Raviner 2020

Today, HM is proud to premiere the new single from Raviner, “Drown.” The single comes from the band’s upcoming EP, scheduled for the release at the end of February.

Raviner’s single explores turbulent life changes with a cathartic release combining aggressive guitars mixed with a cinematic synthscape. The band went through an unofficial hiatus, experimenting with different lineups, but have always featured founding member and vocalist Kamber at the center.

To support the EP release, Raviner will be heading out on tour this March with Zahna. Raviner previously released an EP, Beast, in 2017.

  • March 13 – Canvas – Memphis, TN
  • March 14 – Shakers – Cape Girardeau, MO
  • March 15 – The Elbow Room – Wichita, KS
  • March 17 – The Compound – Tulsa OK
  • March 18 – Reno’s Chop Shop – Dallas TX
  • March 19 – Jake’s Back Room – Lubbock TX
  • March 20 – Bonds Rock Bar – San Antonio TX
  • March 21 – Dirty Dog Bar – Austin TX
  • March 22 – The White Swan – Houston TX
  • March 23 – Howlin’ Wolf – New Orleans LA* – Raviner only

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