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Ramener is a 3 piece metal band from Long Island, New York. High octane, full of energy, and face melting live performances are what the fans always come out to see. Fueled by the fires that are nested within everyone, Ramener sets out to add something unique to the scene. Jam heavy soloing coupled with flowing and powerful riffs are what make RamenerRamener.

Lyrics to Dogs:

What's inside me

Longing to be

Violent nature

Pulling my strings

Clench my teeth

To keep you in

The more I struggle

Oh that's when

I see red, Heaven, and hell

In your eyes, I see the thrill

Won't be long, till it takes over

In between those two on your shoulders

Your shoulders

Day in day out

can't get the words out

All those voices

Filler her with doubt

caught in your web

Spun with lies

Snake bitten

Turned blind

I see red, heaven, and hell

In your eyes, I see the thrill

Won't be long, till it takes over

In between those two on your shoulders

Your shoulders

I see red, heaven, and hell

In your eyes, I see the thrill

Won't be long till it takes over

In between those two on your shoulders

Your shoulders

What are your favorite lyrics from your latest single?

Hard to say. Maybe “in your eyes, I see the thrill”. It’s a cool line and I feel like a lot of people can really relate to a moment that reflects this in their own life. Also, it's on the back of one of our merch shirts and it came out soooo cool. I just love the way it looks.

What kind of pull did you feel about making the single?

I'm not really sure what this is asking but if you mean what drove me to write this song it was a combination of overcoming and dealing with inner demons. Things like drugs or whatever you else can imagine. It's a song about going through it.

Are all your writing sessions collaborative or do you go off on your own? Do you have a preference?

I will come up with the lyrics and the main riff and chorus for our songs but Sam and Ricardo add their own unique flair to everything which makes it awesome. It’s not like one person is doing all the heavy lifting, we all contribute.

Do you ever compare the work you bring to the table?

Not really. I usually write something that I feel in my heart or that pops into my head. I don't sit around and try to compare my music or writings to anyone else. I like to just let the lyrics write themselves and leave it at that.

What is standard practice when it comes to if the song is really finished?

If we all jam on it and it sounds good it’s done. Easy as that, the process of tweaking out all the details may take a bit– like certain fills here and there on the drums but that's really it. We can usually figure a new song out in 1-2 practices.

What was the goal for making the latest track?

I wouldn’t say there really is a goal, I just want to make music that people like. I guess my goal would be to make a song that people can reflect on and go back to a time in their life when they had the same sort of feeling or experience.

Challenges to the new music that no one would know about?

We want to maybe start recording all of our songs in drop C tuning so we’re trying to complement the sound in a way that makes sense. Drop C in my opinion adds a bit more depth and heaviness to our songs which is awesome in my opinion.

Favorite memory in the making of this music?

To be honest a lot of the writing and making of the music for me is done while I'm alone. The memories I have of writing this music aren't usually good ones. I usually reflect on the struggles of my life and get them out through writing.

Is there anything off the table when it comes to bringing yourselves into your music?

No, I mean I'm open to wherever my brain decides to go. Most times it brings me to places I don't really like being but It feels better once I write it out. It’s pretty therapeutic.

Leave us on a high note! And share some good news!

So we have a tour coming up in October and we plan to release a new single just before then to get the hype train rolling. I believe it will be mostly in the Northeast but I think some parts of Tennessee as well. Would love to see some people make it!


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