New Revocation Song
2013-07-18 by NonApplicable | 20 Comments

Death thrashers, Revocation, are streaming another track off their forthcoming fourth studio album. This time, the banjo is in full force! The self titled record will be released August 6th via Relapse Records.

Stream 'Invidious' via Metalsucks:
http://www.metalsucks.net/2013/07/11/exclusive-track-premiere-revocations-invidious-featuring-the-banjo/

Check out their previous single, 'The Hive':
http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=LhDPb8TnaM4

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bloc
July 17th 2013

34730 Comments


Way better than The Hive

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tempest--
July 18th 2013

13007 Comments


banjo rules, man the riff at the end is m/ af and the solo god damn best solos in modern metal no one does it like DAVID DAVIDSON

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Makemebad35
July 18th 2013

741 Comments


sure the album will be solid like usual.

italianStallion
July 18th 2013

165 Comments


Pretty cool that they are keeping that thrashy heavy metal sound relevant. Banjo is fun but kinda sounds like they're trying too hard. Still cool.

MuhNamesTyler
July 18th 2013

3770 Comments


Yeah agreed, so much better than The Hive. I was actually pretty worried for this album til I heard this

Evreaia
July 18th 2013

4004 Comments


not bad

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KILL
July 18th 2013

71087 Comments


meh

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Tyrael
July 18th 2013

20795 Comments


sweet

tempest--
July 18th 2013

13007 Comments


cmon kill those solos are better than any of their contemporaries

BlackLlama
July 18th 2013

1637 Comments


Stoked.

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elephantREVOLUTION
July 18th 2013

2740 Comments


nice track. this guys solos always put me in a good mood

TheExodusAttack
July 18th 2013

85 Comments


Revocation is hands down one of the best modern metal acts. How I would love to see these guys share a stage with Evile and Havok.

apert
July 18th 2013

2995 Comments


It's alright but for modern thrash Sylosis>

zaruyache
July 18th 2013

6121 Comments


Thrash and banjos rules m/

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Wizard
July 18th 2013

19296 Comments


Sucked but what did you expect from these guys?

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Inveigh
July 18th 2013

24863 Comments


it's nothing amazing but they do pull this style off better than just about anyone else (which honestly isn't saying much, but still)

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MuhNamesTyler
July 18th 2013

3770 Comments


-+-+

MuhNamesTyler
July 18th 2013

3770 Comments


Roll.
Away.
The.
Dew?

MuhNamesTyler
July 18th 2013

3770 Comments


Roll away the dewbie indeed

TheNotrap
July 19th 2013

8029 Comments


Song's kinda cool but it's more of the same.

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