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spyder

Spyder Byte – Road To Bloodstock 2017

Next on our series of interviews and features are unsigned Kent sleaze-metallers Spyder Byte. make sure you check them out on Bloodstock’s famous bar-come-stage combo – The Jagermeister Stage. This stage has hosted the likes of Phil Campbell and Knock Out Kaine in the past, and welcome a whole new roster of bands in 2017. We spoke to vocalist Daniel ...

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wind rose

Wind Rose on the Road to Bloodstock 2017

Bloodstock 2017 is just on the horizon, and the full line-up is ready and in place. One thing some fans forget is that there are bands performing on the Thursday night before the festival officially starts, in the past, we have had fantastic performances from the likes of Phil Campbell, ArnoCorps, and Bull Riff Stampede. 2017 sees headliners Battle Beast, ...

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Download Festival 2016

Download 2017 begins, and will be one for the ages.

This year’s Download may be the most unpredictable and important yet. With live music being targetted by attacks earlier this year in Manchester, Rock AM Ring being evacuated, and not forgetting the Paris attacks in 2015. Security is being extra vigilant, which means we will be extra safe. No matter what happens – they can’t bring stop the Download crowd ...

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Wednesday 13

Wednesday 13 lives out his own funeral in the video for ‘Condolences’

Some of you may be looking forward to the horror-punk icon Wednesday 13 at Download next weekend, in the mean time we get to see his funeral. Or at least what it might look like in Wednesday 13’s new video ‘Condolences’. This is the title track from the new album released on June 2nd, via Nuclear Blast. Check out the ...

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techfest

UK Tech-Fest returns to Nottingham’s Newark Showground

If you’re a fan of the complex and intelligent designs of technical death metal (often shortened to just “tech metal”), then no doubt there’s one festival in particular this year you’ll be keeping your eye on…and it’s right around the corner. With a small army of sponsors (including Carillion Guitars, Strandberg and Stay Close Clothing),UK Tech-Fest returns from 6th-10th July ...

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devilment

Bloodstock adds Devilment and many other bands to 2017 line-up

Ten more bands have been added to the already classic Bloodstock 2017 line-up.  This includes Devilment, lead by iconic metal vocalist Dani Filth.  The band had this to say about the festival: “Obviously the band are really looking forward to playing the festival, and as a English band it will definitely be an honour to play the main stage on ...

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courtesans

Bloodstock 2017 adds 6 more bands including Winterfylleth and Courtesans

As festival season draws closer – more and more bands are being announced for various festivals across the board.  Bloodstock is no different adding one more band to the main stage and five to it’s famous Sophie Lancaster stage. On the main stage are anthemic black-metallers Winterfylleth While classic metallers Dendera join the Friday line up for the Sophie stage ...

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Phil Campbell feat

Interview: Phil Campbell and The Bastard Sons – Bloodstock 2016

No stranger to Bloodstock having played here in 2014 on the  Jagermeister stage, not to say he is fresh to this as he played in the legendary Motorhead for 30 years (as you may know) as well as many other bands. Sadly at the end of 2015 we lost the legend that is Lemmy. Dedicating his set to the great ...

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Gojira feat

Bloodstock 2016 Highlights: Saturday

It’s funny to think by Saturday morning you are halfway through a festival. The fun keeps coming as the sun keeps on shining over Catton Park for the remaining two days of the most epic Bloodstock ever… This is part 2 of out Bloodstock-Open-Air 2016 highlights, with the full review featuring in issue 10 of RAMzine (due early September). If ...

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2000trees

Live: 2000 Trees Festival 2016

“You only have 52 weekends a year – make 7-9th July count”. Alright 2000 Trees, we definitely did just that. In a world of big corporate festivals, it’s incredibly exciting to see an independent fest organised by a group of mates hit its tenth anniversary – particularly with the likes of Hevy falling by the wayside in the cutthroat UK ...

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