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Ravagers "Down That Road"

Posted April 10, 2021, 10:22 a.m. in Videos by Loren
Ravagers "Down That Road"

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Baltimore, MD's protopunk-inspired Ravagers have shared a new single, "Down That Road," including a video further down in this post. It's the band's second new single this year, which will lead-up to their Badlands full-length later this fall.

Taking influence from the greats -- Dead Boys, New York Dolls, and Ramones -- the band recorded Badlands with Tuk Smith (formerly Biters/Tuk Smith and the Restless Hearts) and Dan Dixon. It will see release on Spaghetty Town Records (USA) and Wanda Records (Germany) in September. 

The band is also scheduled for RKR MTN Ripper II in Denver on Sept. 10-12.

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