Revocation Finishes Work On New Album
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Massachusetts metallers Revocation have completed work on the follow-up to the 2011 Relapse Records release "Chaos of Forms."
This is the first full-length album with bass player Brett Bamberger, who joined the band in 2012 and was featured on the band's last EP "Teratogenesis" (reviewed here). Frontman Dave Davidson commented on completing work on the new album:
"We're very pleased to announce that the new record is completely finished and is now in the hands of the good people over at Relapse. This release features our best playing to date and we cannot wait for it to be released this summer. RevoManiacs will not be disappointed!"
The band has also been confirmed on this year's Summer Slaughter Tour, alongside the likes of Dillinger Escape Plan, Cattle Decapitation and others. Dates are expected to be announced in the coming weeks.
Davidson is looking forward to the Summer Slaughter Tour this summer: "It is truly an honor to be a part of this years Summer Slaughter Festival. The lineup this year is very diverse with an emphasis on technicality and aggression, two traits that we feel embody our sound. We're very eager to play in front of massive crowds and drink massive amounts of beers with all of our buddies on this tour. Hope everyone's as stoked for this rager as we are!"
Revocation will hit the road with Goatwhore, 3 Inches of Blood, and Ramming Speed, with Revocation joining the tour in Bucksport, ME on April 28th and playing six shows winding things down in Toronto on May 3rd. A complete list of dates is below.
4/28: Bucksport, ME @ The Kave ?
4/29: Brooklyn, NY @ Saint Vitus ?
4/30: Burlington, VT @ Nectar's ?
5/1: Middletown, NY @ Sounds Asylum ?
5/2: Rochester, NY @ Bug Jar ?
5/3: Toronto, ON @ Opera House
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