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Voice of Rock’s Special Guest… Laurence Jones

Currently touring the UK on his own in promotion of his new album, The Truth, the award-winning Laurence Jones has been announced as special guest on the Glenn Hughes Performs Classic Deep Purple Live nationwide tour this coming October. “It is an honour to be special guest on Glenn Hughes’ Classic Deep Purple Live UK tour this October,” said the young ...

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Godsmack – When Legends Rise

Godsmack are one of those dirty little secrets, a band I grew up with back in the late 90’s. I remember being a teen and in some store with second hand albums, extremely little in the way of rock or metal, but I did find the self titled release along with something else. Sitting down at home with a mate ...

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GHOST

Ghost showcase fourth album ‘Prequelle’ in press only playback

Last Tuesday, RAMzine was summoned by the clergy of the one and only Ghost for a one-off press only listen to their infinitely anticipated fourth album Prequelle. Despite the lack of presence from Ghost visionary Tobias Forge, the newly appointed Cardinal Copia or Papa 0 (pronounced “Nil” just to make it clear), given the marble gothic setting of London’s utterly ...

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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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Flickertail – Hurry Up And Wait

Flickertail hail from Sydney’s Inner West, but there’s apparently some Irish lineage in them too. They previously operated under the handle of The Bitter Sweethearts and drop names like Thin Lizzy, The Darkness and Oasis as inspiration if you filter that through a garage band you’re about on key. They operate on the catchy end of rock, tunes that by ...

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Tri State Corner Release Hero & New Video

Tri State Corner pre-empt the release their new album Hero on 27th April through Drakkar Entertainment with new video ‘Downfall’ that you can view here at Ramzine. Tri-State Corner began 13 years ago when ive guys from Greece, Poland and Germany set off to revolutionise the music scene by integrating a Greek lute (a Bouzouki), into their catchy rock songs, ...

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Dead City Ruins – Dirty Water Video

Australian rockers Dead City Ruins have released new song ‘Dirty Water’ on video and you can watch it here at Ramzine. ‘Dirty Water’ is taken from Dead City Ruins’ new album Never Say Die that will be released on 13th April through AFM Records. Tracks featured on Never Say Die are ‘Devil Man’, ‘Bones’, ‘Dirty Water’, ‘Rust And Ruin’, ‘The ...

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THE DEAD DAISIES – Burn It Down

The Dead Daisies keep up their charm and momentum on Burn It Down

Thanks to a number of stellar albums and glorious live performances all over the globe, The Dead Daisies have been on an upward spiral ever since the band was conceived and there can be absolutely no doubt that these guys have worked their asses off to get where they are today. Boasting a most impressive line-up consisting of rock royalty ...

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Laurence Jones Speaks… The Truth

Laurence Jones plays guitar. He’s played guitar and sang on some pretty big stages around the world, fronting his own band and supporting some major ones. Success has not eluded him in terms of record sales, and with a heady mix of rock, blues and pop to be found on his latest album The Truth his self-confidence is apparent. Ahead ...

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Palace of the King – Get Right With The Maker

Palace of the King  have just released ‘I Am the Storm’, their second single from their new album Get Right With The Maker due out on 23rd March through Golden Robot Records. The full track listing for  Get Right With The Maker has now been revealed as ‘I Am The Storm’, ‘It’s Been A Long Time Coming’, ‘Sold Me Down the River’, ‘A Dog ...

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