Sunday, March 3, 2024

RAMzine Modern Classics #5 – Atreyu ‘Congregation of the Damned’

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This review can also serve as a very belated eulogy for Atreyu, as I don’t feel like I’ve ever given them a proper one....

RAMzine Introduces The Charm The Fury

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Hailing from the mean (well...) streets of Amsterdam, The Charm The Fury are one of the most exciting new acts in modern metalcore. The Europeans have...

Nirvana – Nevermind

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Nirvana defined a generation. There's just no escaping that fact. Millions of teenagers in American during the early 90s needed music that they could...

RAMzine Modern Classics: #4 – A Day To Remember ‘Homesick’

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A Day To Remember are one of the most influential bands of the last decade, and Homesick was the album that confirmed it. The...

Motley Crue – Dr Feelgood

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No band epitomised the spirit of the 1980's more than Motley Crue. Their glam image, debauched lifestyle and catchy metal music really captured the...

RAMzine Modern Classics #3 letlive. – Fake History

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letlive. hold the title of being the best band that I personally have ever seen live. Ever. And trust me, there's a lot of...

Red Hot Chili Peppers – By The Way

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There is just no questioning the fact that Red Hot Chili Peppers are one of the most important bands of the last 20 years....

RAMzine Modern Classics #2 Parkway Drive – Deep Blue

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Parkway Drive’s Deep Blue was perhaps one of 2010s biggest shocks. Having never even charted outside of Australia before, Deep Blue gained critical acclaim...

RAMzine Introduces S.E.A.S.O.N.S

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You’d be a fool to pass Reading 5 piece S.E.A.S.O.N.S off as just another band. Rather it is a collection of ideals and concepts...

Slayer – Reign In Blood

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There are two types of metal music fans in the world. People who like Slayer, and actual Slayer fans. The single fact that Slayer...