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Ram-Zet is an extreme metal/avant-garde metal band formed in Norway in 1998. It began as a one-man project by singer and guitarist Zet, which later evolved into a full-grown band with the arrival of Küth (drums) and Solem (bass), leading to the release of Ram-Zet’s debut album Pure Therapy in September 2000.

Ram-Zet’s music is very diverse ranging from black metal to thrash metal. It has industrial sounds, progressive structures, and traditional instruments forming a style which some people, including band mastermind Zet, have called “schizo-metal”. Their music contains lots of rare time signatures, unconventional harmonies, and unusual violin parts. They can be regarded as an avant-garde metal band, because of the wide range of genres influencing them.

Ram-Zet’s lyrics are strongly linked to a schizophrenia theme. The lyrics of Pure Therapy, Escape, and Intra all revolve around this mental disorder. Forming a story which runs through all three albums, they feature two main characters: a schizophrenic patient in a dubious mental institution (sung by Zet), and a nurse trying to help him evade (sung by Sfinx).

In October 2008 the band took 10 of their songs and re-arranged them for an acoustic concert in their home town of Hamar. Approximately 200 people got to see this one time event. The concert was filmed and is expected to be released on DVD in February/March 2010.


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  • crazysharky666

    To ad to my previous comment: 'Neutralized' and 'Freaks in Wonderland' are great aswell, although the mastering on FiW feels a bit off. That said, I think that 'Neutralized' is their second best album.

    10 Ago 2014 Responder
  • crazysharky666

    Another band I pretty much have rediscovered. Excellent stuff 'specially the album 'Intra'.

    5 Ago 2014 Responder
  • DarKnEstPodE

    I'm in love with this band, freaking awesome!!! I like all albums, and I really enjoyed FIW another masterpiece |m|

    24 Fev 2014 Responder
  • therottingone

    Escape baby, oh yeah!!

    13 Nov 2012 Responder
  • nnmore

    8 Mai 2012 Responder
  • Nicaizada

    Escape is still the best album of ALL time :]

    4 Mai 2012 Responder
  • bgranli

    Back in 2001 I thought their sound was a bit too clean for my taste (still, I spent countless hours listening to Pure Therapy), but after rediscovering them last week, I have no objections against their sound. I look forward to catch up on everything that has happened post Pure Therapy.

    29 Abr 2012 Responder
  • Century_Skunk

    Ram-Zet needed to go somewhere "different" without losing their identity as I think the formula was becoming stale on Neutralized (ironic also due the album title). I think with FIW they have succeeded in this endeavour - revitalizing themselves without losing any of their "zet-ness" (if that makes any sense). It's fast climbing up my rank of favourites and would probably class it as my 3rd favourite release behind Escape and Intra.

    17 Abr 2012 Responder
  • Mattman001

    I see what GlamMaster is saying when he calls the new album more "commercial"; it sounds different than their past albums, I get it. However, it is by no means an "epic fail". FIW still has Ram-Zet written all over it, and it's still outlandish enough that it cannot be called mainstream by any stretch of the imagination, nor is it boring. If you think so, it's because you're an idiot. FIW is easily another solid release from a solid band. Rock the fuck on, friends!

    15 Abr 2012 Responder
  • BeyondVexing

    Absolutely remarkable album! The more I listen to Freaks In Wonderland, the more I like it. There isn't a Ram-Zet album I dont like.

    12 Abr 2012 Responder
  • max1978

    invalid indeed.

    12 Abr 2012 Responder
  • RealKustin

    Erm... I can understand it takes time for the songs to grow on the listener or that they can't satisfy everyone but seriously... Ram-Zet going "commercial"? Explanation or your opinion = invalid.

    3 Abr 2012 Responder
  • Divine_Trick

    Let's go to Russia after concert in Belarus!!!

    2 Abr 2012 Responder
  • sOULiON

    what's with the generic youtubesque comments ("i have an opinion but i can't explain it or use my own words to discribe it." then don't type anything.)? how is the new album a fail and what makes it boring to you? commercial means i can play it to my mom and my dance club friends and they will like it, right? no! it might not be as fierce as escape and neutralized but it still has technical parts and doesn't lack the ram-zet vibe. i'm enjoying the even more theatrical flair on this one, will listen to it a few more and invite anybody that likes ram-zet and related bands to do so as well.

    1 Abr 2012 Responder
  • Sanibroyeur

    new album is an EPIC fail... boring and commercial [2]

    31 Mar 2012 Responder
  • Glamaster

    new album is an EPIC fail... boring and commercial!!! A shame to the norwegian metal scene!

    30 Mar 2012 Responder
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    30 Mar 2012 Responder
  • JohnLateralus

    Unexpect before Unexpect

    27 Mar 2012 Responder
  • DeadViper

    21 Mar 2012 Responder
  • RealKustin

    Just finished listening to their entire discography and I bought the Freaks In Wonderland album in Spotify. So far, even after a couple of listens of this new album I've still got to digest the most of it but I enjoyed it since it's still so refreshing in the end. Definitely looking forward to discover more from it.

    19 Mar 2012 Responder
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