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Bloodstock 2018: Wednesday 13, Mr. Big, and Suicidal Tendencies and more announced

Just when you thought the UK’s biggest extreme metal festival couldn’t get any better – it does! Bloodstock Open Air has got three times more awesome by adding four huge bands to the 2018 line-up…. Duke of Spook, shock-rocker, horror-punk Wednesday 13 makes his first appearance at Catton Park on Friday Also on Friday are thrash-crossover legends Suicidal Tendencies, playing ...

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Blog: When SlipKnot came to the capital

This is the first of a new style of live coverage. The RAMzine blogs will be accounts of fans and team members at the big gigs around the world. This will be a personal account and different to the usual live review. Don’t worry, the traditional reviews are still being published but you may see more blogs popping up from ...

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Motorhead’s Motorboat 2nd annual line-up announced

After all the fun of the inaugural Motorboat last year, Motorhead have announced the line-up for this year’s cruise which will set sail on September 28th and return on October 2nd. Known as “The loudest boat in the world” – Motorhead’s Motorboat will take place on the Norweigen Sky, departing Port Miami and stopping at Nassau and the Great Stirrup ...

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Suicidal Tendencies announce London show

Suicidal Tendencies have announced a one-off UK show in support of their first studio album in over 13 years, 13. The band will play at London’s Electric Ballroom on Sunday July 7th with support from fellow thrashers Evile. Tickets will be priced at £19.50 and are available from here. Suicidal Tendencies latest studio album, 13, is available now via Suicidal ...

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Suicidal Tendencies 13

Still Cyco After All These Years? It has been 13 years since Suicidal Tendencies’ last studio album ‘Free Your Soul…And Save My Mind’ which is quite a considerable gap for a band to have in their discography. If you’re hoping for a return to 80’s era Suicidal Tendencies then I’ll go right ahead and say flat out that this album ...

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