Tuesday, June 22, 2021

Bloodstock 2021: More bands added to Jagermeister stage

Summer for rockers and metalheads is almost like the Holiday season for a kid, mainly because we are so excited for the many great...

Album Reviews

Fear Factory finally return with Aggression Continuum

I keep no secrets about my love for nu-metal, it was this genre along with grunge that introduced me to a whole new world...

EP Reviews

Death Metal outfit Abjection offer nightmares, madness and decay

Yes, this is just what the good doctor ordered: a raw, filthy slab of rumbling death metal with prominent black metal overtones to it....
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RAMzine 29 | Sumo Cyco, Skinny Knowledge, Six From the 90’s

Issue 29 of RAMzine is out now featuring our favourite punk, rock band from Canada, Sumo Cyco. The band tell us about their forthcoming...

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RAMzine Classic – The Kennedy Experience

I always try to do something different for the RAMzine Classic feature. I can think of dozens of genuine classics, nearly all of which...

Lonely Days, Lonely Nights – Celebrating The 40th Anniversary Of Whitesnake’s Come An’ Get It

Legendary hard rockers Whitesnake surely need no introduction as they have been at it since the late 70s and released several albums that are...

Roger Recruited Rock Royalty for a Rock Opera

Any project starring Roger Glover, David Coverdale, Glenn Hughes, Ronnie James Dio, Tony Ashton and John Lawton (to name a few) would normally get...

In The Dark The Dancers Shout – A Short Essay On Rainbow’s Difficult To Cure

When former Deep Purple guitarist Ritchie Blackmore launched Rainbow in 1975 (the self-titled debut LP released that same year sported the moniker Ritchie Blackmore’s...

On Strange Highways: A Short Essay On Dio’s Doom-laden 1993 Masterpiece

All the way back in 1993, the DIO band, which was spearheaded by legendary and much-missed vocalist Ronnie James Dio, released an utterly raw,...

GONG – On Track: Every Song, Every Album

                        Not too many bands can ever claim to have come from their own planet, or to create their own universe, but so successful...

Decades: Alice Cooper in the 70s

As part of the Sonic Bond Publishing series Decades, they have just released Alice Cooper in the 70s. It follows a similar format to...