Building on an ongoing relationship of at least three years, Raging Storm is happy to announce the signing of Rent Veil to its roster of artists. Self-described as “southern praise metal”, Rent Veil consists of death metal veterans who have taken a whole new direction in their music, quoting a long list of references from almost every rock and metal genre. Having recently completed work on their EP “Praise, Honour & Glory” at the Sound Lair in Knoxville, RSR and Rent Veil will be announcing a release date soon.

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About Rent Veil

Knoxville, TN – In mid November of 2007, in the backwoods of eastern Tennessee, the chill in the air was simply a promise of another long winter to come. There was a sound that rang through that cold air, a din – if you will, of something new and exciting. This clamor carried with it the beauty of an Easter morning sunrise service, the aggression of a “hell fire and brimstone” southern Baptist preacher and the soul of southern roots that had once been covered with the filth of a Godless world. This sound, this music became – Rent Veil.

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