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Dropout Dan – Forever, Instead EP Review

Cambridgeshire-born Daniel O’Dell, aka Dropout Dan, began writing songs from an early age, describing his sound as acoustic lyrical rock with a twist. ‘Forever, Instead’, this year’s follow-up to his 2011 debut EP ‘Do You Remember’, consists of five tracks that showcase Dan’s innovative take on acoustic music. Opening track ‘Oh Little Red’ features a breathy, ethereal sound to the ...

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Alkaline Trio Premiere New Single

Alkaline Trio have premiered new single I Wanna Be A Warhol, with a lyric video on YouTube. The song will feature on the band’s upcoming ninth studio album, due for release this year. Check out the song and lyric video here:

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S.E.A.S.O.N.S. reveal album clips!

Berkshire lads S.E.A.S.O.N.S. have just released a clip of their upcoming album ‘We Are One’. The band are due to release the album this summer, 2013. RAMzine did an introducing on S.E.A.S.O.N.S last year, which you can read HERE! The band told RAMzine: “We are really excited about the album, its’s been a long time in the making and we ...

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New video from What Now!

South African band What Now have released a new sexual video for new track ‘Move Like A Sinner’. The track is taken from their forthcoming album also tittled ‘Move Like A sinner’. The new album is set for release this March 11th! via Hey & Argh Records. Catch them live while you can, as the band are due to play just 1 ...

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THE TREATMENT CONFIRM UK DATES WITH SLASH IN FEB / MARCH 2013…

The Treatment have landed themselves some amazing support slots in the past, having played support to Motorhead, Motley Crew, and Alice Cooper to name a few. So its really no surprise that will now be playing with rock God Slash! Front man Matt Jones said:  “We can’t wait to open for Slash featuring Myles Kennedy and the Conspirators. Slash and ...

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RAMzine Introduces…. The Ωmega Particle

The Ωmega Particle are a band hailing from Manchester, UK with a bit of a spark about them, to say the least. This talented bunch formed in July of 2011, impressing many with their debut EP Cremation of Worlds and they’re back with a vocalist change, and new material. Notorious for their whirlwind live presence, the lads bring a blend of metalcore to ...

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Deftones ‘Koi No Yokan’ Album Review

Deftones returned, for all intents and purposes, with their breathtakingly brilliant 2010 release Diamond Eyes. Having released two relatively sub-par albums in the period between this and the now modern classic White Pony, some had begun wondering if the band would ever release another truly great album again. Building on the successes of Diamond Eyes, Deftones returned to the studio ...

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RAMzine Introduces…… Villains!

When I first saw the dreaded facebook status that read Never Means Maybe was to be no more, I was truly upset by the news.  But then I thought about it and whilst Never Means Maybe had some great songs ‘Deus Ex Machina’ & most recently ‘The Tide’, there wasn’t a clear path for progression. Sometimes isn’t it just best ...

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RAMzine Introduces S.E.A.S.O.N.S

You’d be a fool to pass Reading 5 piece S.E.A.S.O.N.S off as just another band. Rather it is a collection of ideals and concepts that intend to show that music need not be confined to the boundaries expected by simply labelling them as ‘just another rock/metal band’. They intend to show that a single 5 minute track can be used ...

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KISS ‘Monster’ Album Review

Everyone knows KISS in some way shape or form. Usually it’s for the music, for the image or for the merchandise. They’re not a band anymore, they’re an international business brand. Fortunately, the glam rock band founded by Gene Simmons and Paul Stanley in January 1973, still place a very high value on producing quality music. This brand new album ...

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