RAVAGE vocalist Al Ravage recently spoke to Dead Rhetoric webzine about the making of the band’s new release “Return Of The Spectral Rider”, as well as the current state of the New England heavy metal scene and the changes the singer has seen throughout the past twenty years.
Ravage released “Return Of The Spectral Rider” on May 26th through the band’s own imprint Society For World Wide Ravage Recordings.
The record is a complete re-recording of the band’s album “Spectral Rider” which was given a limited release by Germany’s Karthago Records in 2005. The new recording features improved production quality, an updated track-listing, guest-appearance, all-new artwork by Tim Jacobus (known for painting the covers of the R.L. STINE’S GOOSEBUMPS and FEAR STREET series of horror novels) and bonus tracks that did not appear on the original release. The album is available on cd, limited edition Vinyl and digital download and is distributed by CDBaby and other outlets.
A link to the interview can be found at the following location: Ravage Dead Rhetoric webzine interview link
Ravage’s last album “The End Of Tomorrow” was released by Metal Blade Records in 2009.
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