One step from the abyss

Base: Dachau • Germany
Genre: Dark Rock
Title: Pain
FFO: End Of Green, Paradise Lost, Charon
Format: Album
Label: Alster Records
Release: March 18, 2022

• Second album of the soulful Dark Rockers
• Captivating anthems full of heartbreak, sadness and anger
• Deeply serious music for profound spirits

The southern German Dark Rockers send you on a journey to the dark side of the soul with their second album PAIN ... and back again!

In eerily oppressive times, when nothing seems to be as constant as uncertainty, fear, grief and pain, one longs deeply for a trustworthy friend. For a real friend who holds your hand and resolutely accompanies you through the long night.

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With their new album PAIN, RAVENFIELD enable nothing less than exactly that! PAIN is the tried and tested soundtrack of our unsteady present. Deeply serious Dark Rock, which breathes a velvety soulful charisma at the top of its lungs.

[ Artwork: Ravenfield ]

Ten songs full of haunting emotions, heartbreak, sadness and anger, which unmistakably act like anthemic liberation beats - dark music that gets under your skin without any room for superficiality.

PAIN was recorded and produced at the trusted DarklandStudios by longtime End Of Green frontman MICHELLE DARKNESS.

The result are stirring songs that roll into the ears with pleasurable elegance. Also vocally outstanding presented RAVENFIELD offer on this album whole series of pleasant goose bumps.

And so it comes within the ballad "The Pain" to a captivating duet between Polo and low-frequency master Darkness, in which one can almost grasp the torturous pain and agonizing grief. (Markus Eck)

The touching art of German tragicians RAVENFIELD stands for guitar-oriented, melancholy-soaked and authentic emotional DARK ROCK - a heavy floating mix out of late Sentenced, Lake Of Tears, Poisonblack, Charon, late Tiamat and End Of Green.

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Founded in 2016, it did not take long for the hungry participants to find their very own style. One year later, RAVENFIELD published their self-titled EP.

A stable start was made, followed by the songwriting for the debut album. And so "Faith And Fall" was launched in the spring of 2019. 'Dark Rock to kill happiness', as the band itself declares about - and simply nails it.

[ Artwork: Paolo Schulze ]

Singer and axeman Polo, with his natural-catchy, multi-faceted voice, often reminds of the rockin' vocals of James Hetfield, what gives the band's melodic sound some striking nuances.

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Inside the creative centre of the four raven-souls turns all around melancholy, love and hate. The fact that not a little hope germinates in them makes the songs to good and faithful friends, who can quickly grow to heart … (Markus Eck)

On August 12th 2019, RAVENFIELD presented their new, official music video for the song "Self Destruction".

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01. Faith To Hate 03:42
02. Obsession 03:50
03. Killer 04:47
04. Circles 04:18
05. Monster 05:25
06. The Pain (feat. Michelle Darkness) 06:24
07. Autumn 05:26
08. Downfall 04:58
09. Fast And Curious 02:43
10. Chains 05:39

total: 47:33 min.

Polo • Vocals, Guitar
Marco • Guitar
Uli • Bass
Rio • Drums

2017 • Ravenfield • EP
2019 • Faith And Fall • Full-length 2022 • Pain • Full-length

RAVENFIELD are available for interviews via phone, Skype, Zoom & email