REVOLUTION SAINTS, FEATURING DOUG ALDRICH, JACK BLADES AND DEEN CASTRONOVO, RELEASE SECOND VIDEO FROM THEIR SELF-TITLED DEBUT SLATED FOR RELEASE ON FEBRUARY 24th
As anticipation continues to build for the upcoming debut from Revolution Saints, the band has released a second music video from the album due out on February 20th in Europe and February 24th in North America via Frontiers Music SRL. The video for “Back On My Trail” premiered exclusively on Billboard.com and can be seen below.
Revolution Saints is Doug Aldrich (Whitesnake) on guitars, Jack Blades (Night Ranger, Damn Yankees, Shaw/Blades) on bass and co-lead vocals and Deen Castronovo (Journey, Bad English) on drums and lead vocals. The album has been receiving rave reviews from media with ArtistDirect declaring, “They’ve got enough energy (and the pedigree) to singlehandedly usher in a new age of rock.” The Front Row Report also stated in a 9.5 out of 10 review, “This is as close to perfect as it gets.” The album is available for pre-order at Amazon in standard CD and as a deluxe edition with bonus DVD. Fans who order the album digitally through iTunes will receive an automatic download of Back On My Trail, Turn Back Time and Way To The Sun (feat. Neal Schon).
“It’s a fun record. It’s not safe. It is a musician’s record,” states Castronovo.
To watch a video for Turn Back Time and to watch an EPK about this release, please click here.
The track listing for Revolution Saints is:
1. Back On My Trail
2. Turn Back Time
3. You’re Not Alone (Feat. Arnel Pineda)
4. Locked Out Of Paradise
5. Way To The Sun (Feat. Neal Schon)
6. Dream On
7. Don’t Walk Away
8. Here Forever
9. Strangers To This Life
10. Better World
11. How To Mend A Broken Heart
12. In The Name Of The Father (Fernando’s Song)
Revolution Saints on the web:
Not feeling this at all. To bad cause Deen has such a killer voice.
“The album has been receiving rave reviews from media with ArtistDirect declaring, “They’ve got enough energy (and the pedigree) to singlehandedly usher in a new age of rock.” The Front Row Report also stated in a 9.5 out of 10 review, “This is as close to perfect as it gets.”
Woah hold up. It’s not bad, but lets not get carried away with the press release stuff, eh? It sounds like a mix of Night Ranger and Journey. Pretty sure it won’t be ushering in a new age of rock. I like this song better than the first one that was posted, but I still don’t think I’d buy it.
I’m still waiting for that “new age of rock”, but I don’t think we’ll be seeing it for a long time.
Good call Michael. The reviewer must be a huge Night Ranger and/or Journey fan. Being a guitarist myself, I’m a fan if Doug’s playing and I’m sure they’ll have some good tunes on the album but I’d have a hear the entire album for myself to decide if it’s a 9.5, which it more than likely isn’t. That’s a damn high rating! And, like you, I’m still waiting for the new age of rock, I just don’t see these guys being the ones that kick start a revolution.
Well, I did a little research on this project, mainly because I wondered more about this “Frontiers Records” out of Italy that seems to be releasing all this mediocre AOR melodic rock stuff, most of it pretty bland. I’ve also noticed sites like melodicrock.com and their “glowing” reviews of all of these releases. I think it really does a disservice to music if you aren’t having meaningful and impartial music reviews, at least that’s why I stopped reading that website years ago now. Every album is AMAZING and 9 OUT OF 10 STARS! Honestly, it’s even hard to take Amazon or iTunes reviews seriously these days, because many times, it’s quite obvious there some padded reviews going on.
It seems a guy named Allessandro Del Vecchio, writes much of the music, which is why most of the Frontier Record’s releases sounds very similar. This project exists because the head of Frontier Records wanted it to exist, not because these guys just got together and jammed, which is a shame.
Talented guys, for sure. Music is O.K., nothing earth shattering. It’s safe, like a Volvo.
I like it. Anything connected with Jack Blades is good in my book. And Deen and Doug are super talented.
After a few listens, I am starting to like it. I don’t like how so many of these rock albums sound the same from a production standpoint.