RAVEN Frontman Says They Have Yet To Be Paid For MARCH METAL MELTDOWN Performance

RAVEN bassist/vocalist John Gallagher has posted the following message on the band's official forum in response to a question about possible touring in the near future:

"Right now we are working on new material — still...hey, its been this long we may as well get it right!! But I want us to get out & play... As you know it's a bit of a logistical nightmare getting the three of us together but we had such a blast doing the last shows... Still awaiting payment from the NJ festival [March Metal Meltdown VI], which pisses me off [to] no end.... But whatever...

"Just as a by the way, I have a new 16-track digital recorder which has (for me) [been] a big learning curve but it [is] an excellent tool... So we are getting closer to this 'next album'..."

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