HM PREMIERE: Raviner drops new track, music video for ‘Animal’

October 30, 2020 By David Stagg

Today, HM is proud to premiere the new music video for “Animal” from rock band Raviner. This is the second single from Raviner’s upcoming eponymous release. The band is currently rolling out a brand new lineup of members – vocalist Kamber Kigin, drummer Christian Nicks, bassist Jordan Armstrong, and guitarist Josh Maher – as they rehearse and write new material for release in 2021.

HM spoke with Kigin about the track:

“Animal” is a raging hard rock track with brooding symphonic elements and soaring guitar riffs. It explores themes of empowerment and overcoming toxic vices.

The self-described “cinematic alt-hard rock” band started out in Nashville in 2015 when Kigin was preparing work for a solo career playing their first gig in early 2016, the same year they released their first EP.

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