RAVAGE: 'Damn Nation' Samples Available
Boston, Massachusetts-area power metallers RAVAGE have posted audio samples from their forthcoming album, "Damn Nation", at this location. "These clips are not mastered — they aren't even from the official final mix — but they'll give you an idea of what it sounds like," says the band.
In other news, RAVAGE recently shot a video for its cover of JUDAS PRIEST's "Nightcrawler". According to the group, "The song will appear on the 'Damn Nation' album and a couple of additional videos will come out after the CD is released. The video was directed by enigmatic cinematographer John 'Johnny Brasscomb' Koziol, who is also currently at work on the feature film 'Lawson: White Heat'."
RAVAGE's next live appearance will take place at Ralph's Diner in Worcester Massachusetts on February 21. Also scheduled to appear are ARMORY, IN HARM'S WAY and FROM THE SHADOWS.
"Damn Nation" is due later in the year via Karthago Records.
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