RMP Magazine


Magazine featuring rock, metal and punk bands.

Interviews

We at RMP had a chat with Stefan Schimdt and Bastian Emig from Van Canto right before their show at Biebob. For those who don’t know Van Canto, they are an a-cappela band with a drummer and a bunch of singers that produce the instrumental parts with their voices. We talked about their new album...

22 May 2016 - 12:05

On a chilly day in April we at RMP had the pleasure to sit down with Sammi Hinkka, the bass player of the mighty Ensiferum for an enthusiastic chat in the cosiness of their tour bus. Right before their headlining show during the Return Of The One Man Army tour with Heidra and Fleshgod Apocalypse...

22 May 2016 - 12:01

The Watch Out stage at Groezrock probably holds the biggest potential for witnessing an up and coming band that is bound to become the audience's favorite soon. This year Night Birds had the honour of playing the open air stage and proving their worth watching out for. RMP Magazine had a talk...

17 May 2016 - 19:47
PUP

PUP has only been playing as a band for nearly five years now but managed to make it to the Groezrock line up for the second time. Armed with a new album soon to be released the Toronto outfit was set out to destroy the Watch Out Stage on Saturday. But before the madness commenced we found...

17 May 2016 - 19:33

Covers, that's what Me First And The Gimme Gimmes are all about. Taking original songs we all know from the radio and spicing them up into punk rock versions. Brought to you by a super group comprised of artists such as Lagwagon's Joey Cape and Dave Raun, Scott Schiflett and Bad Religion's Jay...

16 May 2016 - 13:35

Muncie Girls from the UK has been turning heads the last year with their extensive touring schedule and their latest album From Caplan To Belsize. The band fronted by vocalist Lande was one of the many nice surprises on the Groezrock line-up this year.  Nearly minutes after entering the...

16 May 2016 - 13:33

No Fun At All has been exporting Swedish punkrock for over 25 years in the same style that Ikea has done for furniture. In that quarter of a century some members left, some joined and the band disbanded for a few years. Luckily they have been touring now and then for these last years and...

16 May 2016 - 13:31

No Use For A Name, one of the flagships of Fat Wreck Chords in the nineties punk revival have conquered many punkrockers hearts over the years. Unfortunately their legacy was cut abrupt in 2012 with the passing of charismatic frontman and vocalist Tony Sly. Leaving behind a big void in the heart...

16 May 2016 - 13:29

Yotam Ben Horin has been concquering the world for over 20 years with his punk band Useless ID. Already armed with previous solo material and a new full album release recently titled California Sounds, Yotam is once again travelling the globe to spread his heartdriven music. Even Joey Cape o f...

16 May 2016 - 13:24

Boston-based Trophy Lungs consists of three average Joes according to themselves, who will deny anything when asked. But once they get their weapons of sonic destruction out of the shed, all hell breaks loose. Their latest release “Day Jobs” on Bearded Punk Records is another example of fierce...

17 Mar 2016 - 14:16

Ignite, the burning match that comprises their older logo sums it all up: volatile hardcore punk delivered at a scorching pace. With their previous release some years ago, the Orange County outfit set out to release their latest album “A War Against You” in the beginning of 2016. And the...

17 Mar 2016 - 14:16

Punkrock and Belgium, it appears that in every corner and crevice of Belgium a band is formed. From city, town to the smallest village possible, everywhere people are getting together, making music and building their own scene while they are at it. One of those particular vibrant scenes is the...

17 Mar 2016 - 14:16