RAMzine Issue 27 is out now!
Usually, at this time of year, our pages are stacked with content from Download, Bloodstock, and Ramblin Man Fair. Most have that one unique story that wouldn’t make sense in any other setting other than a festival. Whilst longing to be in that festival atmosphere once again, watching bands perform the new music they’ve unleashed this year, we took some time to speak with some fans about their memorable moments.
Chloe Ozwell frontwoman of rockers Sister Shotgun gives her guide to musicians keeping busy in lockdown; and we take a look back at Funeral Friends 2003 album which we have now dubbed a classic.
We also catch up with frontman Johannes Eckerström of theatrical, modern metal band Avatar as they are set to release new album Hunter Gatherer which he says is the band’s “heaviest most aggressive album in quite some time”. We discuss the red thread running throughout the album, which ties the tracks together.
Grab a print copy here (just pay p&p) or read the new issue below for free!