Greyhaven – Breathe EP

A year and a handful of months ago, British alt-rock quintet Greyhaven aroused rich praise and attention with their EP, State Of Mind. It suggested a band with the potential to become a rich part of the British heavy rock scene. Now the London hailing outfit are ready to release its successor in Breathe, an EP which maybe does not quite realise its predecessor’s promise as anticipated but only confirms thoughts that the quintet has a potent future.

Emerging in either the autumn of 2014 or early 2015 depending where you read, Greyhaven quickly whipped up local support and following through their live shows and debut EP, The Flood. The following State Of Mind, produced by Daniel Kerr (Shields, Create To Inspire, Despite my Deepest Fear), was the moment broader attention was lit, the release sparking praise and coverage with the likes of Scuzz TV and Kerrang, as well as finding a place on one of Metal Hammer’s front cover CD. Since then the band has experienced changes in its line-up and as a momentary foursome uniting once again with Kerr to record Breathe.

Truth opens the release up and quickly has attention in its grasp with a tempting shuffle of beats and a rapacious lure of riffs. It is an opening hinting at a furious expulsion but instead is followed by a calmer if still slightly volatile breath allowing the strong vocals of Sam Paterson to step forward into the already woven web of melodies. Harmonies soon wrap the frontman’s potent tones, the rhythms of drummer Connor Tate and brooding texture of Jack Hudson’s bass a dark almost portentous echo of the song’s emotional heart fuelled angst. With the guitar of Alex Hills as suggestive as it is sonically wiry, the song makes a fine introduction to the EP though for personal tastes is soon eclipsed by its companions.

When We Divide is next, bringing its own tempestuous air and drama to bear on ears and imagination. Great nagging riffs accompany Paterson’s ever tempting voice, rhythms just as thick a welcome trespass as the song mixes sharp hooks and sonic enterprise with emotive energy. Whereas its predecessor, though sounding fresh, held few surprises, the second track is rich with twists and unexpected turns which if anything it does not fully exploit.

Nevertheless, the track is a magnetic persuasion soon matched in almost similar success by the following Crows. There is rawness at its core which enjoyably contrasts the lively shimmer of keys and melody, the song evolving through mellow and crystalline climes but always one sigh away from its tempestuous instincts.

The EP’s title track brings things to an end, the song rising on a caress of keys with a jangle of guitar flanking its move into poppier rock exploits. Temptingly catchy and vocally alone magnetic, Breathe strolls along with a confident smile, its inner fire catching further along to flame with increasing intensity and attraction.

It is hard to say that the Breathe EP has managed to be as richly memorable as State Of Mind before it but it is more of a grower and with every listen impresses and increasingly satisfies and if you have an appetite for bands such as 30 Seconds To Mars, Don Broco, and Alexisonfire, it is an encounter which really should be checked out.

The Breathe EP is released January 12th through Outsider Records.

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Pete RingMaster 10/01/2017

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In Requiem – Self Titled EP

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This past week saw the reboot of the self-titled debut EP from Welsh rockers In Requiem, a rousing and fiercely dynamic proposal which all those who missed out the first time should take a good look at. Offering five slices of the band’s alternative rock sound which has already lured comparisons to the likes of 30 Seconds to Mars, Avenged Sevenfold, Muse, and Rob Zombie, the returning encounter is a collusion of meaty riffs, robust rhythms, and anthemic dexterity wrapped in melodic flames. Maybe not always as unique as it might be but persistently compelling from start to finish, the EP shows a band with a very potent future in its grasp.

Formed in 2014 and consisting of brothers Adam (vocals) and Owen Fear (guitar), Grant Roberts (bass), and Lee Cottey (drums), In Requiem has earned a potent reputation with a live presence which has seen them play across South Wales exhaustingly and shine at numerous festivals backed by a couple of well-received singles, all before the EP caught attention first time around. Now the band is looking to spark national attention with its adventurous body, and as opener and previous single Shelter (Save me) involves ears it is not hard to see success coming the way of the Pontypridd foursome.

