Revocation 2022 tour with support from Krisiun, Alluvial, and Inoculation in support of their newly released album, Neterheaven.

9-30-22 at Goldfield’s in Roseville, Ca


About Revocation

The members of Revocation, Dave Davidson (guitar/vocals), Brett Bamberger (bass), and Ash Pearson (drums), are from Boston, Massachusetts. Since their formation, they have released eight studio albums, two EPs, and ten music videos.

In 2000, Davidson, Phil Dubois-Coyne, and Anthony Buda, who were attending high school in Boston, Massachusetts, formed Cryptic Warning. However, in 2006, Cryptic Warning disbanded, and Revocation formed with the same lineup.

Recently, on September 9, 2022, Revocation released a new album titled Netherheaven. Additionally, during the tornado outbreak of March 31 – April 1, 2023, Revocation, along with Morbid Angel and Crypta, were performing at the Apollo Theatre in Belvidere, Illinois when an EF1 tornado struck the venue, causing a roof collapse that killed at least one person and injured dozens of others, though the bands themselves remained unharmed.

About Krisiun

The brothers Alex Camargo (bass, vocals), Moyses Kolesne (guitars), and Max Kolesne (drums) founded Krisiun, a Brazilian death metal band. Since their formation in 1990, the group has recorded two demos – Evil Age in 1991 and Curse of the Evil One in 1992 – as well as a self-released extended play (EP) titled Unmerciful Order in 1993.

After signing with Dynamo Records, a Brazilian label, Krisiun released their debut full-length album Black Force Domain in 1995, followed by Apocalyptic Revelation in 1998. The band’s success led them to sign with the major label Century Media in 1999, under which they have released a further nine studio albums.


XHTML: You can use these tags: <a href="" title=""> <abbr title=""> <acronym title=""> <b> <blockquote cite=""> <cite> <code> <del datetime=""> <em> <i> <q cite=""> <s> <strike> <strong>