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GOO GOO DOLLS Play It Cool In The Heatwave at London’s Brixton Academy

Brixton’s O2 Academy is pretty warm at the best of times. In the midst of a heatwave? It’s probably on a level with a circle of hell. Thankfully, Goo Goo Dolls had arrived to provide a heavenly set in contrast. Even the bar was in on the action, serving up a special ‘Drink Named Goo’ cocktail. Scottish three-piece The Xcerts ...

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At World's End

Review: At World’s End – Emptiness Follows

From the garden of England comes the five piece metal band who go by the name At World’s End and no, they’re not named after a pub in Camden. Over the years At World’s End has gone through some personnel changes. Partly as a result of these, the Kent guys are about to embark on a total re-brand, a change ...

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Check out the line-up for the first-ever Fire and Forge Festival

Previously known as Rock Diabetes festival, Fire and Forge Festival is back this September for it’s seventh iteration with a plethora of bands over two day festival in Trowbridge near Bath. The festival raises awareness about type 1 diabetes, hence their previous name, raising funds towards the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation [JDRF]. This year features the mighty Feed The Rhino, ...

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don-broco

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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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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Paramore

Paramore’s Tour 3 – All Killer, Too Much Filler?

Now, after about twelve years of being a fan of Paramore, just the very thought of seeing Hayley Williams and the gang live for the first time was enough to send shivers down my spine and throw uncontrollable feelings of excitement through my stomach. My deep desire for them to play the entirety of All We Know Is Falling (their absolute ...

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Savage Messiah - Hands of Fate

Savage Messiah – Hands of Fate

Been to a metal show in the UK recently? You might be aware of Savage Messiah, an English band that is far, far beyond any ‘rising’, ‘new’ or ‘fresh’ labels at this point given their near ten-year history, extensive touring past and now their fourth full-length release – Hands of Fate. Savage Messiah are upfront, loud and proud about their ...

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Citizen - As You Please

Review: Citizen – As You Please

Ask any fan of Citizen to pick an album from their back catalogue and the chances are you will be told to listen to their 2013 release Youth. Ever since the release of that album, Citizen has had the musical equivalent of Mount Everest to climb to top the emotion, love and critical acclaim they received from it. So, four years ...

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The Young Hearts - Honestly, I Was Just Thinking

Review: The Young Hearts – Honestly, I Was Just Thinking

These four alternative rockers from Deal, Kent have their upcoming EP release on September 29th entitled Honestly, I’m Just Thinking through Primordial Records. Although the album is only four tracks long you can get a very good idea of what it would be like to see The Young Hearts perform. Each song is rammed full of energy with the light nimble ...

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RAMzine 14

RAMzine Issue 14 – Download Festival, Bad Sign, Moscow

RAMzine Issue 14 is out now! How is your festival season going? We have been on a good run so far! This issue includes Download Festival, Stone Free, Breaking Bands and Teddy Rocks. As we move into July we are looking forward to Tech Fest, 2000Trees, Bloodstock, MetalDays, Ramblin’ Man, and Reading Festival. Let us know in the comments section ...

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