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10 Times Rock and Metal Met Wrestling

If you watched Wrestlemania, NXT Takeover, ROH Supercard of Hour, or any other wrestling event over the weekend you may have picked up a ‘rock n roll’ or party vibe to it, this is nothing new. Rock and wrestlling have went hand-in-hand for decades. Records of the world of professional wrestling mixing with the music industry goes as far back ...

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New Gus G Album is… Fearless!

Greek guitar hero Gus G has a new album titled Fearless out on April 20th through AFM records. Establishing his credentials with power metal band Firewind, and taking in a tour of duty with death metal act Arch Enemy, it was as part of Ozzy Osbourne’s band that the guitarist found wider fame. With Fearless G goes the power trio route ...

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Download 2018: Guns N Roses and Avenged Sevenfold announced as headliners

If Ozzy Osbourne himself wasn’t exciting enough for next year’s Download –  Both Avenged Sevenfold and Guns N Roses have been announced as for the 2018 festival. Although Guns N Roses have played Download Festival in 2006, this is the first time the ‘classic’ line-up including Slash, Duff McKagen et al, have played Donnington Park since 1988 (as part of ...

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OZZY OSBOURNE

OZZY OSBOURNE Announced As First Download Headliner!

Download Festival has announced their first headliner for next years festival! The Price of Darkness, Ozzy Osborne will be gracing the famous stage at Donington once again. We knew that wouldn’t be the last we saw of Ozzy as he played for the last time as Black Sabbath, just last year! This year Ozzy will headline the Sunday night. The ...

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RAMzine Issue 11 – Hard Rock Hell, End of Salvation & more!

Issue 11 is here! This time featuring a 5-page spread on Hard Rock Hell! Representing this on the from cover are Soil and Vodun. Even though Soil were added to the festival last minute, that played a standout performance for what is usually a quiet slot. Vodun from London describe themselves as afro, heavy, psych, soul – they were unlike anything else ...

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Black Sabbath as headliners for Download 2016

Heavy metal pioneers Black Sabbath have been announced as Saturday headliners for next year’s Download festival. This follows the news the mighty Iron Maiden are to headline the festival on Sunday the 12th of June. Ozzy and and co have headlined the festival previously in 2005 and 2012. Check out this classic performance of ‘Snow Blind’ from 1978: This is ...

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Red Dragon Cartel New Single & Tour

Former Ozzy Osbourne and Badlands guitarist, Jake E. Lee and his new band Red Dragon Cartel play the UK this coming June. Red Dragon Cartel’s eponymous debut album was released by Frontiers Records on January 27th, while the new single, Deceived, will be released in the UK on Monday February 10th. Click on the link below for a video preview: ...

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Black Sabbath stream ‘God is Dead?’

Black Sabbath have begun streaming the first single from their upcoming album, 13, entitled God Is Dead?. Check out the track below! 13 will be released June 10th on Vertigo Records. It will be Black Sabbath‘s first album since 1995’s Forbidden and the band’s first with original frontman Ozzy Osbourne since 1978’s Never Say Die. Black Sabbath will also be embarking ...

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Black Sabbath to debut new track on CSI

Pioneers of heavy metal Black Sabbath have announced they will debut a new song from their upcoming album, 13, on the classic crime drama CSI: Crime Scene Investigation. The boys will be performing their new song on the season finale of the latest series of CSI set to air May 15th on CBS. Ozzy, Tony and Geezer have all been ...

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Black Sabbath – Paranoid

We’ve been through this all before. Black Sabbath were the first heavy metal band. Working the “diminished 5th” chord, or “tri-tone”, they created a sound that was simply more evil and heavy than their predecessors on their self titled 1970 debut release. However, it was with October 1970’s “Paranoid” that the band began to explore more commercial avenues, while still ...

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