We recently caught up with frontman David Davidson from the awesome technical death metal / thrash act Revocation. In this new exclusive, we talked with Davidson on all things Revocation, including the band's new self-titled full length album.
Death Angel will release their first disc in three years when they unveil ‘The Dream Calls for Blood’ on Oct. 11. Coinciding with the release, the band is plotting a monster tour in support of the album, taking their new music out on the road with some awesome bands.
We've got a brand new track from Boston-based technical death thrashers Revocation. The band's much-anticipated fourth studio album, which is self-titled, is set to drop on Aug. 6, but we've got the exclusive premiere of 'Fracked' for your headbanging pleasure.
Colorado thrashers Havok pulled off an impressive win in our last Death Match, defeating German legends Sodom by a good margin. Now that Havok have claimed their first win against a veteran band, let's see how they fair against these kings of the new school.
The men of Boston technical death metal band Revocation are some funny dudes, and along with writing and performing some of modern metal's most impressive tunes, the group are constantly touring as one of the world's hardest working bands. In this exclusive video tour diary, Revocation wreak havoc o…
Here comes yet another solid metal tour for 2013! New-school heavy metal heroes 3 Inches of Blood are set to hit the road with blackened death merchants Goatwhore to co-headline a North American tour starting April 10 in Vancouver, British Columbia. Near the end of the duo's string of dates, technic…
Revocation are undoubtedly one of the most celebrated underground death metal acts of the 2000s. Having achieved a unique mix of technical death metal, thrash and some brain-melting genre experimentation, Revocation have already put out three fantastic albums this century.
In one of the most purely heavy tours to hit the United States in 2012, Six Feet Under, Dying Fetus and Revocation graced New York's Music Hall of Williamsburg for crushing sets of death metal on the '18 Nights of Blood' tour.