RAVAGE Rejoined By Bassist HOWIE SNOW

Boston metallers RAVAGE have been rejoined by bassist Howie Snow. Howie played on a track on the band's 2005 full-length release "Spectral Rider" and performed with the band at the Swordbrothers Festival in Andernach, Germany in 2006.

Commented lead singer Al Ravage: "Howie is a great guy and a fantastically energetic force and we welcome him back. I think we are at our best with Howie as he adds an element of brutality to our most melodic parts on recordings and fans love his frantic energy on the live stage."

In other news, RAVAGE has completed recording a cover version of the WARLOCK song "Cold World" for a forthcoming tribute album, to be released by Pure Steel Records.

RAVAGE recently released a six-song EP, "Freedom Fighter", on the band's own SWWR Productions label. A full-length CD, "The End Of Tomorrow", will follow later this year.


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