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Heavy Music Awards Postponed Until September Amidst Global Crisis

The organisers behind the 2020 Heavy Music Awards or HMA’s have confirmed this week that the award ceremony has officially been moved to Thursday, September 3rd at London’s O2 Forum Kentish Town, in wake of the current Covid-19 pandemic and in line with Governmental advice to avoid non-essential travel and large gatherings. In a statement to the press, HMA reiterated ...

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Bowling For Soup cover The Eagles’ ‘Already Gone’.

Anyone who knows anything about punk-pop icons Bowling For Soup, knows they always take care of their fans. This cover of The Eagles classic, ‘Already Gone’, is no different. This celebrates 25 years of BFS being a band. You can stream the track via Spotify here. Jaret Reddick explains the choice of cover: “I learned to sing in the back ...

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Jim Davies teams up with Tut Tut Child for new track ‘Trigger Finger’.

Former Prodigy and Pitchshifter guitarist, Jim Davies, has teamed up with electronic artist Tut Tut Child for the next track off his forthcoming solo album – Headwars. Check out the video for the track entitled ‘Trigger Finger’ below: Davies had this to say about the track: “I’ve been working with Tut Tut Child for several years now. Before I knew ...

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Jinjer release live video for ‘Pit Of Consciousness’

While a lot of bands have had to cancel or postpone gigs and festival appearances, a lot of bands are releasing live feeds or footage to the masses. Ukrainian modern metallers Jinjer are no different releasing a live version of ‘Pit Of Consciousness’. Check out the video below: This comes from their show in Kiev, recorded in 2019. This track ...

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Singular Female Dark Neofolk

Ols, the pseudonym for vocalist and instrumentalist Anna Maria Oskierko, releases the second single off her forthcoming album Widma due on 17th April 2020 through Pagan Records.  The song is called ‘W Ciemny Las’ and you can watch the video to it right here at RAMzine. “The second single from the new album is a song-vision, a mesmerising lullaby bringing ...

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Wille & The Bandits Reschedule Tour

In what is becoming an inevitable story for bands under the circumstances, Wille & The Bandits have rescheduled the rest of their UK tour, with the intentions of recommitting from July through to November 2020. While the UK is on lockdown Wille Edwards has set himself the goal to write a song a week, which he will release each Sunday ...

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Crooks Sign New Deal

Five-piece Indie rock band The Crooks, who take their name from the famous crooked spire of the Church of St Mary and All Saints on their hometown of Chesterfield, has just signed a worldwide deal with Golden Robot Records. Drawing influence from the likes of DMA’s, The Brian Jonestown Massacre and Verve while adopting a punk tinge, the collective that is ...

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Destrends’ Missing People

Melbourne-based post punks Destrends release a new single in ‘Missing People’, that’s out now on Bread & Butter Records. Returning with a new line-up late last year, the band whose penchant for distinctive theatrical outfits when playing live suits their Gothic 80s new wave punk musical ethos, giving us something of an advance warning with their post-apocalyptic dystopian single ‘Medication’. ...

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New Kings Of Dust Single

Phoenix based retro-rock band Kings Of Dust has a new single out going by the hand of ‘Ya, That’s Me’. “The song discusses being stuck with who you are. Good or bad,” says Michael Thomas Beck, lead vocalist with the band that also features seasoned musicians Ryan McKay on guitars, Greg Chaisson on bass, alongside drummer and percussionist Jimi Taft. ...

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Satriani Reschedules Too!

Guitar virtuoso, Joe Satriani is the latest rock act to reschedule an upcoming tour due to the coronavirus pandemic. His May tour of the UK ins support of his Shapeshiftingalbum, will now take place in 2021, with ticket sales remaining valid. In a statement on the decision, Satriani commented: “The current COVID-19 virus has now reached pandemic proportions and is making ...

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