Tag Archives: metal

Pengshui

PENGSHUi showcase a unique form in self-titled debut

PENGSHUi are a newer formation, but the men in the makeup of this trio are veteran composers with cultivated roots in a variety of genres. After a string of stand-out singles, the boys are ready to unleash a proper release onto the scene with their debut, self-titled album. This record is a bass driven, visceral force of attitude employing a ...

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Sylosis

Sylosis deliver a Cycle Of Suffering

Early next month dawns the arrival of two things. One of Britain’s’ leading metal bands will release their first album in nearly five years. Secondly, that very same band will start touring that new album just six days after it has been unleashed unto the world. Sylosis is back with their long-awaited fifth studio album Cycle of Suffering, their first studio ...

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My Dying Bride - Your Broken Shore

My Dying Bride — Ghost of Orion — The Interview

Over almost 30 years, West Yorkshire’s MY DYING BRIDE, formed in the ebbing summer of 1990 by vocalist Aaron Stainthorpe, with guitarist Andrew Craighan and the original drummer Rick Miah, have become England’s most doleful export and a worldwide phenomenon… the viziers of doom-death! But since Feel the Misery [2015] and a group of live shows that had to be canceled ...

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Bad Dog Break Out!

Anglesey-based rock band Bad Dog release  ‘Jupiter’, a new single through WDFD Records Ltd. It’s taken from their own recently released self-titled 4 track EP that’s currently still available for purchase or streaming. The four tracks featured on it have been described as: “Full of punchy riffs and power packed rhythm with nimble lead guitar, pulsating bass lines and catchy ...

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Bloodstock

BLOODSTOCK LINE-UP FINALISED!

Well it’s official, the Bloodstock line-up for 2019 has been finalised. With only three weeks to go, it hasn’t been easy but the board is set and these pieces are ready to unleash a wave of pure, unfiltered metal upon ones’ arse like no other festival on these isles can! Let’s break it down one last time, shall we? Last week ...

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Half-Life show no signs of decay on EP ‘I’ve Got To Survive’.

Many bands earn their spurs playing covers in venues of, shall we say, questionable suitability. Been there, done that back in ’79 at Tudhoe Working Men’s Club. A similar path, but in Italy, was the starting point for Half-Life except for this band: formed in 2015 by Andrea Lippi (vocals), Guerrino Mattioni (guitar) and Manolo Cogoni (drums) and Gianluca Olraitz ...

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Cursed Earth

Cursed Earth release The Deathbed Sessions

The moment we here at RAMzine saw that Australian head crushers Cursed Earth were about to drop a star-studded EP, our blackened hearts calloused hearts got racing like a cheetah on speed. All too often some great names have dropped from our scene for one reason or another and this looked all too likely for the Perth riff lords. Following ...

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Emil Bulls – You Should See Me In A Crown

Concurrent with the release of their new album Mixtape, Germany’s Emil Bulls drop a new single in the form of a Billie Eilish cover ‘You Should See Me In A Crown‘. Mixtape find the five man line-up giving their favourite rock and pop songs a metallic overhaul, alongside a signature sound that has made them one of the most independent, popular ...

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Camden Rocks

2019 CAMDEN ROCKS FESTIVAL

CAMDEN ROCKS FESTIVAL is an independent urban festival that presents over 400 of the best rock, indie, metal and punk bands. The showcases are held in more than twenty of Camden Town’s favorite venues, including the Electric Ballroom, Dingwalls, The Underworld and The Hawley Arms. The 2019 edition will feature the exuberant rock act Ash, the Essex poet & singer ...

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Whitechapel

The Valley by Whitechapel

After a three-year wait, the boys from Knoxville are back with their seventh studio album, The Valley. It is quite possible that there has never been a darker, more raw album ever conceived in the history of mankind. Phil Bozeman is quoted in the bio for this album as saying; “It’s all about me as a child, and some of ...

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