The track instantly consumes the senses in a barrage of thumping beats and hungry riffs as a sonic wave scythes across the formidable introduction. Things expand and relax as melodies and keys get involved, mellowing further as the warm tones of Adam caress ears before the spicy enterprise of Owen rises in league with imagination again. With fiercer blazes interspersed amongst the calmer moments of persuasion, the track persistently and skilfully ebbs and flows across the senses, sparking a swift appetite for the band’s style of rock ‘n’ roll.

in_requiem_cover_artwork_RingMasterReviewIt is an intrigue and hunger fed further by the surging presence of Cope. Again guitars drive a start demanding attention, though taking a less forceful tact as keys and bass collude in a swinging stroll guided by the increasingly impressive tones and expression of Adam. At times spiky and in other moments gently flirtatious, the track hits the spot, eclipsing its predecessor with ease as the band’s imagination further blossoms. It is invention which seems to become bolder song by song, The Beast Inside building its infectious character upon wiry grooves and boisterous rhythms draped in warm harmonies. A nagging hook only adds to the lure of the song, its slightly darker edge just another catchy enticement in league with a spicy solo.

The EP is completed by firstly the volatile storm of Broken, the band again masterfully combining light and warm, dark and heavy textures in one fluid roar as tender and emotionally reflective as it is explosive and sonically insistent. Its successor, Holy Hands, ensures the EP ends on a high though without the same spark as those tracks before it. Nevertheless, the song pulsates with the In Requiem’s sound and inventiveness, holding ears and attention with infectious dexterity if missing the final bite that marks other tracks within the EP.

Grabbing a second chance to explore In Requiem is an easy recommendation; the band maybe not change your world but they will certainly give it something fresh to enthuse over with their debut EP.

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Paradigm – Realize EP

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Offering four tracks which either hit the ground running with ears and imagination or simply blossom into just as potent propositions over subsequent listens, it is fair to say that the Realize EP is one attention commanding debut. The first EP from London trio Paradigm, it is a striking introduction to a UK rock band already stirring up strong words of acclaim.

With its initial seeds sown when vocalist/guitarist Alex Blake met drummer Angel D at school where they exchanged a Nirvana album and instantly became best friends, Paradigm truly stepped forward with a line-up completed by bassist/pianist Giulio Granchelli. Honing their sound whilst earning swift and potent reputation for their live presence, the band eventually hit the studio where producers John Cornfield (Muse, Oasis, Robert Plant, New Model Army, Supergrass) and Paul Corkett (The Cure, Bjork, Placebo, Nick Cave), after recording the EP with the band, announced that “This is one of the most fresh and exciting modern rock bands we‘ve produced!”

Realize opens with the instantly impressing Desire, a track which has the listener’s physical and emotional involvement on broad with little time or effort. Riffs and rhythms create a united coaxing further enhanced by spicy grooves and the quickly compelling and throaty bassline cast by Granchelli. As melodies add sultry temptation, the dark tones of Blake steal their big portion of attention, his presence already being described as Nick Cave-esque, and understandably so listening to the opener.  It is an enthralling persuasion catching further alight with its rousing chorus and volatile emotive energy. Every twist brings a new spice to enjoy, keys pulsating with an enterprise as resourceful and magnetic as the drama fuelled hooks and collusion of vocals cast across the band.

Paradigm Cover Artwork _RingMasterReviewThe stunning start is closely matched by Your Darker Side. It is a less intensive affair but just as rich in melodic tempting and creative imagination. Many bands have been offered up as an attempt to describe Paradigm’s individual sound; Muse, 30 Seconds to Mars, U2 among them but we suspect everyone will find out their own unique comparisons, as here the song reminds these ears of The Fatima Mansions and Teardrop Explodes as much as anyone else, a Julian Cope air also seemingly lacing Blake’s again impressing tones and delivery. The thrilling and highly infectious song itself proceeds to build crescendos of energy and intensity, each erupting seamlessly into anthemic roars and gentler hugs of expressive sound.

