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Morbid Angel and Revocation are hitting the road together

Posted by longhairedpoet on Tuesday, May 16, 2017 at 3:26 PM (PST)

Morbid Angel have announced a headlining tour that will see support from Revocation, Suffocation and Withered.

Revocation will be touring in support of their sixth full-length, Great Is Our Sin, released last year via Metal Blade Records.

The tour is starting May 23 at The Beacham in Orlando, Florida and is running through til June 27, where the tour will wrap up at the House of Blues in New Orleans, Louisiana.

Check the full list of tour dates here.

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Revocation release “The Fix” lyric video

Posted by longhairedpoet on Tuesday, November 3, 2015 at 8:41 AM (PST)

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Massachusetts death metallers Revocation have dropped a music video for their song “The Fix”.

“The Fix” comes from Revocation’s 2014 release Deathless.

Empire of the Obscene will be reissued on November 13 via Metal Blade Records.

Dave Davidson on the re-release:

“Back in 2008 we self released our debut record Empire of the Obscene only pressing 1,000 copies at the time, now thanks to the good folks at Metal Blade and the demand of our fans it will be available worldwide! We are very excited to finally give this record a proper release and can’t wait for everyone to hear the newly remixed and remastered tunes courtesy of Pete Rutcho. We’re also including the elusive “Summon The Spawn” demo from 2006 as well as newly revamped cover art to make this release extra special.”

Check out “The Fix” lyric video here.

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Revocation are beloved around the world for being one of the hardest touring, funniest yet most insanely capable technical death metal bands in the business. They make it seem cool to be in a metal band again, kicking ass and getting things done whereas most bands are too busy bitching and moaning about what is good enough for them while scarcely leaving the boundaries of their own zip code.

Revocation have never settled and thus have made many impressive albums at this point. Some of their earliest material is now being re-released and you can hear a remixed and remastered version of “Summon The Spawn” at Decibel HERE.

Revocation’s Empire of the Obscene (including the Summon the Spawn demo) will be issued November 13th on Metal Blade Records. Click HERE for the pre-order.

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God damn, two rad tunes, one bassist! Yes, two awesome songs that both feature fret dominator Brett Bamberger. The new Revocation clip and Publicist UK‘s dark, Bauhaus-esque “Away” are two very different but thrilling jams. Tuesday, you are thus forth renamed Brett Bamberger’s bitch!

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Revocation announce headlining tour

Posted by longhairedpoet on Friday, July 3, 2015 at 7:53 PM (PST)

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Boston death metal band Revocation have announced a headline North American tour.

Revocation will receive support from Cannabis Corpse, Archspire and Black Fast.

Revocation are touring in support of their latest album Deathless.

Check out the tour dates here.

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REVOCATION officially announce Ash Pearson as new drummer

Posted by Morgan Ywain Evans on Friday, June 26, 2015 at 10:21 AM (PST)

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REVOCATION are happy to officially confirm drummer Ash Pearson as their new full time drummer! Pearson is most well known for his work in 3 Inches of Blood, and is a welcome addition to the line up. Front man Dave Davidson offered the following on the announcement: “We’re very stoked to announce that Ash Pearson is our new drummer! Many of you might already be familiar with his drum skills in 3 Inches Of Blood but for those of you who are unaware of his talents let us assure you that he absolutely KILLS behind the kit! We’re looking forward to starting this new chapter of Revocation with Ash on board and can’t wait for everyone to see him in action.”

Here’s what Ash has to say about our newly forged alliance:

“I am very honoured to be joining Revocation. Phil is a good friend of mine and I feel privileged to have his blessing and to be his successor. I take seriously the challenge to keep the caliber of this band high and look forward to continuing the legacy of Revocation.”

 

 

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Revocation release “Madness Opus” lyric video

Posted by longhairedpoet on Thursday, May 21, 2015 at 4:21 PM (PST)

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Boston metallers Revocation seem tireless. Earlier today they dropped a lyric video for their song “Madness Opus” off of their newest album Deathless which came out in October.

In addition to the video, Revocation are currently on tour. They’re playing 20 shows starting today in Pittsburgh and wrapping up on June 14 in Winnipeg.

Revocation are joined on tour by Veil of Maya, Oceano, Gift Giver and Entheos.

Check out tour dates and the video for “Madness Opus” here.

