Former MORGION Members Launch New Band

January 8, 2005

According to a posting at, former MORGION members Rhett Davis and Justin Christain have joined forces with NEPENTHEAN founder Ron Slater in a new band called KEEN OF THE CROW. Songs have been crafted and recording and touring are planned for the relatively near future.

Musically speaking, the sonic output from KEEN OF THE CROW will not be similar to that of MORGION or NEPENTHEAN as they are striving to cultivate their own sound and identity.

As of this writing, key players and additions to the band are still being made and they hope to have a solid line up locked in within the next few weeks.

An official KEEN OF THE CROW web site is currently in development.

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