To reveal another shade to their songwriting and sound, the sombre yet fiery Strangers has a Walker Brothers air to it at times, going on to unveil a grungier presence leading up to and for its tempestuous chorus. Pete Wylie also comes to mind across the song, but as suggested each will hear their own references such the thickness and depth of the Paradigm sound and invention. Fusing various strains of rock, past and present, the song fascinates as much as its catchy qualities seduce, and though it does not leap on the passion as swiftly as its predecessors, Strangers has them just as greedily hooked in time

The same with closing track The Miracle. Its theatre of sound and emotion sees the poetic hues of a piano aligning with almost orchestral like drama, an imaginative blend needing longer to explore and get into but emerging as another easy to embrace proposal if admittedly not quite to the same strength as the previous three on personal tastes. Nevertheless the band only impresses individually and as a single thick flirtation of the senses.

Paradigm have announced their presence in big, bold, and at times breath-taking style with Realize so expect to hear much more from and of this potential bulging band.

The Realize EP is released April 8th through Sumind Records across all stores.

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Normandie – Inguz

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Rock ‘n’ roll is all about arousing people; igniting their spirit and emotions in tandem with their physical presence and there is no doubting that Sweden hailing Normandie do that with debut album Inguz. It might not be a release that carries total uniqueness in breath and sound but there is no escaping its anthemic might and virulent impact.

Formed in 2013, Normandie initially emerged with a rawer sound but with the departure of their heavier co-vocalist, the Örebro hailing quartet began honing in on the rousing melodic side of their invention. This has led to the stadium rock like roar and the anthemic fuel igniting within Inguz and understandable comparisons to the likes of 30 Seconds To Mars and Bring Me The Horizon.

The album opens with Fight and an instant incitement of firm beats and handclaps which just as swiftly are joined by a heavily coaxing chorus of voices surrounded by spirals of sonic tempting. The song holds back a touch as the quickly impressing tones of frontman Philip Strand emerge, waiting for the moment to erupt into fiery life around the seriously infectious chorus and drama of the song. In no time ears and appetite are gripped by its invasive roar, even more so as Håkan Almbladh’s guitar spins an incendiary web within a familiar yet robustly fresh sound.

With energy and emotions racing in tandem with those of the song, the superb opener makes way for Awakening and it’s mellower but no less catchy endeavour. Strings scythe majestically across the sky of the song, joined by another dose of potent vocals as the darker prowling presence of John Löfgren’s bass provides a provocative temper aside the thick beats of Jesper Malmberg. Riffs and keys almost duel with rapacious zeal as they further shape the explosive encounter, a potent essence equally colouring successor Collide. With a carnivorous tone to the bass as the song expels a blood pumping bellow of sound and emotion, the scent of bands like Poets Of The Fall and Allele crossing thoughts as ears become enveloped in a masterful melodic tempest.

inguz-cover_RingMaster ReviewRecent single Believe quickly hugs and pressures with its own seemingly recognisable if indefinable character and roar, emotive radiance and atmosphere angst uniting before Loop Hole shares electronic agitation and tenacious rock ‘n’ roll in its Muse meets Sick Puppies like tempest. The track just raises the album’s roof, its aggressive and volatile character as gripping as its searing blaze of melodies and vocals are fiercely seductive.

Through the darker charm of The Deep Cold, a 30 Seconds To Mars meets The Veer Union like encounter, and the wonderfully tempestuous Calling, band and album set a fuse to greedier reactions in appetite and emotions. The second of the pair is especially invigorating and inescapably galvanic, giving yet another striking peak to the landscape of the increasingly impressing release.

The pop spiced rock ‘n’ roll of Starting New leaves satisfaction full, especially with the devilish dark tone of Löfgren’s bass alongside another great vocal display from Strand and band. It was only ever going to pale a little against the might of its predecessor though, but nevertheless pleasure is kept high and reinforced by the bold melodic flames that shape The Storm and finally the reflective smoulder of Epilogue.

All three provide a richly tempting close to an album which from start to finish has the listener rigorously involved and eager to share their own emotive roar. Certainly Normandie is yet to find their truly unique sound though very few will be complaining as Inguz takes them on a ride few will surpass this year.

