KEEN OF THE CROW, the new band featuring former MORGION members Rhett Davis and Justin Christian, along with NEPENTHEAN founder Ron Slater, have completed work on a new demo, entitled "Premonition". Audio samples of the tracks "Mercurial" and "Speaker of the Suns" can be heard at www.myspace.com/keenofthecrow.
Musically speaking, the sonic output from KEEN OF THE CROW is said to be "not similar" to that of MORGION or NEPENTHEAN as they are striving to cultivate their own sound and identity.
KEEN OF THE CROW is:
Rhett Davis - Drums
Justin Christian - Bass
Seth Arthur - Electric and Acoustic Guitars
Ron Slater - Electric and Acoustic Guitars
Dan Ochoa - Lead Vocals
Upcoming KEEN OF THE CROW shows:
Jan. 14 - Metal Devastation 2 - Phoenix, AZ
Jan. 22 - Que Sera - Long Beach, CA
Feb. 19 - The Knitting Factory - Hollywood, CA
Feb. 25 - The Cooler Lounge - Las Vegas, NE
May 11 - Swayze's - Marrietta, GA
May 15 - Return to the Pit Radio Show - Dover, NH
May 16 - The Living Room - Providence, RI
May 17 - The Knitting Factory - New York City, NY
May 18 - The Skybar - Somerville, MA
May 21 - Ye Olde Towne Inn - Mount Prospect, IL
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