Anyone who has seen Revocation live knows that they always bring it when they hit the stage. Bassist Brett Bamberger sits in the hot seat for our latest installment of "Would You Rather?" as he shares his thoughts on being late to a show, marriage and more. Check out our game of ‘Would You Rather?’ with Revocation bassist Brett Bamberger below:

Would you rather be really late for the show or mess up onstage? Why?

I’d rather mess up. A mess up to me could be attacking the right note too soft (which will usually go unnoticed by everyone but you). If you show up late, you are an a--hole the whole night and stressed the entire package and staff on the schedule for the evening.  You therefore ruin the night internally for everyone, which can be projected outwards to the fans who paid for the show. No thanks.

Would you rather be in the studio or on tour? Why?

Tour. It lasts longer.

Would you rather have a massive bank account or a massive fanbase? Why?

Neither of those things are important. I’ll be playing either way.

Would you rather tour with a band you didn’t respect or tour with a band that didn’t respect you? Why?

The latter, this way I probably won’t know about it and won’t have to deal with it.

Would you rather have lunch with a music icon who has passed or a music icon who is currently alive? And who would it be?    

Kurt Cobain. Duh.

Would you rather have an accordion for legs or drumsticks for hands? Why?

Chicken drumsticks? I already bite my nails, may as well have them be delicious.

Would you rather live in a world where people break into song or people break into a dance routine? Why?

Dancing is so incredibly shot. You look like a maniac. I always watch people doing it and imagine no music, it’s a problem I have. I’ll take song.

Would you rather be an ‘80s rock band in present day or would you rather be Revocation in the '80s?

Revo in the '80s may have done some sick stuff. Homies got the leads in check.

Would you rather marry Ozzy or Lemmy?

Marriage sucks and I’d only do it if I was planning on reproducing. Can’t do it with either of them, so I’d rather live in solitude with my bass.

Our thanks to Brett Bamberger of Revocation for playing ‘Would You Rather’ with us, be sure to check out the band’s latest album 'Deathless' via iTunes.

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