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The Citizen – Curtain Call

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Proving a fascinating proposition to mull over, Curtain Call is a release which at times simply blows ears and thoughts away and in other moments still has them fully engaged just without that extra excitement. The debut album from Italian melodic rockers The Citizen, the ten track encounter as a whole though is a thoroughly enjoyable weave of anthemic rhythms, impassioned vocals, and blazing melodies which suggests that this is a band to make major creative statements ahead.

Hailing from Salerno, the quartet of brothers Franco (bass and backing vocals) and Ciro ‘Ace’ Amoroso (vocals, guitar, synthesizers), Noam Radetich (guitar, piano, synthesizers), and Roberto Coscia (drums, percussion) seemingly draw on inspirations from the likes of Cold Play, Muse, Pink Floyd, and The Police for their own mix of melodic/alternative rock. Equally though, there is an air of bands like R.E.M. and 30 Seconds to Mars in their tone and creative touch. They are flavours bringing a spicy essence to the band’s highly anticipated first album, an enthusiasm sparked by a self-titled EP and the release of a couple of videos, the one for the album’s title track alone seeing 50000 views come its way in just a few days. Now released via My Kingdom Music, one of many suitors for its release, Curtain Call is in line to awaken even keener widespread attention upon the band. It might not be a full introduction to The Citizen that will set the world alight but it is certainly one destined to spark a hungry appetite for more of their sparkling sound.

The Citizen cover     After an intriguing and potent enough opening through the brief welcome of Intro, the album gets down to exciting ears with System Zero. From its first breath guitars are spinning a melodic and spicy web of melodies quickly reinforced by the expressive tones of Ace and the potent calls of the band. Riffs and hooks have a pop punk infectiousness whilst rhythms roam across its magnetic landscape with commanding and heavily persuasive energy. It is a great rousing start to the album, a song brimming with ideas and anthemic tendencies which has ears and emotions eager for a feisty adventure.

The album’s title track follows and with an endearing melodic luring and again thumping beats it too gets off to an attention grabbing start. This is a mellower proposition though, and whilst the rhythms especially from Coscia provide a constantly imposing incitement, vocals and harmonies alongside evocative melodies wrap around ears with gentler tempting. It does have the dramatic qualities of its predecessor, rising crescendos of energy and emotion bringing a more volatile climate to the song’s provocative canvas and expression.

     Panic Attack comes next and it too explores an overall less fiery energy but similarly as the last song, expels moments of creative and emotional intensity which brings the track alive. For personal tastes they are definitely needed as the song lacks the ‘snarl’ of the previous pair until those eruptions, and if there is any ‘negative’ of the whole release it is just that, its calmer reflective parts lacking the impressively alluring bite and compelling theatre of the explosive twists and almost raging ideation around them.

The emotive and sonic shimmer of You And I embraces the senses straight after, a breath of Americana not for the first or last time on the album emerging and bringing more variety to the colour of the album. It is just one scent in the enticing bloom of provocative balladry, a bluesy air wrapping the great guitar invention alongside the tenacious alternative rock hues of Michael Stipe and co. The song holds ears and attention firmly as does its successors This Time and Relax. The first of the two has a similar croon like enticement to the last track, vocals and melodies washing gently over ears as a sonic incitement is cast by guitar. Both songs also have a pungent rhythmic incitement which sparks greater emotional arousal but in the excellent This Time it also seems to ignite every aspect of the track to explore new creative and passion fuelled drama. Relax is bred from the same template but cannot quite find the same rigorously impact despite a blaze of enterprise from the guitar which just sizzles in the ear.

The elegant emotional reflection of Something Left with its piano lead keeps ears and thoughts satisfied next before The Way You Change provides a stirring proposal again loaded with rigorously stimulating rhythms and intoxicating emotional power matched by melodic and sonic endeavour. With just the brief instrumental Outro to end things, the track is the true climax to the album and a song which rings across the senses and lingers in the emotions.

It is a fine end to a great first major offering from The Citizen, an album which provides a potent base for the band to explode from. That is something easy to expect, an assumption that the band will write and create even bigger, more dramatic and inspiring adventures easy to nurture, and that is many ways even outshines Curtain Call in excitement.

