Steve Hackett

Steve Hackett – The Sky’s the Limit…

Steve Hackett needs no introduction, he’s one of the most respected guitarists in the prog genre, a rock ‘n roll Hall of Famer for...
Albums of 2020

Alt Albums of 2020

RAMzine has always been inclusive of all things Rock And Metal, so you may find our end of year round-up starting in rock and...

Interview with Johnny 3 Tears of Hollywood Undead “I’m Not Your Idol”

Hollywood Undead have recently released their new album New Empire: Volume 2 via BMG/Dove & Grenade Media...
Black Sabbath Cross Purposes

Immaculate Deception – Where Did Black Sabbath’s ‘Cross Purposes – Live’ Go?

The pioneers and originators of heavy metal, Black Sabbath, capped off their majestic The End tour with a hometown show in Birmingham in early...
Steve Vai

A Scrooge’s guide to cringe-free Christmas songs

Let me be clear from the outset: I am not anti-Christmas. I love family get-togethers with plenty of liquid lubricant and festive cheer. What...
RAMzine 28 | Kissing Candice, I Am Pariah

RAMzine 28 | Kissing Candice, I Am Pariah, Six From The 80’s

RAMzine issue 28 is out now featuring Kissing Candice who have been making a name for themselves for almost a decade now. Taking a...
DIO Strange Highways

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,...
Middle Earth Club

The Curious Case of the Middle Earth Club in London’s Covent Garden

There are several sights and locations in the marvelous city of London that yours truly is fond of paying a visit whenever he is...
Whitesnake debut

Trouble On The Horizon – A short essay on Whitesnake’s glorious debut album

The legendary purveyors of bluesy hard rock known as Whitesnake surely need no introduction as this awe-inspiring collective of musicians have crafted some of...
Arizona Law

Socially distant gig with Dorks, Methods, Arizona Law

I’m pretty sure we can all agree that 2020 has been a bit lackluster on the whole live music front, with both gigs and...