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New Album "Revelation Highway" Detailed By Babylon A.D.

Babylon A.D. are proud to be one of the few hard rock bands from the late '80s/early '90s that are still operating with all of the original members: Derek Davis, vocalist/songwriter, guitarists and songwriters, John Matthews and Ron Freschi, drummer Jamey Pacheco and bassist Robb Reid. The band formed in 1987 and to celebrate the 30th Anniversary, the band will release the new album "Revelation Highway" on November 10th via Frontiers Music srl.

Today, Babylon A.D. presents the video for the first single from the album "Crash and Burn." Watch the video in the player at the bottom.

Vocalist, Derek Davis on the new album: "This record kicks ass, from the opening track 'Crash and Burn' to the last track 'Saturday Night'. The band had a blast making the album and a lot had to do with original founding member lead-guitarist John Matthews rejoining the band. He really lit the fire that got the bands blood pumping to make a new record. For me it was awesome to produce and mix such a cool record. It's very hard hitting yet melodic, with some great lyrical story telling and great stand out tracks like, 'One Million Miles', 'Tears', 'Rags to Riches, and 'She Likes To Give It'. The songs are so catchy and memorable on the first listen I know our fans are gonna love it! And of course there are some burning guitar leads to keep the metal heads happy. The band is very grateful that Frontiers Music Srl listened to the tracks and felt the same way about them as we do and offered us the opportunity to get this record out. We can't wait to hit the road and play the material live."

Featuring 10 tracks of the energetic classic hard rock the band is known for, "Revelation Highway" is sure to please fans of the band's classic early material.

The track list reads as follows:

1. Crash And Burn
2. Fool On Fire
3. One Million Miles
4. Tears
5. She Likes To Give It
6. Rags To Riches
7. Last Time For Love
8. I'm No Good For You
9. Saturday Night
10. Don't Tell Me Tonight

Check out "Crash And Burn" here:

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