Ravings of a Madman Bio:
“….Where life and death are meaningless and pain is God…” It’s the war cry. Whenever Ravings of a Madman steps on a stage, that’s what you get: an out of this world, ear opening experience, appealing to every type of fan, everywhere. Formed in late 2004, at a dark time in life, the band immediately began putting in long hours, writing music and tightening up the sound. After “locking in the toxins” Ravings of A Madman burst on the scene with a style all their own. A change in the lineup left songwriter Jeremiah Hammon (Madman) and drummer Jeremy Pappenfus (Pabst) to create their own precise and extreme sound that is comparable to no one. Jeremiah Hammon (Madman) moves the crowd with his melodic guitar licks and radical vocal style. Ricky Mundt (Shroder) adds harmonies on the vocals and a low end frequency to solidify the melodies. On the drums, Jeremy Pappenfus (Pabst) brings groove oriented beats and crazy fills to complete the insanity that is Ravings of a Madman. Dominating the local scene with hundreds of shows and expanding out to surrounding states, Ravings of a Madman has played for thousands of fans, in tons of cities and opened shows for bands such as: Hemlock, Five Foot Thick, Single Bullet Theory, and Hatepiece. The only band to be put on the bill for the Northwest Jagerfest “Stomping Through the Rockies” was Ravings of a Madman. Started as a way to diversify the stage show, Ravings of a Madman has busted out acoustic guitars and changed up their stage presence. The Acoustic Madman unexpectedly erupted as a second project to further the appeal to the crowds and open up a whole new world of music and creating a totally unique fanbase. Giving back, Ravings of a Madman hosted a Hurricane Katrina Benefit raising $2500 for the Red Cross of Montana. The talent and determination of Ravings of a Madman will put this band on top.