Monday, May 27, 2024

Future Shock ‘Future Shock’ EP Review

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Future Shock is a brand new hard rock project born in the early part of 2011 in London, UK. The stated intent of this band...
The Xcerts

The Xcerts had a Late One

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Hailing from Scotland, though you'd never be able to tell with their unaccented vocals and no bagpipes insight rockers, The Xcerts, release an acoustic...
BARSHASKETH & OUTRE - Sein / Zeit

Sein/Zeit is anything but run-of-the-mill black metal by Barshasketh and Outre

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Having the excellent Scottish black metal combo Barshasketh team up with Poland's sinister and experimental outfit Outre is a brilliant move. We are talking...

Review: Gandalf’s Owl – Winterfell EP

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The name as well as the band’s cover is intriguing - so hoping that the music can live up to the high standard already...

Road to Horizon – Chapters

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Road to Horizon have managed something quite spectacular with their new EP ‘Chapters’. The Leeds five-piece have created something that stands out above a...
Cursed Earth

Cursed Earth release The Deathbed Sessions

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The moment we here at RAMzine saw that Australian head crushers Cursed Earth were about to drop a star-studded EP, our blackened hearts calloused...

EP Review: Rainbreakers – Rise Up

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A million years ago, Island Records did a package tour with Crawler, Boxer and Moon, Shrewsbury four piece Rainbreakers recall some of the edgy...

Your Demise ‘Cold Chillin’ EP Review

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UK St Albans hardcore collective Your Demise are set to release a new EP titled 'Cold Chilin' via Impericon and Pinky Swear Records. The...
Desert Kingdom - Desert Kingdom

Review: Desert Kingdom – Desert Kingdom

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This EP is bound to lift you out of your shoes and across the floor, make no mistake it is so heavy the floor...

Youth Man – Bad Weather

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Bad Weather is the newest EP to come from the Birmingham alternative punk band Youth Man. Kaila Whyte, Adam Haitof and Marcus Perks, the...