Tag Archives: Venom

Venom, Inc. “We’re probably the only band with a real zombie” Bloodstock 2018 Interview (Audio)

In 2014 former members of the iconic metal band Venom came together to form Venom, Inc. This included original guitarist Jeff ‘Mantas’ Dunn, former vocalist  Tony ‘Demolition Man’ Dolan, and drummer Anthony ‘Abbadon’ Bray. Having toured the world playing the Venom back-catalogue, they started writing new material and in 2017 were signed to Nuclear Blast. This lead to the instant ...

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Bloodstock 2018: The Highlights

If you have ever been to Bloodstock Open Air, you know its like no other festival in the country… or even the world. The fans are extra passionate, the bands are extra loud, the costumes more elaborate, the beer is extra refreshing, everything is better at Bloodstock. Last year saw one of the biggest Bloodstocks ever with metal titans Ghost ...

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VENOM – Assault

Venom’s Assault! is catchy and lethal black metal at its finest!

The legendary black metal pioneers Venom who hail from the very fine city that is Newcastle released a number of live EPs in a series entitled Assault way back in 1985-1987, but whereas three official releases saw the light of day in the aforementioned series, three unofficial ones also found their way onto the market. Finally, an authorized Venom release ...

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Bloodstock 2016 Highlights: Thursday and Friday

Last year we gave you our first Bloodstock-Open-Air coverage. We loved it so much, we went back! This year was just as awesome – if not better than 2015. Before you get the in depth review in the next issue of RAMzine (out early September) here is some of the highlights of the UK’s biggest metal festival. Keep checking back ...

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Bloodstock 2016: DragonForce, Rotting Christ and Paradise Lost announced

Following the exciting news that Twisted Sister and Mastodon are headlining next year’s Bloodstock-Open-Air, more great bands have been added to the bill. Multi-national space-metallers DragonForce, Greek extreme metal band Rotting Christ and UK dark rockers Paradise Lost. Rotting Christ front-man, Sakis, had this to say: “We’re very proud to be coming back to the biggest metal festival in the ...

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News: Bands Announced For Bloodstock 2016

No sooner has Bloodstock 2015 come to a close, than bands are announced for next year’s metalfest. Already, Venom and Behemoth have been added to the bill for the festival next year, which will take place 11th – 14th August at Catton Park, Derbyshire. They will be playing their current album The Satanist in full on the Friday: Frontman, Nergal, stated, “Our Bloodstock ...

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Bullet are back!

Bullet For My Valentine are back with a new record that is said to be darker then before, making it their heaviest to date. Listening in to the BBC Radio 1 Rock show last night: Matt Tuck told Daniel P Carter that on this album he tried to re-visit a dark place, which was very hard as he doesn’t have ...

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Venom unleash new video + limited LP

Venom have unleashed a new lyric video on the world! The video is for ‘Smoke’ from their newest album ‘From The Very Depths’. RAMzine reviewed the new album with 4 stars in issue 1 of RAMzine here. Venom have also now announced an LP version of ‘From The Very Depths‘ – although this version is limited to just 300 copies, ...

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Review: Venom – From the Very Depths

To call Venom legends is almost not enough. These Geordie lads rewrote the rule book when it comes to extreme metal and are up there with Black Sabbath as one of the United Kingdom’s most important contributions to heavy metal. Over 30 years since they released their first two classic albums, ‘Welcome to Hell’ and ‘Black Metal’, Venom are still ...

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Venom unleash ‘Long Haired Punks’

On the 26th January, Heavy Metal thrashers Venom are set to release new album, ‘From The Very Depths‘ – the first since 2011 and 14th studio record to date. To supplement this release, the metal trio have put out an inventive lyric video. Closely linked to the song itself and ethos of the band, it is creatively pieced together and ...

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