Monday, May 27, 2024

Future Shock ‘Future Shock’ EP Review

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

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...

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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