Leeds have released their biggest announcement yet! Adding Feed The Rhino, Against Me!, Babymetal, and over 60 other acts! The festival headlined by the mighty METALLICA, on the Saturday, also features: Limp Bizkit, Bring Me The Horizon, Royal Blood, Alexisonfire, Pierce The Veil, The Gaslight Anthem, Panic! At The Disco, All Time Low, Mastodon, Atreyu, and loads more! ...

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FEED THE RHINO ‘New Wave’ Live Video

If you don’t know FEED THE RHINO then you’re missing out! Hailing from Kent, they dont fit in the conventional categories of music. They are, as hard as it is to believe, true to themselves! Inventive and unique! Their album ‘The Sorrow and The Sound’ (out now on Siege Of Amida Records) throws together the groove of Pantera, the sinister ...

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Live Review: Feed The Rhino

Above photo by Chris James Ryan Photography The intimate Underworld venue in Camden town was full to the brim on Friday evening as hardcore band from Kent Feed The Rhino took to the stage as part of their current UK tour. Having only recently released their new album ‘The Sorrow and The Sound‘ we would expect a road test of ...

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Feed The Rhino will sign your stuff + NEW VIDEO

About to head out on tour, UK hardcore outfit Feed The Rhino have given fans the chance to get up close and personal with them (not in that way) with the announcement of an in store signing this week. The band have recently released a killer new record ‘The Sorrow and The Sound’ which includes a heap of fresh new ...

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Interview with Feed The Rhino at Butserfest 2014

With their latest album ‘The Sorrow And The Sound’ hitting us back in June, and soon to embark on the killer tour with Night Verses and Baby Godzilla, Feed The Rhino have been busy lads! Yet they still found a little time for RAMzine before their Butserfest performance…We caught up to chat about the album, tour, how the hell they ...

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Feed The Rhino announce UK Tour

Feed The Rhino have this week released the absolute curb crusher of an album ‘The Sorrow and The Sound’ released through Amida and Century Media! This week the band have also announced a run of UK tour dates, which are absolutely unmissable, trust us, these guys know how to put on a good live show! Night Verses and Baby Godzilla ...

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Review: Feed The Rhino – The Sorrow And The Sound

The difficult third album. It is often seen by bands as a point where some changes need to be made and they are not always good. There are an immeasurable number of bands that have gone too far down the rabbit hole of creativity and emerge at the other end with something that either taints or destroys what would otherwise have been a pivotal ...

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Feed The Rhino – New Video – New Album

We are absolutely massive Feed The Rhino fans here at RAMzine. We saw them play a mental set at Hammerfest this year to where singer Lee Tobin said to the crowd “You need to go fu*king ape sh*t” – and they did! We also caught up with the band recently at the 02 Academy Oxford, where Lee said “We have been ...

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Butserfest: Feed The Rhino, Sonic Boom Six, and More added to line-up

Joining the South’s premier youth festival are: Essex hardcore boys Feed The Rhino, Manchester ska-pop outfit Sonic Boom Six and Southampton band Our Hollow Our Home. They join the already glittering line-up including The Blackout, Kids In Glass Houses, Baby Godzilla and many more. Butserfest is an alcohol and drug free festival following correspondence from youth groups in East Hampshire ...

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