RAVENS CREED: New EP Artwork, Track Listing Unveiled

RAVENS CREED, the "VENOM-worshipping scumbags" featuring Steve Watson (ex-IRON MONKEY), Jason Graham, former SABBAT bassist Frazer Craske, and newly added vocalist Al Osta (a.k.a. The Syrian Destroyer), will release a brand new EP, "Nestless And Wild" (formerly "Black Bullets"), before the end of the year via Doomentia Records.

The track listing for the EP is as follows:

01. Stampede Of Skeletons
02. Breaking The Lord
03. Shoot The Wounded
04. The Wires Will Kill You

According to the band, "The cover will be thick card (like the [RAVENS CREED debut album] 'Albion Thunder' die-hard version) and will have posh as fuck UV spots to die for (Doomentia do the best-looking vinyl releases, don't you think?) as well as a lyric insert."

RAVENS CREED previously stated about the upcoming EP, "This is a great way of introducing the new lineup, so [four] tracks that we have already recorded for our second album (the power that dare not speak its name) will be used for the EP and the six songs we've written for the third LP will replace the ones that will be on the EP."

RAVENS CREED recently uploaded demo versions of three new songs — "Bashed In", "Black Bullets" and "The Wires Will Kill You" — to the band's MySpace page. The recordings feature Watson on vocals as "we've not had the pleasure of capturing [Al's] nasty bark as yet," according to Steve.

ORANGE GOBLIN's Ben Ward decided to leave RAVENS CREED due to "a lack of available time to commit to the band." He said in a statement, "It has reached the point that I can no longer give [RAVENS CREED] the time and energy that it deserves and I feel that by leaving now it will allow Steve, Jay and Frazer the opportunity to get somebody who is as passionate and dedicated to the band as they all are."

RAVENS CREED's debut album, "Albion Thunder", was released in July 2009 via Doomentia Records. The CD contains 12 songs with a running time of 39 minutes.

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