Raven Cain’s new album ‘Oblivious’ is out now
American rocker Raven Cain releases his new album ‘Oblivious’ on 1st December
‘Oblivious’ is a storming album, tracks of southern rock with flecks of blues and country added into the mix, making one almighty feel-good rock ‘n’ roll album.
“Oblivious” is one of the most thought-provoking and diverse Southern rock records of the year”
Maximum Volume Music
You can download the full album from the dropbox link below:
Raven Cain is a man whose life reads like a Chuck Palahniuk novel. Raised in an ultrareligious cult, with his mother, A father who was an absent musician and a stepfather who abused, poisoned, and almost killed him. To say his life was traumatic is an understatement. His family fought hopeless poverty and substandard living conditions his whole childhood. Despite overwhelming odds, Raven managed to devote his life to his two passions, Music and Martial Arts. Raven’s well-known reputation for a wild stage presence and thought-provoking lyrics earned him the title of the 90’s Iggy Pop by Flash Magazine. Raven currently a 6th Degree Black Belt; in 1999 Raven began to do active work with the Guardian Angels.
His latest release, Oblivious, is a collaboration with noted guitarist and producer Tommy Harrison, where he showcased his southern rock/ biker rock with a twist of philosophy, with traits that feature his reputation as a powerful vocalist and an insightful songwriter. Offstage, Raven keeps people intrigued with his ongoing artistic endeavors, including co-founding the martial art KaJuKiBo, becoming an Ordained Buddhist Priest. Where Raven shines is as a true artist and frontman, whose dynamic stage performance leaving the crowd wanting more.
Considering he is a direct blood descendant of Blackbeard, the world’s most notorious and infamous pirate, it would seem he is merely keeping the family tradition of a chaotic and exciting life alive.
Son Of The South
One Foot In The Grave
No Rest For The Wicked
Plane To Utah
All American Bad Ass
The band is: Raven Cain, Tommy Harrison, Dani Harrison