Rafael Bennett is a singer/song writer born in Pelotas Brazil. At a very young age, Rafael would mimic his favourite singers from the likes of Robert Plant, Bon Scott and Freddie Mercury as he would dream of hitting the "Big Stage" himself one day. His first EP was recorded in 2004 and entitled "Patchwork Black" which featured 6-tracks that came more from his darker influences. In 2006, "Dear Lucifer" was recorded. Written by Gustavo Schwainschy, Gustavo Silveira and arranged by Leonardo Oxley, the song managed to reach over 24,000 hits on Myspace. His last partnership; Bennett & Dane (2011) recorded three tracks in tribute for "Rock the World Day" with producer/musician Augusto Dame. A cover of "We All Die Young," earned over 80,000 views with one of those views being JT Harris of Heavens Fire. "I knew right then our search was over" said JT as he was blown away by Rafael's power, passion and vocal range displayed within the video. Over 1000 emails later and Rafael had become the new voice to Heavens Fire!
 Winner of the 4th MUSIC FESTIVAL UCPEL-RS.
 Winner FESTIVAL SESI DISCOVERING TALENTS
 Finalist IDOLS BRAZIL program - SBT (BH-MG).
 22 FESTIVAL OF WINTER Sao Joao del Rei, MG.
Rafael screams into Shure Microphones and out of the Shure in Ears PSM600
Born and raised in Mexico City, Alexis Von Kraven has produced, performed and recorded with different artists across the globe. His main influence has always been European speed and power metal drumming combined with Latin rhythms and other different musical styles. In 2010, AVK was awarded 3rd place in Toronto's Fastest Drummer competition and in 2014 rejoined HEAVENS FIRE after a year of absence due to differences with a past member. Later on that year, JT Harris had retaken the leadership of the band and restored it's level of professionalism making the decision of AVK's return extremely easy. The second album "Playing with Fire" arrived just in time to seal the alliance between JTH & AVK and promises to be their best one to date!
Alexis uses and abuses: Zildjian Cymbals Mapex Drums Los Cabos Drumsticks Evans Drumheads D'Addario Accessories Puresound Percussion Shure Monitoring systems Yorkville mixing boards MusicMan Accesories Parches personalizados para Bombo (Custom Heads) Jellydrum pads DX Drumbags Jägermeister Fireball whiskey & Eastern European women.
Born and raised in Toronto Canada and playing bass since age 14, RC is no stranger to the Hard Rock/Metal music scene. He has shared the stage with musicians that have played for Journey, Y&T, Molly Hatchet and Pat Travers. His thunderous bass tone both live and in the studio brings a new dimension sonically not previously heard on any Heavens Fire record and compliments JT's guitar tone beautifully. RC is also a very strong song writer and lyricist as can be heard on his solo project ToxSyn. Many years ago, RC shared the stage with JT for the first time in the Van Halen tribute 5150 where they displayed a natural chemistry together. They are now reunited and ready to tour once again!
Born and raised in Toronto Canada, founding member JT Harris surprisingly did not start his musical journey on guitar. His first instrument was in fact the double bass. At age 11, he studied classical music while helping his school win several Kiwanis Festival competitions. By age 16, JT had bought his first guitar and his first Marshall JCM800. There was no looking back after that!
In the year 2000, the first Heavens Fire album featured 2 songs he had written but the project was put on hold after original drummer, Mike MacKinnon passed away on it's release date. More tough times were to come as JT had contracted cancer a year later along with his father. After beating cancer and a 7 year absence from touring due to providing home care for his now bedridden father, JT hit the stage once again as he performed with some of the top cover bands in Toronto. By 2012 he completed writing all the music to the first full length Heavens Fire album entitled "Judgement Day" and is now in the studio recording the new album "Playing With Fire."
JT Harris shreds with: ESP, Marshall, Mesa Boogie, Fractal Audio, TC Electronic, Ernie Ball, D'Addario