Having played their first show in over a decade at the recent Revelation Records 25-Year Anniversary show in California as the special surprise guests, Quicksand is slated to return to the stage once more at this year's FYF Fest. Click the flyer below for more info.:
Your Favorite Trainwreck's new album is out now and it's available from RevHQ (this is the new band fronted by Jeff from Gameface and Popeye from Farside)! It's on red vinyl and comes with a free digital download. Check it out here:
Set times have been released for the Revelation Records 25-Year Anniversary shows and are as follows:Thursday, June 7th
With the Revelation Records 25-Year Anniversary show as the catalyst, Into Another has launched a new, official website. The band will be headlining the first day of the event on Thursday, June 7th at The Glass House in Pomona, CA, a bill they're sharing with former label-mates Sense Field, Ignite, Gameface, In My Eyes and Kiss It Goodbye.Check out their new website here: http://www.intoanother.com/
The Rival Mob was born in a bitter wasteland known as Massachusetts in the year of 2007 AD, where 5 men were brought together by a common goal: to play hardcore punk in a manner most hard, cold, and real. Having had a bit of experience here and there playing in bands such as MIND ERASER, FREE SPIRIT, MENTAL, RIGHTEOUS JAMS, THE WRONG SIDE, XFILESX, THE PROWL, BOTTOM LINE, NEW LOWS, LOVELY LADS and R'N'R , it wasn't long until Boston's infamous practice space and recording spa the Pain Cave was ringing with riffs. Inspired by late 80s hardcore a la Breakdown, Rest In Pieces, Youth Of Today, and Crippled Youth, the boys recorded their first demo (an '87 Breakdown worshipping slab of meat) and started playing shows and making a name for themselves within the wonderful hardcore punk community. Not long afterwards they were approached by Boston hardcore hero and entrepreneur Greg Willmott and a deal was inked for a release on the notorious Lockin' Out label. In late 2008 the "Raw Life" EP dropped like an atom bomb and the word was out: The Mob ruled all. Gigs and tee shirts began to flow like wine as the Mob continuously attacked the Northeast, Canada, and beyond. Unwavering in their style, the "Hardcore for Hardcore" EP was released in 2010 on Six Feet Under records to smashing success.Aged like a fine wine and seasoned like a fine meal, The Rival Mob return yet again for their first full-length LP on Revelation Records entitled "Mob Justice." "Mob Justice" will take the raw meat and potatoes Rival Mob formula and pump it full of caveman steroids. Not for either the faint of heart or the faint of pit - so don't say you weren't warned.
Sense Field will be playing a free warm up show on Wednesday, June 6 at the Slidebar in Fullerton, CA. Capacity is limited so be sure to arrive early to obtain your wristband.
Pre-orders for both Youth Of Today's "Break Down The Walls" and "We're Not In This Alone" LPs are up now. Along with the recently repackaged "Can't Close My Eyes" LP, this completes the Youth Of Today reissues series, returning their records back to the original artwork and layouts.Check them out here.
Seattle, Washington’s Kiss It Goodbye will be doing a run of reunion shows along the U.S. West Coast in June, including the already reported Revelation Records 25th Anniversary show in Pomona, California and hometown show. Dates below.06/06 Tempe, AZ @ 910 Live
While going through the archives getting ready for the 25th anniversary shows we've been uncovering some gems. We'll be re-issuing some long-out-of-print records and putting out some shirts that haven't been made in years. To start things off, Chain Of Strength have asked that we print up some "What Holds Us Apart" shirts using updated original artwork and also make some hand-screened posters. Both will be available for order on May 8th. The first ten orders for the shirt will get a free copy of the poster.
Rev alumni Supertouch will be playing a free show at Generation Records in NYC on Record Store Day (4/21) with Chris Daly (formerly of Jets To Brazil, Texas Is The Reason, 108, et. al) sitting in on drums. Click the following link for more info.: https://www.facebook.com/events/267159860042061/
Record Store Day is rapidly approaching (April 21) and once again Revelation is releasing some cool vinyl for the big event. Here's a bit of info on each record:
Mini documentary video on how a vinyl record is mastered, pressed and manufactured. Featuring the making of the Mouthpiece "Can't Kill What's Inside" LP.
Tickets to the Revelation Records 25 Year Anniversary Show go on sale today at noon, Pacific Standard Time.
You can buy your tickets at the following online locations:
2012 is the 25th anniversary of Revelation Records and to mark the occasion, there are three shows coming up in June featuring Youth Of Today, Gorilla Biscuits, Underdog, No For An Answer and Statue, with more Rev alumni to be announced. Click on the flyers below for info.
During Gorilla Biscuits' show in Argentina on November 17th, Civ broke his ankle in two places (see the painful pictures here and here). Walter Schreifels filled in for him for the remaining shows they played on their mini-tour. We all wish him a quick recovery.
Here are some clips from the Santos and São Paulo shows: New Direction (Live @ Santos, Brazil):
Forgotten (Live @ São Paulo, Brazil):
Time Flies (live @ São Paulo, Brazil):
Biscuit Power (Live @ São Paulo, Brazil):
Richie Birkenhead (Into Another/Underdog), will be making two more solo appearances: December 14th at Gunners Run in Philadelphia, PA and January 14th at Cafe 9 in New Haven, CT. Stay tuned for more info.
Gorilla Biscuits will be playing shows in both Argentina (on 11/17) and Brazil (on 11/20). Please click the flyers below for more info.:
After many years away from the road, Youth Of Today will return to play a free CMJ show at Santos Party House in NYC on Saturday, 10/22. This is the same show that Trash Talk and Kylesa are playing, not to mention AraabMUZIK, Action Bronson, Mr. Motherfuckin eXquire, Main Attrakionz and many others for what will be an eclectic mix of stoner, hardcore and hip hop. Converse's "True Til Def" will be hosted by the venue's own Andrew WK and is open to the 21+ public, but RSVP is required. Full lineup and flyer for the show is below.