Thursday, August 17, 2017
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The Moshville Times

New Band of the Day: Ravenface

Ravenface

Blackpool. Home of that big tower. Shitty stag weekends. A football team that play in a strip that could be confused with a motorway worker’s fluorescent jacket.

And rock.

In this case Ravenface, a five-piece (though one member is in the process of leaving while auditions are held for a new guitarist) playing what I guess you could pigeon-hole as melodic death metal. Ish. They’re a bit lighter than that but it’s close enough for those who think everything needs a category.

Their first EP, Isolation, topped 10,000 downloads and their debut album This is Annihilation (self-released as was the EP) is getting good reviews. In fact so good that I just decided to buy their more recent offering (Divided Kingdoms) after listening to the YouTube video beneath.

You can download This is Annihilation from the evil Apple iTunes store or get a proper CD copy of Divided Kingdoms (£5 plus a very reasonably £1 P&P within the UK) from Big Cartel.

As well as an upcoming tour in April (details on their facebook page), they’re playing the Friday night at Scotland’s Les-Fest festival in June.

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Mosh

Father. Husband. Teacher of Computing. PADI divemaster. Krav Maga Practitioner. Geordie. Geek. Nerd. Metal nut. I also own and run a website - you may have heard of it.

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[…] second album and – frankly – it’s a pearler. As I said in the “new band of the day” post I did on them, you could pigeon hole them as melodic death metal. After listening a […]

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[…] covered Raveface as New Band of the Day back in March and even reviewed their album separately as I enjoyed it so […]

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[…] who I featured as New Band of the Day some amount of weeks ago, have just announced a tour in November with Exist Immortal as support. […]

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