Biography

Edgy, Psychedellic Swampy and Heavy with provocative themes, biting social commentary, and Bukowski-esque stories of excess and debauchery from an innovator of Post-Punk, Bruce (Ravens) Moreland. Bruce co-founded the eighties original Post-Punk Band Wall of Voodoo in Los Angeles at age 16 with his brother, guitarist Marc Moreland. Bruce (Ravens) also wrote songs with Johnette Napolitano for Concrete Blonde, played for Nervous Gender, some shows on bass with Brian James (Damned) and Stiv Bators (Dead Boys, Lords Of The New Church). Moreland currently plays Bass Guitar, Guitar, Keyboards and vocals on all of his tracks. His powerful vocal style reminds one of Iggy Pop, Lux Interior and a bit Lou Reed. The music might be akin to something like A Dark and Nasty ZZ Top or Danzig with the Wall Of Voodoo roots apparent.

Official band website: ravensmoreland.com.

Edited by RavensMoreland on 2 Feb 2011, 05:50

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If you like , Ministry, Cramps, Deadbolt, 60’s psychedelic, Post Punk, The Stooges,My Life with the Thrill Kill Kult, The Damned, Type O Negative, The Seeds, The Doors

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