Ravenface – Breathe Again – Album Review 06/12/2018 31 Ravenface - Breathe Again - Album Review Ravenface - Breathe Again - Album Review 8 Ravenface - Breathe Again - Album Review 8 Ravenface - Breathe Again - Album Review 8 Ravenface - Breathe Again - Album Review 8 Ravenface - Breathe Again - Album Review 82018-12-068Overall ScoreReader Rating: (2 Votes)9.5Ravenface, the British Metal band originating from Lancashire, arrive with new material, 5 years on from when they last hit the studio. On the back of an appearance at UK Tech Fest and also featuring in Kerrang and Metal Hammer, this re-energised quintet are getting the praise they deserve. Opening and title track, ‘Breathe Again’ shows excellent guitar work, melodies flowing throughout. James Denton’s dulcet tones resembling a mixture of Benjamin Burnley (Breaking Benjamin) and Trenton Woodley (Hands like Houses) ‘In Time and Sight’ has the addition of keyboards and acoustic guitar which gives the album a switch up. Ravenface have done very well to capture such good melodies all the way through this album. A slow paced guitar solo follows an emotional, passionate chorus. ‘Fighters’ is another standout, upping the tempo from the last track including another excellent chorus. Having listened to some of Ravenface’s earlier material, there is definitely a switch up in genres as they move toward melody rather than the aggressive style that they mixed with. The new addition of guitarist Leah Woodward, helps the band toward a more melodic sounding album, it really does pay off. I’d put this album into the hard rock category rather than their former label of metalcore. Ravenface have done exceptionally well to insure there are no album fillers and show excellent musicianship. Breathe Again will be an album that take this band from strength to strength. Definitely one to look out for Peter Watts Breathe Again out now 1) Breathe Again 2) Gasoline 3) Tyrants and Kings 4) Colder 5) In Time, In Sight 6) Fighters 7) Tastes Like Misery 8) Light In the Dark 9) The Line RAVENFACE ARE: James Denton – Vocals Leah Woodward – Guitars Jack Ormond Prout – Vocals & Guitars Adam Dowd – Bass Cameron Spence – Drums Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ravenfaceuk/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/RavenFace_Band Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/ravenface_official Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Google+ (Opens in new window)Like this:Like Loading... Related Leave a Reply Cancel Reply Your email address will not be published.CommentName* Email* Website This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.