The Raven Age announce new album ‘Exile’

Melodic metal quintet The Raven Age announce Exile, out September 17th via Explore1 Music Group/EX1 Records. The new album is a beautifully curated selection of songs featuring 11 tracks including two new original songs, plus fan favourites from their 2019 release Conspiracy as well as hand-picked live tracks from tours in front of massive audiences … Continue reading The Raven Age announce new album ‘Exile’

Gig Review: Alter Bridge / Shinedown / The Raven Age – SSE Hydro (17th December 2019)

Six years ago, Alter Bridge were the first rock band to play Glasgow’s then-newest and “state of the art” venue, in front of thousands of people. Those same people would also discover on the same night that said venue was shit. Since then, we’ve gone another couple of albums from the four-piece, another visit on … Continue reading Gig Review: Alter Bridge / Shinedown / The Raven Age – SSE Hydro (17th December 2019)

Album Review: The Raven Age – Conspiracy

A lot of superlatives and hyperbole have been chucked around about The Raven Age - saviours of metal, the best new hope and all that. I don't know if I'd go that far as there are so many great acts out there, but on the strength of only two main releases there's no doubt that … Continue reading Album Review: The Raven Age – Conspiracy

Gig Review: Tremonti / The Raven Age – Liquid Rooms, Edinburgh (6th December 2018)

It’s been three years since Mark Tremonti’s self-titled band played Edinburgh and less than six months since the last Tremonti tour. Their return sees them on the other side of the country after Glasgow was well-served in the scorching summer heat. Thankfully, the Liquid Rooms is able to match that June evening inside on a … Continue reading Gig Review: Tremonti / The Raven Age – Liquid Rooms, Edinburgh (6th December 2018)

Festival Review: Nova Rock 2018 Day 4

Entering the Pannonia Fields on Sunday took a lot longer than the other days due to the amount of people that seemed to be leaving. We finally got to the Red stage in time to see part of Less Than Jake’s set. Chris DeMakes on vocals and guitar joked about camera men “not getting paid … Continue reading Festival Review: Nova Rock 2018 Day 4

Gig Review: Savage Messiah / The Raven Age, Glasgow Cathouse (15th April 2018)

It seems to be a fairly quiet evening for a Cathouse gig.  The crowd in attendance is smaller in numbers than usual. But it is mitigated by the fact that these are dedicated fans here to support two stellar representatives of the modern London pub scene. We interviewed both The Raven Age and Savage Messiah … Continue reading Gig Review: Savage Messiah / The Raven Age, Glasgow Cathouse (15th April 2018)