I have never listened to a Revocation album with my “reviewer” ears on so this was an interesting look into their music. I’m not super knowledgeable about them, but I do know that the wealth of their music I have been exposed to over the years has always been a good listen. Upon a closer inspection on Deathless, I think, for me at least, if they ever decided to do an all-instrumental album I would really love it. I still very much enjoyed this release, if for no other reason to hear an array of stellar six string mastery.
Building on the success of their critically acclaimed and commercially successful release Unleashed, Skillet is back
Camden. A name these days associated with Ginger Wildheart such is the amount of time he seems to spend playing here, being involved with bands that also play here and if you play 6 degrees of separation with any act in Camden at any time, it’s highly likely you’ll get to Ginger in under four. Tonight’s headliner, Michael Monroe had Ginger in his band during the writing and touring of Sensory Overdrive. Similarly, Monroe also has Rich Jones in his band who is also a member of the Ginger Wildheart Band. A small world indeed.