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Morbid Angel, Suffocation, Revocation and Withered US Tour
11th January 2017, 10:30
Posted by Tristan

Heading out in the summer Morbid Angel will be joined by Suffocation, Revocation and Withered in a huge US tour. Now that’s a line up!

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Album of The Year #15 : Revocation – Great Is Our Sin
15th December 2016, 15:00
Posted by Tristan
Now having gone further than the halfway line in our Christmas Album of The Year Countdown we continue with a new breed of Death Metal pedigree in the form of Revocation. Check out the list to see a more in depth analysis of why we chose each below!
  1. Iamthemorning – Lighthouse
  2. Myrath – Legacy
  3. Touche Amore – Stage Four
  4. Ghost/Aeon – Metanoia
  5. Meshuggah – The Violent Sleep Of Reason
  6. Avantasia – Ghostlights
  7. Gojira – Magma
  8. Devilment – II : The Mephisto Waltzes
  9. The Dillinger Escape Plan – Dissociation
  10. Periphery – III : Select Difficulty
  11. Opeth – Sorceress
  12. Epica – The Holographic Principle
  13. Katatonia – The Fall Of Hearts
  14. Twilight Force – Heroes Of Mighty Magic

Returning back to the vanguard of Death Metal, Revocation wasted no time this year in delivering their calculated masterstroke of Metal once again. Like clockwork the band put out albums every two years. Deciding instead go for a more well rounded approach this time, Dave Davidson decided that thematically the record would center around humanity and its varying degrees of idiocy in its idea of humanity in itself. However this was also the first record not to feature long time drummer Phil Dubois-Coyne. Enlisting the help of one Ash Pearson of previous 3 Inches of Blood fame, the drummer in a word totally floored everyone. From the fluttering Jazz style beats to the all out blasting that Revocation are known for Pearson truly stepped up his game.

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An Interview With : Dan Gargiulo (Revocation)
30th November 2016, 18:57
Posted by Tristan

Creativity in a band is a quality that cannot truly be learnt. An innate sense of self, the creative output of a band will be their defining ideology regardless of how grandiose their ideas might be. Not one for being pigeonholed, Revocation are a true creative band. Blending the likes of Old School Death Metal, Black Metal, Thrash Metal, the list goes on, into their veritable melting pot of a sound. A testament to the band’s unique output their latest release Great Is Our Sin is yet another milestone in the band’s fast increasing catalogue. Whilst on their first offensive over in the UK in support of the new album we were able to speak to none other than guitar virtuoso Dan Gargiulo about the Revocation ethos and just what Great Is Our Sin means in their grand design slowly engulfing the Death Metal community.

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Obscura Live At The Dome
26th October 2016, 13:16
Posted by Tristan

Solar eclipses, the birth of your first born child, council tax payment deadlines. There are some things that you can not miss. Banding together the four horsemen of the Technical Death Metal apocalypse didn’t quite bring with them Famine, pestilence, death and war but it would have been pretty close. Consisting of Rivers of Nihil, Beyond Creation, Revocation and Obscura this is what separates the men from the boys.

Revocation Release “Arbiters Of The Apocalypse” Video
26th July 2016, 13:00
Posted by Tristan

Carrying on the trend of releasing videos the day of a new album’s release Revocation delve into the world of colour with their video for “Arbiters Of The Apocalypse“. 

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Album Review : Revocation – Great Is Our Sin
21st July 2016, 16:30
Posted by Tristan

Master of evolution Charles Darwin is known far and wide for his idea on the revolutionary notions. Less known perhaps are perhaps some of his more philosophical leanings, no less important in their validity Darwin was a pioneer whose existential thought process has solidified him as one of the great philosophers of our time. Taking this idea of man and its relativity Revocation aim to bring a more musical philosophy to the man’s otherwise pensive ideology in their first ever concept album Great Is Our Sin. 

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An Interview With : Dave Davidson (Revocation)
5th July 2016, 17:30
Posted by Tristan

Mankind in the animal kingdom is somewhat of an anomaly. Able to create free thinking independent ideas using past experiences to build foundation for theories and owing to our opposable thumbs have led us to be technically top of the food chain. Though we might be the most evolutionary of species there are arguments that our theoretical knowledge is incredibly infantile. Taking the words of one Charles Darwin, the father of evolution, Revocation begin their venture into their first ever concept album. Irrespective of time, location or ideal we as humans have an inherent urge ranging from the morbid fascination with death in the form of public execution to the entire demise of civilisations ourselves owing to repeated mistake that are supposed to have become cognitive. Speaking to Dave Davidson of Revocation we asked the singer about just what Great Is Our Sin truly entails and the answer was far larger than we thought…

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Revocation Premiere New Track “Crumbling Imperium”
23rd June 2016, 17:45
Posted by Tristan

Set to release their brand new album Great Is Our Sin Revocation reveal a third brand new track today. 

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Obscura Announce Tech Death Tour Of The Year
20th June 2016, 14:55
Posted by Tristan

Featuring Obscura, Revocation, Beyond Creation and Rivers Of Nihil.

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Revocation Unveil Second Single “Monolithic Ignorance”
10th June 2016, 10:00
Posted by Tristan

Having previously unveiled one of the bands fastest songs in their career yesterday we were treated to another brand new track from the forthcoming record Great Is Our Sin.

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Revocation Announce New Album And New Song
24th May 2016, 18:25
Posted by Tristan

Today is a very good day.

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Revocation In The Studio
6th January 2016, 17:34
Posted by Tristan

It would seem that our predictions we made just a couple of weeks ago might be true…