RAVEN At BROOKLYN THUNDER FEST; Photos Available
Legendary British/American heavy metal trio RAVEN performed this past Friday (August 28) at the Brooklyn Thunder Fest at Europa in Greenpoint, New York. Also appearing on the bill were ROSS THE BOSS, WHITE WIZZARD, ZANDELLE and TITANIUM BLACK
Check out photos of RAVEN's performance from RockStarPix.com.
RAVEN released its new album, "Walk Through Fire", on March 25 in Japan through King Records. The CD was recorded at the Assembly Line Studios with engineer/mixer Kevin 131 (PROJECT: FAILING FLESH, DECEASED, DYSRYTHMIA, GARDEN OF SHADOWS).
RAVEN vocalist/bassist John Gallagher previously stated about the new CD, "It's the right combination of spontaneous lunacy captured with the sounds we've always wanted."
"Walk Through Fire" track listing:
02. Against The Grain
03. Breaking You Down
04. Under Your Radar
05. Walk Through Fire
07. Long Day's Journey
10. Running Around In Circles
11. Hard Road
14. Necessary Evil (Japan-only bonus track)
15. Space Station #5 (MONTROSE cover)
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