Monday, January 17, 2022

Jethro Tull… And The Zealot Gene!

Legendary British progressive rock act Jethro Tull has announced details for the group’s first studio album of new material in over 18 years! The...

Album Reviews

Ereb Altor serve up some blackened folk

Touted as a melting pot of black metal, Viking metal and pagan/folk metal, Swedish four-piece Ereb Altor released Vargtimman this week via Napalm Records....

EP Reviews

Black Metal pioneers Mayhem, serve up disorder

Renowned and infamous black metal legends Mayhem are still firing on all creative cylinders as evidenced by this sparkling new EP of theirs titled Atavastic Black...

RAMzine 31 | Of Mice & Men

RAMzine Issue 31 is out now featuring an interview with Aaron Pauly from Of Mice & Men, we discuss the band’s creative process on...

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RAMzine Classic: Strawberry Path – When The Raven Has Come To Earth

Take Black Sabbath, Free, Jimi Hendrix, Procol Harum, ’68 vintage Purple and a soupçon of Barclay James Harvest - put them into an...

RAMzine Classic: The Byron Band – On The Rocks

David Garrick was born on 29th January 1947 and sadly died from alcohol related issues on 28th February 1985. He did leave a considerable...

RAMzine Classic – Green Bullfrog reaches its 50 (and 30) year anniversary

When, in 1972, an album was released that featured artists named Boots, The Boss, The Vicar, Sleepy, Sorry, Pinta, Speedy, Bevy and Jordan, it...

RAMzine Modern Classic – Samantha Fish – Runaway

With her new album about to be released to great expectations, I thought it fitting that we look at her first studio album from...

That’s the way it is – The 40th anniversary of Graham Bonnet’s Line-Up album

One remarkably diverse and hugely entertaining record that is turning forty years old in 2021 is Graham Bonnet's Line-Up, which was originally released by...

YES – Every Album, Every Song in the 80’s

The eighties was the decade in which the wheels came off the wagon for Yes. After a glorious decade in the seventies, they’d approached...

Steve Hackett – Every album, every track

For Steve Hackett’s prodigious output of solo releases since 1975’s Voyage Of The Acolyte, twenty-seven and counting, excluding ‘live’ albums and collaborations - we...