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Don Broco announce 2019 arena tour

Next year Brit-rockers Don Broco will be embarking on a UK arena tour including their biggest headline show yet at Wembley Arena. This is following on from the band’s latest album Technology and to help put the cherry on top Don Broco will be joined by Neck Deep and Issues just to help give that pop-punk and metalcore vibe. Technology was ...

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Download 2018: 6 acts you NEED to see on the Avalanche stage

According to their website, Download Festival’s Avalanche stage: “showcases the best in punk rock, post-hardcore and alt-rock,” We can get aboard that, for sure. To  us though Avalanche is the TRUE alternative to the rest of the festival which is filled to the brim with hard rock and metal (not that there’s anything wrong with that). This is like the ...

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PVRIS and Neck Deep to support Bring Me The Horizon on UK tour

Steel City metalcore legends Bring Me The Horizon are no doubt the band of the moment. After a stunning performance at this year’s Reading and Leeds festivals – Oli Sykes and co. have announced a huge UK tour. If that wasn’t enough, support comes from some of today’s biggest names in rock: PVRIS, Neck Deep and Beartooth PVRIS front-woman Lynn ...

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Review: Neck Deep – Life’s Not Out To Get You

The British pop punk scene has certainly been having a ‘moment’ over the past 18 months or so, with up-and-coming songmakers taking the lead from American pop punk, dirtying up the squeaky clean parts and giving it its own UK spin. Leading the tribe of the riff-driven bouncemakers are Wrexham’s Neck Deep, whose debut album Wishful Thinking made big waves last ...

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Reading & Leeds Festival: Limp Bizkit, BMTH, Mastodon and many more added to line-up

As if the line-up wasn’t awesome enough, a shed-load of names were added to the billing of this year’s Reading and Leeds festivals. The third headline act joining  Metallica and Mummford & Sons, are The Libertines. Don’t worry, some more RAMzine favourites such as Limp Bizkit, Mastodon, Bring Me The Horizon, All Time Low, and Frank Turner – among many, ...

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Slam Dunk Festival: First Announcement

Slam Dunk Festival is back with an absolute banger of an announcement! Slammy D, would not be Slammy D without a host of the finest pop-punk heroes around. Returning to the festival, and this time in the headline spot is You Me At Six, who rose to fame on Slam Dunks very own record label, with ‘Take Off Your Colours‘. ...

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Review: Hit The Deck Festival 2014

Hit The Deck Festival takes place yearly, playing a day each in Bristol and Nottingham. RAMzine were at the Nottingham leg of the festival, and here are our selected highlights… Hit The Deck always proves to have an interesting and diverse line-up, with a mixture of big name bands and up-and-comers, 2014’s festival proved no different. First off the bat, ...

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Festival Preview: Hit The Deck 2014

This Easter weekend scores of rock fans will be pouring out onto the streets of Bristol (Saturday 19th) and Nottingham (Sunday 20th). But this is no Easter egg hunt – instead, these hungry music lovers will be in search of riffs, sing-alongs and the odd beer (or five). With a lineup covering a diverse range of genres, Hit The Deck ...

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Neck Deep sign to Hopeless Records

Neck Deep have announced they have recently signed to Hopeless Records on a worldwide, 3 album contract. The lads first gained attention with their breakthrough single A Part Of Me just a year ago and have been seemingly unstoppable since. Lead singer Ben Barlow expressed his feelings on the new deal: “Perfect match really isn’t it; an indy label with ...

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Giants release ‘Skatepunk for Southbank’ compilation

Giants have released their very special Skatepunk for Southbank compilation for free download. As you may have read previously, Giants had recently announced they intended on making a special release to bring awareness to the LongLiveSouthbank campaign which was set up to oppose plans to turn the much loved skate park into a retail area. Since then, many artists have ...

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