Curtain Call is available on CD and digitally now via My Kingdom Music @ http://mykingdommusic.bigcartel.com/product/the-citizen-curtain-call-cd

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A Mouth Full Of Matches – Smoke Signals

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Swiftly showing a fresh maturity and adventure to their sound, the new Smoke Signals EP from UK alternative rockers A Mouth Full Of Matches, leaves no doubt that this is a band truly finding its creative feet. The four track release bulges with thick melodies and intriguing hooks, providing ears and imagination with a warm and persistently impressing landscape of evocative textures and adventures. It is a riveting encounter from start to finish and though it is possibly a few sparks short of the blaze it could have been, the EP is a stirring and rigorously captivating proposition from a band on the rise.

Formed in 2012, A Mouth Full Of Matches, the name taken from a piece by spoken word poet Anis Mojgani called Milos, took little time in drawing attention with their sound, live presence, and debut EP, Tasting Fire. The Manchester quintet’s first release was well-received and potently opened up the potential and invention of the band’s songwriting and sound, a promise skilfully realised by Smoke Signals whilst providing suggestions there is still plenty more within the band to be explored. Recorded with producer Matt Hyde (Bullet for my Valentine, Slipknot, Machine Head, Funeral For A Friend), and following the band’s success in making it to the final Red Bull selection of 15 bands vying to play Download Festival, Smoke Signals is a potent statement in luring a greater spotlight upon the band.

The release opens with a sultry and gentle caress as first track Danger High glides into view. It is an atmospheric start embracing the imagination but just the gateway into punchy beats from drummer Steven Hall and a weave of raw AMFOM Artworkriffs and sonic enterprise cast by guitarists Mark Holden and Jane Hebenton, the latter’s twin Helen providing dark portentous shadows with her brooding basslines to the mix. It is a masterfully magnetic entrance to song and release, which as it grows and brews in intensity, continues the charm offensive through the excellent mellow tones of Tom Buxton. Finally settling into a firm and contagious stride, as guitars and vocals spread evocative and harmony soaked expression respectively, the song almost growls in creative contentment and melodic temptation. It is an enthralling encounter which just gains in strength and depth over time.

The following One By One matches rugged riffery and imposing rhythms with more seductive melodies and vocal elegance. It works from a similar template to its predecessor but in its individual way builds a wall of lingering persuasion, which again over time shows inventive twists and avenues within its tantalising scenery. The rhythmic bones of the track are big and its melodic skin tight, creating an anthemic potency which is inescapable. The song, as maybe the EP, is missing a snarl or two to wrong-foot or intimidate ears and thoughts, but with the impressive design and skills of the guitars aligned to soaring vocals deeply flavoursome, the track easily makes the strongest engagement.

Wait For Me attempts to find a grizzled call initially, though it is tempered by keys which continually help enflame each song in varied ways, before slipping into an emotionally flamed flight of pungent melodies and vocal warmth veined by sinew driven rhythmic tenacity. It is a transfixing track which sits somewhere between Deftones and 30 Seconds To Mars, with the bordering on orchestral strength of keys finding seeds in the likes of an Evanescence or Flyleaf. Though not the most accessible song of the release, it is its most gripping in imagination and exploration, the band on a new plateau for invention.

Smoke Signals is closed by Young Blood, another track which suggests it is an explosion in the making but remains within an appealing restraint, swapping ferocity for spicily tanged short grooves and crystaline keys amidst guitar sculpted melodies. Once more individual flair combines for a lively smouldering of emotive colour and sonic expression, resulting in an engrossing melodic adventure.

The track sums up the strength of the EP, and also its only miniscule want, that of the previously mentioned aggression or snarl to draw a more distinct line between the overall sounds of songs. Nevertheless Smoke Signals is a tasty and bewitching encounter marking another big step in the emergence of A Mouth Full Of Matches, a band heading in the right direction with the prospect of major horizons in their own hands.