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Revocation lyric video for “Labyrinth of Eyes” released

Posted by Morgan Ywain Evans on Thursday, May 14, 2015 at 1:18 PM (PST)

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Technical death whiz kids Revocation have a new lyric video for “Labyrinth Of Eyes” courtesy of Metal Blade. The song, from their recent slammer Deathless, anticipates the band’s tour with Veil of Maya. See dates and the surveillance themed video, created with Nick Hipa,  BELOW.

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Album Review: Revocation – “Deathless”

Posted by Morgan Ywain Evans on Saturday, November 15, 2014 at 8:24 AM (PST)

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“It beckons to me, a being of immense and terrifying power”, growls vocalist and underground guitar hero David Davidson on the towering and dark spiral “Madness Opus” from Revocation‘s latest full length Deathless. Ever since the band became a 4 piece in recent years they have been proving it is clobberin’ time more and more with each release, though everything in their back catalogue is fucking intense and fun tech death with hellacious grooves. Revocation maybe don’t have the vocal dexterity of some groups but they are quickly becoming a near-perfect modern metal band anyway the last few years. If I was on Skull Island and only had this bad boy, I probably wouldn’t complain too much rocking out to this while King Kong chased me or maybe stopped to throw horns and skull punch a giant dinosaur. “The Blackest Reaches” adds more eerie chords than ever before to the band’s patented attack and the lean sense of purpose all their record’s share is still thankfully there, just bigger, stronger and dare I say…faster?

Guitar heroics and blazing leads welded to thrash parts and aneurism causing patterns with major groove take this release to another level. It is a bit stronger than their recent self-titled effort, though “Invidious” was maybe the funnest single they have released since “ReAnimaniac”. Still, this record overall takes things to another level for the hard working band and strikes a serious tone. The production from Zeuss and the jaw dropping performances here put this band up amongst the new school of greats at last, their tour chops psychotically evident on this. Deathless could stand against or with metyal from any era, however. “Scorched Earth Policy” proves they still are topical and relevant as well and that “Entombed In Wealth” and the band’s kind of subversive political moments in the past are no fluke. “The Fix” broods that “A system designed with controlling intent cannot be changed from within.” Mid term elections, anyone? The pendulum swings yet again in a parade of corporate sponsored clowns. Still, this is overall more about insanity and revering the many strains of thrash and death than anything else, and these guys bring the party. Staggering sections that would make Chuck Schuldiner (arguably this band’s biggest forefather) proud abound. Fans of Skolnik and Peterson will also be thrilled at the sweeping team work between Davidson and co-guitar bad boy Dan Gargiulo. When Davidson barks “Welcome to the new regime”, you are going to believe him.

Revocation get in the van with “Deathless” video

Posted by Morgan Ywain Evans on Friday, November 14, 2014 at 5:13 AM (PST)

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Get in the van. Hmmm, remember when Converge covered Black Flag? That was a long time ago. What if Revocation did “The Process Of Weeding Out”? That would be siiiiick. Dudes, please make this a reality.

Oh, yeah…so every time someone gets moony eyed over some newfangled halfway decent tech-death metal band with prog flourishes I’m like ,”Whatever. Revocation.” Like, I still haven’t bothered to listen much to Periphery, haha. You just don’t really need anyone else. Dudes are not only hysterical but their chops are like Mount Olympus qualifying demi-god type stuff. Metal Injection has the new video for title track “Deathless” from their latest corpse kicker of an album. The clip show them raging as only they can and features plenty to gawk at and get whiplash about.

Pointy guitars, tattoos and live footage abounds as well as a Kirk Windstein cameo. Check it out HERE.

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New Music: Revocation – “Deathless”

Posted by SeanB on Wednesday, August 13, 2014 at 7:54 PM (PST)

Revocation-LogoBoston’s own technical metal group Revocation have released the title track to their forthcoming album, Deathless. The album is due out October 14th on Metal Blade and you should be extremely pumped, these guys have been churning out pure metal bliss since 2006 (really since 2000 but they were called Cryptic Warning) and are showing zero signs of slowing down anytime soon.

To get your first listen of “Deathless”  click right here.

Deathless will be Revocation’s fifth release and their first since signing with Metal Blade.  It’s also the follow up to their 2013 self-titled album.  Pre-orders can be made right here if you so desire.

