Ahead of the release of their second album, RavenEye have announced the ‘Caged Animals UK Tour‘.


After over a year off the road, we’re back with an exclusive, intimate series of shows to get you all warmed up for our second album, which is due to be released later in the year.

Picking some of the smallest venues around, the idea is to bring the GRUNGE back – get intimate, sweaty and rock out face-to-face!

Playing all the new ones, couple of the favourites, this intimate, face to face tour will not be one you want to miss.

12th July – Mother’s Ruin (Bristol)
13th July – The Sussex Basement (Tunbridge Wells)
14th July – The Prince Albert (Brighton)
17th July – The Sunset Lounge (Milton Keynes)
19th July – Aces & Eights (London)
20th July – RAMBIN’ MAN (Festival)
25th July – The Castle Hotel (Manchester)

Tickets available NOW from www.raveneyeofficial.com/store


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Australia’s leading international independent record label, Golden Robot Records continues to grow at an unprecedented pace.

The label is absolutely thrilled to announce that UK powerhouse rock trio rock RavenEye are now part of their ever-growing international roster!

RavenEye recently signed a global deal with Golden Robot Records which will see their highly anticipated second full length album released worldwide in 2019 via Golden Robot Records’ partners in the U.S., Europe and Japan.

RavenEye founder guitarist and vocalist Oli Brown says “We’re very grateful to sign with and now become a part of the Golden Robot family. It’s very important to be with a label that cares about the band and honours our musical vision. GRR is putting everything into making this next record the best one yet for us. It’s exciting times for RavenEye we’ve written so many songs to prepare for this record and now we have a label and the means to create it without any compromise.”

Mark Alexander-Erber Group Founder and President says of signing RavenEyerock is back, well it never went away really, and we at Golden Robot Records have been watching RavenEye from the start. They have all the ingredients of a brilliant rock band but stand above the pack with their attitude, ethic and of course, their killer songs! We couldnt be prouder of having the boys join the family and are looking forward to helping them take over the world!”

By 2014, a then 25 year old Oli Brown had already released four solo albums and toured the world for a decade with such players as Jeff Beck, Buddy Guy, Johnny Winter, Joe Satriani and others. Classic Rock Magazine described him as ‘one of the best and brightest guitar heroes in the world today.’

Channeling those skills and praise into a fully-fledged band, Oli, along with Aussie born bassist Aaron Spiers and original drummer Kev Hickman formed RavenEye  and have been slamming audiences with their signature heavy riffs and high energy live show all over Europe ever since along with Hickman’s replacement Adam Breeze.  With nods to influences such as Led Zeppelin, Soundgarden and QOTSA, RavenEye punch out big riffs, even bigger harmonies and the world has taken notice. Releasing the ‘Breaking Out‘ EP digitally in 2015, quickly followed by their debut album, ‘Nova‘, in 2016 they received universal praise from the global rock press and made a solid impact on US Active Rock Radio.

The band’s two releases and a non-stop touring ethos have established RavenEye as a powerful force in British rock and saw them secure major support tours around the world including opening for Slash w/ Myles Kennedy, The Darkness and Joe Satriani in the US, Aerosmith, Slash w/ Myles Kennedy, Bush, Halestorm, Blues Pills and Deep Purple across Europe as well as Kiss on their 2017 European arena tour.

RavenEye have also headlined their own tours across Europe and America as well as performing at major international festivals such as Download (UK, France & Spain) Reading and Leeds fests in the UK, Rock Am Ring and RockAm Park in Germany, Hellfest in France, Azkena Rock Festival in Spain, Rock For People in the Czech  Republic, Isla Del Blues festival in Spain, QStock Festival in Finland and, Louder Than Life and Aftershock Festivals in the US and Maximus Festival in Brazil and Argentina plus the first Fibrofest Charity Festival

RavenEye are currently recording the follow up to ‘Nova‘ in the Welsh countryside and are gearing up for a massive 2019 which will see their Golden Robot Records debut and a tonne of touring!

Their incendiary live show and compelling tunes have captivated crowds the world over and put them on the map as a ‘must see live’ band. Fans won’t have to wait too long to see them as the band are making their second appearance on Shiprocked in January 2019 and have just confirmed a full UK headline tour for February/March which will be announced soon.  Extensive US and European tours and festivals are currently being scheduled for the rest of 2019.

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RavenEye have just revealed details of a UK Headlining Tour ‘It’s Not Over ‘Til It’s Nova‘, which will kick off in January 2018.

The band have made the following announcement:

Here is our video announcement of the epic UK run we have ahead of us! We’ve had an incredible 2017 touring with KISS, Aerosmith, Bush and travelling the globe to the USA, Mexico and all over Europe!

We’re working hard to bring you an unforgettable show featuring all the songs from NOVA + BREAKING OUT and even some of the new material we’ve been working on

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Rockposer Dot Com! favorites RavenEye have just released an Official Video For ‘Come With Me‘, taken off their ‘Nova‘ album.

After an already hectic 2017 , the band are not easing up. Instead they’re about to set off on a 16-date US tour, starting in Grand Rapids, Michigan on Thursday 6th July and finishing in Houston, Texas three weeks later.

Line up:

Oli Brown, guitar/lead vocals
Aaron Spiers, bass/backing vocals
Adam Breeze, drums/backing vocals

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Review: RavenEye – Nova

Frontiers (September 2016)

Reviewer: Dan Mann

For those of you as of yet unfamiliar with RavenEye, they were formed two years ago by blues guitarist Oli Brown, who decided to dip his toe into the darkside, and with Aaron Spiers on bass and Kev Hickman on drums, the band released a 5 track EP, toured Europe and the States supporting the likes Of Slash and The Darkness, as well as playing Download and Steelhouse festivals among others.

Without resting on their laurels the band returned to the studio with Gunnar Olsen filling in on drum duty and their engineer from the EP, Warren Riker, taking the production helm, to record their first full length album entitled ‘Nova‘.

Having already become a fan of the band due to the EP and having seen them play live, I was more than a little keen to hearing the album.

Well how can one describe Nova? A monster wouldn’t be far off the truth! This album grabs you, picks you up and then slams you against the wall. The first thing that you notice is how big this album sounds. From the gritty opening of ‘Wanna Feel You‘ to the atmospheric ‘Supernova‘ this is an album of maturity mingled with outright passion and energy.

Some may question whether the band, now with Adam Breeze on drumming duty, will be able to replicate these tracks live. Well after their rip roaring headlining of Fibrofest there is no doubt that yes they can.

So if you looking for something to cut through the blandness of project bands and that forces you to crank up the volume then ‘Nova‘ is for you.