Tag Archives: Reading Festival

Frank Carter And The Rattlesnakes

Reading Festival 2018 – The Rock Review

Reading now is not the Reading of the past. It’s no secret that rock fans have voiced their disapproval outload throughout the course of the last decade over the festival’s gradual integration into mainstream territory. In 2018, the feeling that rock and heavier acts are being swept to one side is understandable, though to be honest the situation isn’t as ...

Read More »

The Rock Guide To Reading and Leeds

For better or worse, Reading and Leeds have evolved into so much more than a rock festival. Nudging its way into the same ilk as V-fest, T In The Park or even Glastonbury, it does leave rock fans who have either been attending for years or are new to festivals scene in general in a bit of a pickle. Though ...

Read More »
Jimmy Eat World

Jimmy Eat World, The Amity Affliction – Reading & Leeds

Kasabian have been announced as the second headliner for the annual Reading and Leeds Festivals, which take place during the August Bank Holiday weekend. Also announced this morning is Arizona rockers Jimmy Eat World. It’s amazing to think that Jimmy Eat World have stood the test of time within the music industry, across 9 studio albums, whilst always having the same ...

Read More »

Ghost reveal brand new song, ‘Square Hammer’

Everyone’s favourite Swedish-satanic-rock-crew Ghost have revealed a brand new track. Square Hammer is widely thought to be our first taste of a promised new EP by the band that will feature “mostly covers”and due for release later this year. One of Ghost’s Nameless Ghouls commented: “We’re very proud of it. We’re obviously thrilled to be able to play something new. ...

Read More »

Clutch announce Winter UK tour

Groove-rock kings Clutch have revealed a bunch of UK dates for this December. On the heels of their Reading and Leeds Festival apperance, the group have announced they will be playing four UK shows bringing some killer supports with them. Valient Thorr will act as main support for the dates with Lionize as openers. Check out the dates below: 15.12.16 ...

Read More »

Red Hot Chili Peppers join James Corden for Carpool Karaoke

You may have seen various celebrities get into the car of comedian James Corden lately – but his ride with Californian funk-rockers Red Hot Chili Peppers is the most exciting yet! Ahead of their headlining sets at Reading and Leeds Festivals, Anthony Kiedis and the lads sing a long to their greatest hits. Check the video out below: The clip ...

Read More »

Kvelertak play like it’s ‘1985’

Kvelertak have made a huge noise since breaking into the big leagues, and now the Norwegian punk ‘n’ rollers return on form with their brand new single ‘1985‘, out now. Living up to their name Kvelertak (Norwegian for ‘chokehold’), they have proved a chokehold of their on in the scene, and their grip looks to tighten as ‘1985′ comes from ...

Read More »

Biffy Clyro, Fall Out Boy, Five Finger Death Punch announced for Reading & Leeds

Reading and Leeds have announced the final headliners of the weekend as a co-headline from Biffy Clyro and Fall Out Boy. Melvin Benn (promoter of Reading and Leeds Festival), commented: “This year really is a big one for Reading and Leeds. Five headliners across three days – it’s a first for us and the UK Festival scene. We’re always looking ...

Read More »

Live Review – Mini Mansions at Reading Festival 2015

What would it sound like if Queens of the Stone Age bassist Micheal Shuman picked up some drum sticks, a guitar and a microphone? The answer: Mini Mansions. And what would it look like? Well… pretty damn sleek. On keys Tyler Parkford sports a classic black tux, Shuman wears a 007 style all-white number and guitarist Zach Dawes dons a ...

Read More »

Black Foxxes – A sound that is maybe needed!

RAMzine caught up with Black Foxxes at Reading Festival 2015. The trio although fairly new have been gaining a lot of attention. In their words “we have a sound that is maybe needed, and people are picking up on that”. The band released an EP back in November ‘Pines’. Talking of the reaction to the EP Mark Holley (Guitar/Vocal)  tells ...

Read More »