RMP Magazine


Magazine featuring rock, metal and punk bands.

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Satanic Surfers were one of Sweden’s top export products back in the '90's. Part of the infamous Malmö skate punk scene and supported by epic record label Burning Heart Records, they earned their spot in skate punk history. But at their apex they decided they call it quits. Now almost nine years later the surfing and skateboarding devil has...

25 Jun 2015 - 14:32

It has been very quiet around Californian metal band Atreyu in the past couple of years. So we at RMP were over the moon when we heard the news that they were touring once again and releasing a new album! We, of course, like to share with you the resurrection of Atreyu and sat down at Groezrock to have a chat with guitar player Dan about their...

25 Jun 2015 - 14:32

Rock legends The Dwarves have always been one of those bands that should be playing at Groezrock but never made it. Up until this year’s edition where gentleman Blag Dahlia and his merry band finally made it to Groezrock to show the kids some real punkrock. So we at RMP Magazine grasped this opportunity to have a chat with the rock legends that...

25 Jun 2015 - 14:32

Australia, home of the kangaroo and the boomerang. But these last years it seems that their main export product has been kick ass bands. The Smith Street Band are one of those bands that have been touring relentlessly and becoming the best ambassadors the ex-convict colony could wish for. During their stop at Groezrock we took the liberty to...

25 Jun 2015 - 14:32

The night before Groezrock kicked off its annual punk party, a selection of some of the pop punk bands playing were playing another great small fest in Munchen, Germany. The Uncle M Fest featured bands like Masked Intruder, Make Do And Mend and Teenage Bottlerocket. We from RMP were present and took some time to talk to Teenage Bottlerocket’s...

25 Jun 2015 - 14:32

In my ears, Dead Giveaway sounds like a modern day, more up-to-date Face To Face. And yes, that is a good thing. Starting off with an exorcism scene picked directly from cult classic ‘The Exorcist’, you could say that expectations for this album get an instant upgrade from the get go. Expectations that get filled in almost instantly with “...

15 Jun 2015 - 19:44

This is definitely a catchy, feel good album and I don’t think fans will be disappointed. However, for me there is still something missing. And probably that’s originality. Because there isn’t one song on this album that doesn’t sound like something I’ve heard before. Every song just flows into the next and all the subjects and lyrics seem...

15 Jun 2015 - 19:44

Alternative rock band Blind Mice has released their brand new six-track EP and oh my it’s a cracker. It’s unique and fresh and sounds good in your ears.“Nervous” is the first song that breaks through your speakers. It is full of energy, and it definitely gets your blood pumping. You find your feet tapping whilst listening to the first minute of...

15 Jun 2015 - 19:44

Raw. Fast. Loud. The punk rock of The Flatliners certainly lives by those three words and you certainly can say that again for the most recent single the Canadian band released, now over a month ago. The first song on the 7” is a familiar one for those who ever listened to the band’s last full album. “Resuscitation of the Year” is also the...

15 Jun 2015 - 19:44