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Us Amongst The Rest – Follow the Truth

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Impassioned and skilfully driven, the alternative rock bred sound running through Follow the Truth is an easily impressive proposition. The debut album from UK band Us Amongst The Rest, it contains twelve tracks which are ablaze with invention and emotive fire to spark a definite keen appetite for their creators. It is a curious affair though, in that it impresses and oozes enterprise on every level but lacks the indefinable spark to completely excite. To be fair there are tracks where it is easy to shout loud about their potency and thrilling presence but ultimately the album is more about the sizeable potential within it leading to an anticipation of big things for and from the band ahead.

Formed in 2012, the quartet from York is a maturely accomplished proposition through the previous exploits and experiences of its members and an obvious instinctive ability to write infectious and intelligently sculpted rock songs. Follow the Truth provides all the evidence needed to back up that claim, the album which was recorded with Sam and Joe Graves (Axewound, Glamour of the Kill, Asking Alexandria) at InnerSounds Studios, a collection of stylishly crafted and passionately paraded intriguing encounters. Lyrically its songs are themed by personal struggles and emotional conflicts and again this only adds to the undeniable emotive blaze at the heart of release and contents.

From its piano shaped atmospheric Intro, the album swiftly cages ears and imagination with Fields of Fray and its feisty blaze of thumping rhythms and aggressive riffs. It comes bound in an instantly engaging melodic enticement from guitarists Danny Beardmore and Dan Stockdale, resulting in a stirring entrance soon enhanced by the excellent and increasingly impressive vocals of bassist Karl Sandor. Once established the track settles in to a powerful stride of sonic and melodic tenacity, like a mix of Atreyu and Alterbridge with spicing from 30 Seconds to Mars and the band’s own inventive twists. It is a pleasing if unspectacular beginning to the album which is straight away reinforced by Love Is the Bull. Punctuated by the punchy beats of Paul Fernandez, the track supplies emotional flames over persuasive guitar and bass temptation to wrap ears and thoughts in provocative textures and expression. As the album in many ways, it is hard to announce real originality to the song but easy to announce the superb craft and melodic depths within it.

Bring the Fuel is another matter, a track to wax lyrical about with pumping energy and contagious enterprise uniting for an anthemic stomp lorded masterfully over by the voice of Sandor and the inventive adventure of the guitars. The Us Amongst The Rest album artworksinger’s bass exploits too find a heady virulence in their temptation matched by the crisp jabs of Fernandez. With essences of Avenged Sevenfold definitely spicing up the excellent track, it makes for the first pinnacle of the album and no surprise it has raised such interest and anticipation for the album as a single alone in a great many.

The track gives a tough task to follow for both Blood in Me and Angels, one which they provide strong offerings in reply. The first of the two is a pungent mix of scorching melodies and stabbing riffs resulting in a track which sways from seductive warmth to antagonistic intensity with seamless success whilst the second is a radiant power ballad confirming the vocal and individual skills of the band perfectly. As with many of the songs it does not startle but leaves a healthy appetite in place for the album and the band’s emerging diversity in songwriting and presence.

The excellent title track steps up next, it’s initial almost melancholic idle up to ears again a refreshing caress of vocal and melodic expression which leads to a richer and forceful sonic fire framed by probing rhythms. It is a slow burner of a song to some extent but another emerging as one of the album’s highlights before stepping aside for the less successful but enjoyable Silver & Lead. Expectations are not left hungry by the track but still fed a tasty slab of melodic metal which sparks only satisfaction which next up Horizons gives a spicier rewarding incitement to through its catchy grooves and dramatic heart bred tenacity.

Unforgettable similarly gets feet and ears swiftly on board if passions are left more reserved with its creative resourcefulness and vocal potency whilst Rise whips up another riveting anthem. Arguably the most inventive track on the album with its subtle vocal twists and entwining sonic threads, it is a tantalising proposition which as all tracks is drenched in the potential suggesting that the band will ascend to impressive heights ahead.

Completed by the very decent and pleasing Falling Skies, which also vocally features Sam Graves, Follow The Truth is undeniably an impressive and attention grabbing release which raises expectations and hopes for Us Amongst The Rest, something going by their first release you can see the band probably surpassing with relish and ease.

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RingMaster 29/09/2014