RAVEN: New Song Posted Online

Legendary British/American heavy metal trio RAVEN has posted a new song, entitled "Breaking You Down", on their official web site. The track comes off the group's new album, "Walk through Fire", which was recorded at the Assembly Line Studios with engineer/mixer Kevin 131 (PROJECT: FAILING FLESH, DECEASED, DYSRYTHMIA, GARDEN OF SHADOWS).

Commented RAVEN bassist/vocalist John Gallagher, "It's taken this long so we are just crossing the t's and dotting the i's. It sounds so good we just want it exact — it's the right combination of spontaneous lunacy captured with the sounds we've always wanted."

RAVEN's last studio album, "One for All", was released in 1999 via Massacre Records.

Upcoming RAVEN shows:

Apr. 26 - L'Amour, Staten Island, New York
Jul. 20 - TMT Metal Festival, Tioga Center, New York

Fan-filmed video footage of RAVEN performing at the first edition of Mario's Metal Meeting on November 11, 2007 at 013 in Tilburg, the Netherlands can be viewed below.


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