The band was now ready to finally begin recording the wealth of musical material they had prepared. With the help of producer Jack Fenstermaker, Ravage recorded the Curse Of Heaven EP in 2003 and released it on their own label, 'Society For World Wide Ravage Records'. The recording met with international acclaim and its limited pressing quickly sold out as both local fans and international mail orders snatched up copies as quickly as they could be printed. In early 2004 the band began recording its first full-length album, tentatively entitled Spectral Rider with an international release due in October 2005 on Germany's 'Karthago Records'. During a long and arduous recording process, the band parted ways with both drummer Phil Coyne, who left to join the band Random Acts Of Violence (while continuing his duties in Cryptic Warning), and bassist Anthony Bud (who had musical differences with the band that came to light during the recording). The band soldiered on, and luckily they quickly found an excellent drummer, George Bellofatto. They continued playing local shows with fill-in bass players (including Howie Snow of the progressive hardcore band Move The Rabbit) as they finished up the mixing and mastering of the new record. The record was released in 2006 featuring catchy guitar riffs, soaring guitar leads and solos, hammering melodic breakdowns, powerful melodic vocals and inspired dark fantasy lyrics with socio-political undertones.
The Freedom Fighter EP (2008) and The End of Tomorrow (2009) featured the membership of Nick Izzo (guitars), Eli Firicano (guitars), Alec Firicano (vocals), Howie Snow (bass) and George "GTB" Bellofatto Jr. (drums). Tommy Grimaldi (bass) and Derek Jay (drums) were the new members of note for the follow-up Return of the Spectral Rider (2017). The EPs, The Derelict City (2018) and The Worldwide Resistance (2021) would follow.