Revelator Show 239: I'll have The Rausch Cavo Please!
On this episode of Revelator I’m welcome music guests Cavo and Rausch. This week in Revelator history features music from DED, Ghost Season, Lacey Sturm and Clutch. I’ll also cover the top movies, sports, concerts and much more.
Guest Writer Review:
It’s been awhile since we’ve had a guest writer for album reviews but this week I welcome Blacktop Mojo singer Matt James who was kind enough to take some time to write a great review of the new Saxon album titled “Thunderbolt”
This week’s guests:
This week in Revelator History:
This week I’ll look back at two different Revelator shows starting with a show from 2017. The Revelator Show #201 features one of the fastest growing bands in the metal world DED. We will hear their smash
TRS has always had an international flavor and looking back on this episode offers a small taste of some of the quality artist we’ve had on the show. Ghost Season from Greece has been working hard to expand their bands presence. On this show we rock out the bands first US single release titled “Fade Away”
On Revelator Show #154 I look back at my interview with Jean Paul Gaster form Clutch. Clutch is finishing up another new album and spring tour for 2018. On this episode you’ll hear the their single “Son of Virginia”
TRS episode also features my first interview with former Flyleaf singer Lacey Sturm. Lacey and I talk about her debut solo album titled Life Screams. Lacey and I also talk about finding the balance of life as a musician and as a parent. The big single off this album is titled “Rot” Lacey will be on tour with Red this spring.
Check out some recent photo galleries from 2017. The photo galleries include photos & reviews of many artist including The Glorious Sons, 10 Years, Chevelle, Gemini Syndrome, Nothing More, Hell or High Water, Less Than Jake, All That Remains and Chris Robinson Brotherhood, Hum, Falling In Reverse, Highly Suspect, Pop Evil, Fozzy, Josh Todd and The Conflict, Bones, The Jesus Lizard. Dorothy Jasmine Cain Anthrax, Killswitch Engage, They Might Be Giants Anti-Flag and Evanescence.