"Raze combine slick hooks with groovy riffs and pounding breakdowns to create a unique and addictive sound."
Raze are an alternative metal band based in South East England, fusing modern metal grooves and technical solos with the raw emotion of nineties grunge.
Although initially established in 2014, it was not until December 2017 that the band released their debut EP ‘Fallen Apart’; compiling songs written during their formative years. The release was promoted via a run of shows throughout 2018; spearheaded by a sell-out London release show and concluding with a slot supporting Chris Holmes of W.A.S.P.
Beyond successful UK tours in 2019 and 2021-2022, recent highlights include a 250-cap sellout performance at Club 85, Hitchin; and opening for Heart of a Coward in Milton Keynes.
Raze have gained a hard-earned reputation for their standout live shows; building momentum towards the imminent release of their debut album.
The band draws from an array of influences, from the emotive sound of Alice In Chains, Pearl Jam and Creed; through to the technicality, aggression and grooves exhibited by groups such as Machine Head and Pantera.
Raze consists of vocalist Louis Dunham, guitarists Daniel Eveleigh and Jack Ilott, bassist Sam Trueman and drummer Ethan Morter.