Former MOTOGRATER Members Launch RIVEN

Former MOTOGRATER members Michael "Angel" Woodruff, Nathan Harris, Mark Nosler, Tyler Hole and Jeremy "Twitch" Scheller have unveiled their new project, RIVEN.

Fans were ecstatic to be introduced to RIVEN, an ambient hard rock/metal ensemble featuring Angel and Harris on vocals, Nosler on guitar, Hole on bass and Twitch on drums.

"We're really excited about the new sound and the energy that is surrounding the band right now," says Angel, "We're able to express ourselves in ways we may not have been able to in the past."

RIVEN is working hard in the studio, recording with Ahrue Luster of ILL NINO.

RIVEN's sound is described as "an atmosphere of fury and aggression combined with evocative lyrics. Their music embodies wrathful, brooding melodies and intense moments of lament and clarity."

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