• Ravage Ritual - Interview Ieper Hardcore Fest 2018

    Ravage Ritual have been bringing their musical terror since 2011, hailing from Finland they bring their unique style of True Northern Holy Terror. Their appearance on Ieper Hardcore Fest 2018 led them to the H8000 area and with a brand new EP XVIII to be released that same day it was time to meet up with vocalist Timi and guitar player Nord to unravel some of the mysteries that Ravage Ritual is shrouded in.
  • Damien Done - Charm Offensive

    Charm Offensive is the latest release of Damien Done, the gloomy rock project of Damien Moyal (As Friends Rust, Culture, Morning Again,...). Ten dark tracks ranging from straight on rockers to more intimate songs, all intertwined in a theme of secrecy. From stalking your neighbour to the power of information on one's persona.
  • Damien Done - Interview Ieper Hardcore Fest 2018

    Damien Done is the alter ego/ band name of Damien Moyal, known for his vocal duties for bands as Morning Again, Culture and As Friends Rust. Damien recently released a new album titled Charm Offensive on Hypertension Records featuring his new direction of solo artist. Although alone is the cleanest war Damien rounded up a group of friends to join him on stage performing his songs during their first European tour as Damien Done. RMP Magazine snatched some of Damien's valuable time to discuss the new release and band ventures at his opening show at Ieper Hardcore Fest.
  • Crowsview - Interview Ieper Hardcore Fest 2018

    Crowsview are a five piece metal/hardcore inspired band from Roeselare, deep in the Belgian H8000 territory. They have been crushing stages for a couple of years with their brutal sound inspired by H8000 bands, Kickback and Arkangel to name a few. Ieper Hardcore Fest also must have noticed the hard working ethos and talent of Crowsview. They were invited to open the Main Stage on Friday. RMP Magazine caught up with guitar player Bart to discuss their upcoming release of their abum Lost Resistance and more.
  • Crowsview - Lost Resistance

    If you are into heavy metalcore then Crowsview is what you've been waiting for. Hailing from the H8000 area, this five piece delivers a hammering sound inspired by 90's hardcore and metal that will leave you jaws wide open.
  • Crossface - Interview Ieper Hardcore Fest 2018

    When in the epicentre of the infamous H8000 area enjoying Ieper Hardcore Fest 2018. What would suit better than to interview a local band that played on Ieper Hardcore Fest? Crossface was one of those local bands honouring the stage with their presence during the weekend amidst tons of international hardcore bands. Delivering their raw and unfiltered old school H8000 hardcore sound to the early birds who found their way to the Trench stage on Saturday. Time to catch up with vocalist Giovanni and tackle him with some questions to find out all about the path that led Crossface to Ieperfest.
  • Ieper Hardcore Fest 2018

    Ieper Hardcore Fest has become a legendary name in the underground DIY festival circuit. With visitors from all over the globe coming over for the weekend to a small historical town in Flanders Belgium, Ieper Hardcore Fest grew into a three day happening of worldwide hardcore.
  • I Against I - Jera On Air

    The Netherlands have always had a vibrant scene of punkkbands, back in the 90's bands such as Undeclinable Ambuscade, NRA, Heideroosjes,... took over Europe by storm. But the one Dutch band that crossed the pond and got to be the first foreign band on the Epitaph record label roster was Dordrecht's own I Against I. 20 years later the band is back in full force and playing Jera On Air with their classic album Headcleaner. RMP Magazine just had to find out what the guys are up next to.
  • Dog Eat Dog - Jera On Air 2018

    Dog Eat Dog has been an institute for cross over music since the early 90's. With their unique blend of rock, punk, hip hop, funk and so much more they conquered the world and inspired thousands of musicians to pick up an instrument and make their own blend of music. 28 years later Dog Eat Dog is still going strong and playing shows, time for RMP Magazine to talk to vocalist John Connor about the past, present and future of Dog Eat Dog.
  • Ogikubo Station - We Can Pretend Like

    Ogikubo Station is the brainchild of Mike Park and Maura Weaver that grew organically out of a former song they collaborated on in 2015. The former get together for the song Weak Souls Walk Around Here led to a self titled Obikugo Station 6 song EP that was released last year. Leading in to 2018 where the duo continued writing and recording and compiled their efforts in a new album titled We Can Pretend Like.