dougaldrichrevolutionsaints640 The Revolution Saints, a new band featuring Jack Blades on bass (Night Ranger, Damn Yankees) Doug Aldrich on guitars (Whitesnake) and Deen Castronovo on drums/vocals (Bad English, Journey, Ozzy Osbourne) has been signed to Frontiers Records.

According to their Facebook page, “this is not going to be your average rock ‘n roll album. It is a record that brings back the classic melodic rock style to where it should be: inspiring, uplifting vocals, soaring melodies and musicianship to die for. Or more simply, it is completely badass.

The project was initially the vision of Frontiers’ President Serafino Perugino, who for years had hoped to work on a project where Deen would be the lead vocalist. Having previously worked with all three artists on different projects on Frontiers, having Deen, Jack and Doug on board together was a dream come true for the president of the label. With production overseen by in-house Frontiers man, Alessandro Del Vecchio (who also contributed to the songwriting and played keyboards on the album), the recording process happened in Portland, OR during the summer of 2014.

Revolution Saints’ music is played with a heart and soul and that highlights the passion and the enthusiasm of three of the best rock and all-around musicians in the game today.”

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  • bobbyd on

    it takes a big commitment to make any band work , writing together working together, knowing each other and gelling as a unit- it doesn’t matter if you are a great player, singer, drummer , bassist etc.., no matter who you are , you cannot skip steps and just magically be a great band { the winery dogs might prove my theory wrong, for me the jury is still out } lets see if they stay together for another year – i bought the album and i liked 2 songs -to me there was too much musical masturbation, and not enough good songs – with out a doubt the saints album will have some good moments because of the players involved , it will have maybe one decent song, as a whole, it will not be a great record , there is just no way it can be . like many of the comments posted i hope i’m wrong…..

  • Trapper Crane on

    If Jack sings on it as well, I’ll be more interested. Musically, this could work. Doug is a great, well rounded, versatile guitarist, so in partnership with Jack Blades? It could work. Ironic, that a Night Ranger guitarist has replaced Doug in WS.

  • 3locbox on

    I have seen Deen sing with Journey, does a very good job. Really good on “Mother, Father”, also heard him sing “Faithfully” and “Open Arms” before Arnel was in the band.

  • BRYAN on

    Here’s my super group.- Ace Frehley- Lead Guitar. Peter Criss – Drums. Geddy Lee-Bass. Scott Weiland-Lead Vocals.

  • Mark on

    Why are people so damn negative? “supergroups” are nothing new. HSAS? West, Bruce & Lainge? Beck, Bogart, Appice? Derek and the Dominos? Way too many to name. Those were one off type projects and produced some good results. Give this a chance

    • Eddie on

      Could very well be a great band. My take on it is in my blog. I have an issue when they are disposable bands thrown together with no real chance to go anywhere

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