The Revolution Saints featuring-Deen Castronovo (ex-Journey, Bad English), Doug Aldrich (The Dead Daisies, ex-Whitesnake, Dio), Jack Blades (Night Ranger, Damn Yankees), have released the official video for the song, I Wouldn’t Change a Thing, from their forthcoming self titled album due October 13th. Watch the clip below.

To read more about this release, where to pre-order, and to watch a video for, Light In The Dark, please click here.

Light In The Dark track listing:

1. Light In The Dark
2. Freedom
3. Ride On
4. I Wouldn’t Change A Thing
5. Don’s Surrender
6. Take You Down
7. The Storm Inside
8. Can’t Run Away From Love
9. Running On The Edge
10. Another Chance
11. Falling Apart
12. Back On My Trail (live, bonus track on deluxe edition only)
13. Turn Back Time (live, bonus track on deluxe edition only)
14. Here Forever (live, bonus track on deluxe edition only)
15. Locked Out Of Paradise (live, bonus track on deluxe edition only)

Bonus DVD contents:

–Revolution Saints live at Frontiers Rock Festival (Back On My Trail, Turn Back Time, Here Forever, Locked Out Of Paradise)
–Making of Light In The Dark (documentary)
Light In The Dark (song video)
I Wouldn’t Change A Thing (song video)

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  • Keith G on

    Good tune! Very melodic with excellent musicianship. I enjoyed their first record, and look forward to getting LIGHT IN THE DARK when it is released. Doug Aldrich seems to be very much in demand, given all of the projects I see his name associated with. I’m glad, because the guy is a very talented guitar player!

    • Michael B on

      Most of these musicians have to do multiple projects just to pay the bills, since there are very few mega-bands selling albums at all, and everyone streams their music.

  • Rattlehead on

    I think Deen Castronovo has a great voice for melodic music. He contributed great vocals when he was with Journey and has played with a lot of talented musicians during the course of his career. But, to me, he will always be known and remembered as the leather clad, long haired drummer for Wild Dogs.

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