We have launched a Bandcamp page featuring releases spanning our 30-year history. The first wave of titles to hit the digital platform includes classics by Gorilla Biscuits, Texas Is The Reason, Youth Of Today, Sense Field, Judge, and Into Another, as well as crucial new releases by Primal Rite, Down To Nothing and Forced Order. You can expect more of our back catalog to make it onto Bandcamp over the next few months.
Check it out now at http://www.revelationrecords.bandcamp.com.
The debut of the Jeff Caudill Trio, playing some new material as well as some gems from Caudill's solo catalog, will be opening for Jr. Juggernaut and Coyote Bred (from Seattle) on Monday, July 3rd at the Redwood Bar in Los Angeles. It's a Monday night but the next day is a holiday. For anyone still in town from Revfest, this is for you.
NPR.org has posted a Battery interview featuring their first new song in 20 years, "My Last Breath." Click on the photo below to check it out.
Primal Rite's "Sensory Link To Pain" 7" is out now, along with a t-shirt, button, stickers, and combo packs! Click on the image below to order yours today.
Battery will be playing Damaged City Fest on April 7, 2017. Click the image below for more info.
Tickets to Rev Fest are on sale now! Click on the image below to order yours today.
Fall Silent's "Cart Retrn" 7" is out now, along with a combo pack and t-shirt! Click on the image below to order yours today.
Jeff Caudill's "Voice b/w Wishing Well" 7" is out now, along with combo packs! Click on the image below to order yours today.
Search's "Between The Lines" 7" is out now, along with a t-shirt and long sleeve! Click on the image below to order yours today.
Down To Nothing's "Live! On The James" LP is out now, along with a new t-shirt, button, and combo pack! Click on the image below to order yours today.
The Revelation Records reissue of Beyond's "No Longer At Ease" LP is out now, along with a couple of new t-shirt designs, buttons, and more! Click on the image below to order yours today.
Reno, Nevada's Fall Silent will soon be releasing a new 7" EP. These four tracks continue where the band last left us - with lyrical content that rakes today's world over the coals in the way only Fall Silent can do. Keep an eye out for the EP on vinyl/digital on Revelation Records early next year.
From the remains of such seminal New Jersey Straight Edge bands as Turning Point, Floorpunch and Mouthpiece comes the five piece unit known as SEARCH. Much like the bands from which they spawned, SEARCH kicks out a classic style of east coast Hardcore that’s lean, mean and created with the intent to elicit the type of sing-a-longs and stage dives you would have expected to witness on Sunday afternoons of yesteryear.
But this is no nostalgia act. While the six songs of their debut 7” EP “Between The Lines” are a testament to a specific style and sound of Hardcore, SEARCH most definitely exists in the here and now with a timeless message that is still as relevant and important today as it was when the members themselves discovered it in their teens. And now, thirty years strong, here they are: SEARCH.
After performing the track "Voice" with the surviving members of Sense Field at the East Coast Jon Bunch memorial concert, Jeff Caudill decided to record the track and release it (with the Black Sabbath song "Wishing Well" on the B-side) as a benefit for Jon's family. The new version of "Voice" is a straightforward but different take on the original, with a more subdued voice than normally heard on Caudill's solo work. "Wishing Well" is an adaptation of the original that adds a new dimension to the song. The 7" will be released in January on Revelation.
Beyond's "No Longer At Ease," originally released in 1989 by Combined Effort Records and later reissued in 1997 on CD by Some Records, is due out December 16, 2016 on Revelation. This will be the first time the album has been available on any format in nearly 20 years. This reissue is remastered from the original analog tapes, features original artwork, limited color vinyl, and includes digital download.