Track: Madness Opus
David Davidson – guitar, vocals
Dan Gargiulo – guitar, vocals
Brett Bamberger – bass
Phil Dubois-Coyne – drums
Revocation are a Technical Death Metal band hailing from Massachusetts consistently deserves major levels of higher advantages of success in today's Modern Metal scene. Now with Metalblade Records, their fifth album Deathless has built a stronger core fanbase with elemental twists on Technical Death Metal with incorporating Jazz fusions and Thrash. This band combines capabilities, precision and loose flairs setting them apart so uniquely. Their Technical Death edge firmly sits naturally as they intentionally grow as musical prodigies. These title tracks have more thoughtful quality, organic scorched atmosphere and melody with everlasting classic Metal vibe of the structured guitars. Deathless also shows more progression on the Clean vocals department as it isn't necessarily huge change. Some tracks are slightly straightforwardly outing resulting the importance of no radio friendly singing after hearing this album few listens. Tracks such as Deathless, Witch Trails, Scorched Earth Policy and The Fix remind me of older Gojira which adds brighter touches on greater emphasis on melodically and atmospherically. This ultitizes a retrospective introspection of fantastic production which overall interwoven the qualities of Thrash, Technical Death and Jazzy vibes mixes the provisions Deathless contains. Influenced by Megadeth, Metallica, Dark Angel, Exodus and Steve Vai, Deathless by Revocation creates borderline essential heaviness and brutality of opening passages of background intelligence of Thrash riffing , punishing drum beats, bouncy grooves and diabolical singing energetics. These onslaughts of continous infectious results surely captivates success and possesses crunching inspired Pantera esque pyrotechnic guitars. Their entire sections alone focuses natural compositions and components immerses machine gun rapid assaults and growth this band should applaud themselves for making Deathless a standout release. If you enjoyed their past material, look no more.