Ravage To Play With Stratovarious and Ross The Boss
Boston thrashers, Ravage, have issued the following update regarding the details of their upcoming North American tour:
"So the tour schedule seems to be coming together slowly but... maybe surely. We've got a lot of good potential shows put together including a possible gig with the legendary Vicious Rumors, and confirmed shows with ROSS THE BOSS (Guitarist of Manowar and The Dictators) and STRATOVARIUS. We seem to be having an easier time putting together shows on the west coast for some reason - so if you have some contacts in the East and south, particularly florida and the carolina's - and Canada - let me know. I've had a devil of a time getting any Canadian gigs so far."
"I finally spoke to Ken Randisi from the TMT Metalfest - apparently he had gone through some major personal troubles and for reasons I won't discuss, was unable to contact anyone in regards to what happened. He apparently was ripped off in a major way by his partner a Kenneth Morrison, who defrauded Randeze's company and also everyone involved with the fest, so Randeze is in the process of seeking legal action against him."
"TMT will apparently continue at some point and a make-up shows has been scheduled for some time in October (which we obviously won't be a part of because we are going to be out on the West Coast at that point). So Ken Randisi (aka Randeze) says he is working on making things up to all parties involved and if that is the case, we may actually participate in some TMT event in the future. We'll see what happens."
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