Tag Archives: metalcore

36 Crazyfists

Interview: Brock Lindow of 36 Crazyfists “It’s beyond the music it’s a brotherhood”

Just exactly what lead us to a dark, dingy and altogether dodgy looking staircase behind Bristol’s SWX with the 36 Crazyfists’ main man Brock Lindow is anyone’s guess – but here we are. For the Anchorage metalcore enforcers it’s their first date on the UK leg of their European tour supporting Bury Tomorrow. Riding shotgun this time around, by no ...

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36crazyfists

Bury Tomorrow, 36 Crazyfists, Cane Hill, Crystal Lake – Some of our generation’s finest metalcore!

Though it’s arse clatteringly cold outside,  inside the venue is heating the fuck up with some of our generation’s finest metalcore. Kicking off with Japan’s own Crystal Lake who lay down solid riffs that loosen up the cogs in the machine tonight. Firmly planting the seeds for their future, they do well to make an impression on the crowd this ...

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Caliban - Elements

Review: Caliban – Elements

The German metalcore band are back with a brand new thirteen-track-album, entitled Elements. Let us delve into this their eleventh studio album! I’m not going to pretend I have been a dedicated Caliban listener in the past, I’ve heard a few songs but for whatever reason, I never have taken the steps to explore them further. My brother introduced me ...

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our hollow our home

Hartsick Tour Live Review – Our Hollow Our Home

Our Hollow Our Home formed in 2013 and blasted onto the Hampshire metalcore scene in 2015 with their debut EP //Redefine. There’s been a relatively long hiatus since the release of //Redefine, and patient fans have been well rewarded with an album set to place them firmly on the scene map in 2017. You can read our album review of ...

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Our Hollow Our Home - Hartsick

Review: Our Hollow Our Home – Hartsick

Southampton’s metalcore heavyweights Our Hollow Our Home recently announced the release date for their long-awaited debut album, Hartsick. Fans had been left on tenterhooks for a full album since the release of 2015’s submersive Redefine EP, and have enjoyed the tantalising drip feeding of Hartsick singles over recent months. Now, the loyal and the steadfast have been rewarded with a ...

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Killswitch Engage release new track ‘Cut Me Loose’

American metalcore favourites Killswitch Engage have announced a new single from their new album, Incarnate. Cut Me Loose is the third single taken from the album which received rave reviews upon release. Check out the video for the new track here: Killswitch Engage will also be making a welcome return to UK shores this November as they provide main support to our very ...

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Architects Announce UK tour

To celebrate and promote the release of ‘All Our Gods Have Abandoned Us’, British metalcore quintet Architects have announced a full U.K tour for November which is set to include their largest ever headline show at Brixton Academy. Tickets are due on general release on May 27 th (10am sale). The dates are: Fri 11 Nov – Birmingham, O2 Institute Sat 12 Nov ...

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Motionless in White + New Years Day + Silent Screams @ The Underworld Camden

Following the horrific events that transpired in Paris last December, Motionless in White joined the long list of bands that were sadly forced to postpone and cancel gigs due to safety issues. RAMzine were therefore chuffed to hear that the Scranton’s most ghoulish of guys would be rescheduling and bringing the Beyond the Barricade tour back to the UK and ...

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Attention All Motionless In White Fans – UK Dates In November & December Selling Fast!

Following on from their biggest year to date, including a #9 spot on the US Billboard album chart with ‘Reincarnate’, Scranton’s malevolent metalcorers MOTIONLESS IN WHITE will be returning to our shores this November / December for a gloriously intimate tour. You asked for stripped back and up close and personal – well, you’ve got it! Frontman Chris Motionless had this ...

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Bring Me The Horizon Live @ Wembley Arena Friday 5th December 2014

After laying complete waste to Camden’s The Underworld in front of 500 rabid punters just days earlier, Sheffield’s Bring Me The Horizon look set to take on a slightly less intimate venue tonight in the form of Wembley. Tonight will mark the final date of a worldwide tour spanning almost two years promoting 2013’s masterpiece Sempiternal. The sheer devotion directed ...

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