Coming a respectable second place is Canada’s Revmatic. The band is sticking around this week to answer any questions you may have for them.
2008 marks Revmatic’s third release “Cold Blooded Demon”. Described by singer Nathan Yetter as the sound of Guns N Roses and Metallica in a car accident, the album marks a new beginning. The band decided to go in a heavier direction on the new album. The last two albums we’re hard rock, this one is a little more Metal influenced. In the eight years since the band formed, they have molded themselves into an extremely fierce band, honing their sound into a state of lustâ€š with melodic vocals, thunderous double kick drums and guitars that are defined with dual leads. Fans and press received Revmatic’s first release (Self Titled – 2002) and second release (Ghetto Blaster – 2004), with great response and the band sold over 1000 copies of each. Cold Blooded Demon is a powerful album musically and visually. The album art and design was done by Rory Fiorito who has worked with bands such as Diamond Head, Dokken, Ratt and Quiet Riot.