Revelator Show 230: The Affidavit For The DED
On this episode of Revelator I’m welcome back the band DED. This week in Revelator history features music from former guests Die So Fluid, September Mourning, Red Sun Rising, City of The Weak, and Message From Sylvia.
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This week’s guests:
This week in Revelator History:
This week I’ll look back at three different Revelator shows starting with Revelator episode #90 digging deep into the show catalog with Die So Fluid featuring the founder, bassist and lead vocalist Grogg. Grogg originally from London has been working on new material and has also opened up a jewelry line.
You can pre-order the band’s new album titled “One Bullet From Paradise”
On this episode you’ll hear the bands newest single “Bitter Sweet”
On Revelator episode #143 features two bands and two very different styles of music. First we will hear from the band September Mourning. Emily is the visionary behind the bands artist style. On this episode you’ll hear the bands first ever single titled “Children of Fate”
Episode also features fellow NE Ohio guys Red Sun Rising who are working on their follow up to 2015’s debut album “The Polyester Zeal” On this episode I’ll jam out my favorite tack form the band and one of their heaviest songs live called “Imitation” This is a song the record label wanted the band to leave off the album but the band insisted it stay.
The last show we will visit this week is Revelator Show #192 from last December features two bands who continue to develop and hone their craft as full time touring bands. Message From Sylvia and City of The Weak both had big years in 2017.
Check out some recent photo galleries from 2017. The photo galleries include photos & reviews of many artist including Gemini Syndrome, Nothing More, Hell or High Water, Less Than Jake, All That Remains and Chris Robinson Brotherhood, Hum, Falling In Reverse, Highly Suspect, and Evanescence