RAVENLAND Releases New Single 'Poisoned'

RAVENLAND Releases New Single 'Poisoned'

Brazilian gothic metallers RAVENLAND have released a new single called "Poisoned". The song was produced by Augusto Lopes (ex-TORTURE SQUAD, FANTTASMA, ETERNAL MALEDICTION) at Casanegra Studios, Studio 24h and Norcal Studios.

To celebrate 15 years since its first release, "October Of 1998", RAVENLAND has issued a compilation CD, "Ravensongs For The Ravenhearts", consisting of the EPs "Back" (2008), "Memories" (2011), "Nevermore" (2012) and tracks from the band's latest full-length album, "...And A Crow Brings Me Back" (2009), in addition to a previously unreleased track and the "Among Two Storms" song from the ROTTING CHRIST tribute CD, which came out in 2003.

Check out the new single "Poisoned" in the YouTube clip below.


Dewindson Wolfheart (vocals)
Timo Kaarkoski (guitar)
Renato Reggini (guitar)
Rafael Agostine (bass/keys)
Victor Angellis (drums)


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