A stylistically unique Rock & Roll Band from day one, the members of Revilution have been singing, performing, and playing in sync as if they’d been together their entire musical careers. Throughout the course of the band’s union, they have won over rock fans from all walks of life. Now, as they embark on a new recording endeavor, new producer and pr team, their explosive original music is set to conquer an even wider global audience.
Revilution is Dan Seitz, Lead Vocals & Lead Guitar. Scott Flint, Rhythm & Lead Guitar & Backing Vocals. Mikey Chavez, Bass Guitar. Joe Hernandez, Drums, Backing Vocals.
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Exposed Vocals: Hello REVILUTION! Tell us how the recording of the new album went and fun stories from the studio?
Dan Seitz, lead vocals, guitar: The recording went very well! We had six days to record, mix, and master three songs; it might sound like plenty of time, but drum setup eats a lot of the first day, and then you have to record as a band to get the timing and feel of the songs right, and that might take multiple tries. Then everyone has to re-record their parts individually, there are usually mulitple takes involved, on and on… But overall it went smoothly, everyone performed their ass off, and we got some awesome music out of it!
Scott Flint, guitar and backing vocals: I feel the recording sessions went extremely well, everyone was on their game and focused! There was some pure comedy during the sessions. The studio has two floors, the mixing and recording rooms are on the bottom floor, on the upper floor is the living room/drum room. Both floors have live cameras so you can see everyone down below, and down below can see all of the upper room. This one day everyone was down below listening to the mix, except Mikey and me, he and I were just chillin’ upstairs, when Mikey walks over to me laughing and and holding a bag of Joe’s coveted Oreo cookies. So Mikey hands me an Oreo and says, “act like you’re eating it and hold the bag up by your face,” at which time Mikey shot video of all this and sent it to Joe’s phone. We can see Joe downstairs sitting on the couch and watched him open his phone and watch the video of us and he looked up at me and Mikey through the camera and was fuming. We all fell out laughing, it was great.
Marie B, backing vocals: This was by far the easiest album to record in the history of the band. We had assistance and extra ears this time. Always before it was me and Dan. This time with Scott Flint, Mikey Chavez, and Joe Hernandez in the band it made the adventure five times as fun and successful. Then when we worked with Pete de Boer and Ricky Brewer when we got to the recording part it was nice because the studio is comfortable and they are passionate and knowledgeable.
Joe Hernandez, drums, backing vocals: I had a blast recording up there, it was my first time in Denver. And meeting Pete and Ricky up there really made the experience great. I can’t wait to go back there and do it again.
Mikey Chavez, bass: It went fine.
Exposed Vocals: What surprises will be on this new ep, if any ?
Mikey: Wouldn’t be a surprise if I told you.
Marie: My favorite surprise is Scott singing baritone backup vocals. Also having the rest of the band and Ricky doing backup vocals is fun and adds a nice sound to the final mix.
Scott: A couple voice effects on the songs.
Joe: I think it’s a whole new sound that will surprise people.
Dan: Anyone who’s heard our previous stuff is gonna be surprised at how much better we sound!
Exposed Vocals: Recording is such a long and tedious process, did you learn anything about REVILUTION as a band that you didn’t know before?
Marie: I learned that every member of this band has talent and skill. When you are faced with new surroundings and can still play the music, that shows talent. Like Joe had never been to Colorado before so it was fun experiencing it with him. Plus he was the first to record his parts. I can’t say one negative thing about the fellas. They’re solid human beings.
Scott: That we travel well together, and had a job to do and we all did it.
Joe: Well, I like the long process. It was such a great learning experience just to see how it was done. And to see the rest of the guys really put their hundred percent into it. I learned I am playing with some talented people.
Dan: Everyone in the band brought their unique influences and experiences to the songs, they really saw into the heart of the music and made it sound fantastic!
Exposed Vocals: Did you enjoy working with a producer for this project?
Scott: Yes, it made the work flow run smoothly.
Marie: Yes. I didn’t know what I was getting into and it was a highly pleasant experience.
Joe: I had a blast having Ricky there. He really helped me out a lot on the stuff that we worked on.
Dan: Absolutely! Ricky saw ways to streamline the songs that I’d never thought of, and he had the ability to communicate with everyone to get the best performances out of us.
Exposed Vocals: When will the ep be released?
Mikey: Sometime in the near future.
Marie: October 27th.
Scott: We’re having a release party that night at the Boiler Room in Temecula, CA.
Dan: What they said.
Exposed Vocals: Where can we catch REVILUTION on the road?
Marie: You can’t if Dan is driving! (laughing) All our performances are published on the band social media accounts.
Mikey: I drive on I-215 and around Menifee fairly often.
Dan: Hopefully, if you stand still long enough, we’ll catch YOU!
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