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Mallory Knox ‘Wake Up’ Single Out Today!

Mallory Knox new single ‘Wake Up’ is Out Today! The bands previous single ‘Death Rattle’ peaked at no.20 in the official UK Rock & Heavy Metal Singles chart. Today the band posted on twitter saying: “Wake Up is creeping up the itunes rock chart. Please keep buying it and help us get as high as possible!” At only 79p this ...

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Sylosis Announce UK Headline Tour January 2013

Reading  metallers SYLOSIS have just announced a UK tour for January 2013. The band have had a busy year after touring the US with Lamb Of God, and they have been getting ready to release new album “Monolith” which is OUT TODAY! The eagerly anticipated new material is a concept album inspired by aspects of Greek Mythology. Guitarist/Vocalist Josh Middleton says: ...

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METAL CHURCH Reunion On Board 70000TONS OF METAL!

American Heavy metal band METAL CHURCH are to have a reunion show on board 70000TONS OF METAL! With Ronny Munroe on vocals, Kurdt Vanderhoof and Jay Reynolds on guitars, Steve Unger on bass, and Jeff Plate on drums, this is going to an amazing event! They are set to play not just 1 but 2 shows on board the “Majesty of the Seas”. ...

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Fearless Vampire Killers ‘Exploding Heart Disorder’ Single Review

Here at RAMzine we don’t normally review singles, but today we have made an exception because we can’t emphasize enough how much you should go out and buy this one. In just a few weeks’ time, Fearless Vampire Killers will be releasing their double A-side single ‘Exploding Heart Disorder’ which features the title track and the infinitely amazing ‘Palace In ...

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Spanish metal band Kilmara have started recording their third album

Spanish metal band Kilmara have started recording their third album “Love Songs And Other Nightmares”  with producer Roland Grapow in his Slovakia based studio. The album will include guests such as Dave Imbernön from Enuma Elish on keyboards and Kaleb from young Spanish pagan death metal band Drakum on the violin. The band stated on their decision to work with Roland: “After looking into some alternatives ...

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ENSLAVED Announce 2013 UK Tour

Norway band Enslaved who have just released their new album ‘Riitiir’ through Nuclear Blast, have now announced a UK Tour in March of 2013! The band have also been announced to play Hammer festival. UK Tour Dates Thur 14th March 2012                   Moho, Manchester, UK Fri 15th March                                   Hammerfest, North Wales, UK Sat 16th March                                  Button Factory, Dublin, Eire Sun ...

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Wanderer ‘Into the Abyss’ Album Review

From the deep depths of nowhere, Wanderer has been re-released from its 2005 release to capture the ‘rare recording of dark and atmospheric black metal’, that was ruined in the original pressing of the album. Although upon listening, it’s safe to say that it may have well just have been left in the bin and forgotten about. Starting off with ...

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OPM INTERVIEW @ The Independent in Sunderland

Team RAM went down to The Independent in Sunderland a few weeks back to speak to OPM on their 13th anniversary UK tour. Interviewer Neale Greever talks to the band about what it feels like to be playing their hits eleven years since their original release as well as what they think about the rise in popularity of reggae/ska genre. ...

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Heyward Howkins ‘Hale & Hearty’ Album Review

Combining pop, folk, rock and narrative song writing, the début release from Heyward Howkins ‘The Hale & Hearty’ features songs grounded in his local (Philadelphia, PA) surroundings, but his mellow songs also meander, sometimes more by chance, into whimsically imaginative worlds. Heyward first gleaned attention in the early 2000s as the lead guitarist for ‘The Trouble With Sweeney’. Howkins is ...

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Yellowtooth ‘Disgust’ Album Review

Take a bit of Clutch’s Blast Tyrant album, mix that with copious amounts of fuzz, some Weedeater and then maybe take George Fisher’s vocals but with added Southern seasoning, and you have something close to Disgust. Throughout the whole album the influences from other doom and stoner bands are pretty evident and in your face, especially Clutch. I know I ...

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