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Marty Friedman plus Revocation equals Winning

Posted by Morgan Ywain Evans on Monday, May 5, 2014 at 12:22 PM (PST)

 

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MARTY FRIEDMAN kicks off the week with the premiere of “Sociopaths,” a brand new track from his highly anticipated new solo album “Inferno”! A lyric video for the track — which features David Davidson (Revocation) on vocals, bass and rhythm guitar — can be seen below.

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Revocation sign to Metal Blade

Posted by Morgan Ywain Evans on Wednesday, April 9, 2014 at 10:21 AM (PST)

revo Boston, Massachusetts-based technical metal act, Revocation, has been carving a path to the top of the extreme metal heap since their inception back in 2006. During the last eight years, the band has released 4 full-length albums (one self-released, three on Relapse Records), and a free EP with Scion A/V. As the band prepares album number five, they begin a brand new chapter of their career by signing a worldwide deal with Metal Blade Records.

“We are very stoked to announce that we have signed with Metal Blade! We are all extremely proud to be a part of a label with such a long history and legendary roster. Currently, we’re in the studio recording our 5th full length album with Zeuss at the helm. This is the start of a new chapter for us and we are so thankful for all the support that we’ve received from the underground that has gotten us to this point in our career.” – Dave Davidson

One of the most exciting modern metal bands on the planet, Revocation have stunned audiences worldwide with displays of unprecedented levels of musicianship. Thrashing, virtuosic melodies, top-notch technical drumming and an all-out vocal assault take the listener on a lightning ride through the hallowed halls of heavy metal. Revocation have proven that they are here to stay and miles above their peers.

Metal Blade Records president Mike Faley adds: “We are excited to be working with Revocation. Their tireless work ethic combined with world class musicianship and extreme technical metal has Revocation at the forefront of the scene. Metal Blade looks forward to being a part of their team and helping Revocation achieve future success.”

Live photo by Andrew MacGregor at BSP Lounge, Kingston, NY

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Whitechapel & DevilDriver announce co-headlining tour

Posted by longhairedpoet on Wednesday, April 2, 2014 at 5:53 PM (PST)

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Tennessee death metallers Whitechapel are teaming up with the powerful DevilDriver to tear across North America.

If this tour doesn’t already sound awesome to you, know that the line up will be rounded off with Revocation, Carnifex, Rivers of Nihil and Fit For An Autopsy.

This is what Whitechapel had to say about the tour:

“We’re stoked to announce our tour with good friends DevilDriver. We’ve played several shows with them before and really enjoy performing and hanging out with them and believe that combining together to make one big brutal tour only made sense. Rounding out the rest of the bill are other incredible acts Carnifex and Revocation, with two hot up and coming death metal bands Rivers of Nihil and Fit for an Autopsy. Can’t wait to take this tour across the country and decimate every city!”

Check out tour dates as well as videos for “Mono” and “The Saw Is The Law” here.

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Double Beheader: One Night, Two Boroughs, Three Interviews

Posted by NichTheHair on Wednesday, November 6, 2013 at 6:23 PM (PST)

DoubleBeheaderNever before have I thrown myself into two concerts in a night. On top of that, I planned a hat trick of interviews throughout my evening. I was loaded for bear as my night started in Manhattan at The Marlin Room of Webster Hall to catch thrashers Diamond Plate from Chicago and Boston’s Revocation. This marks the second time I’ve seen Revocation. So fun to see live. Both have new albums out and Diamond Plate is sporting a new singer on theirs. I caught up with Diamond Plate’s Matt Ares after their set, along with David Davidson and Phil Dubois of Revocation later.

Post-Gramercy, I hopped a train to Brooklyn to catch the last, and sold the fuck out, show for TesseracT‘s US tour at the mighty Saint Vitus. Vitus is by far the standard for live metal in New York City and was totally pumped to see such a dynamic band on that stage. They had some troubles on the road earlier in the day, so their tardiness was actually a boon for me to get there in enough time in my already insanely booked night. After a ridiculously energetic yet ethereal performance, I spoke with drummer Jay Postones afterwards about this tour and the reception of their new singer, Ashe O’Hara.

My daunting endeavor turned out a to be a huge victory and with you I share the spoils. I got set lists from everyone I interviewed. So if you want to relive the shows, check out the Double Beheader playlist out here.

Click here for the coverage of the two shows and the three interview links.

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