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Kingston, Canada

REVMATIC has been described as "catchy with the blunt force impact of blue-collar metal, more simplistic melodies that stay challenging when coupled with solid solos and leads. A steady, persistent backing section acts as a quickened pulse to propel the guitar theatrics. This band has a sound that's ready to burst from the underground into the mainstream."

In 2008 they released their third album entitled "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. Rory Fiorito who has worked with bands such as Diamond Head, Dokken, Ratt and Quiet Riot did the album art and design.

In the nine years since the band formed, they have moulded themselves into an extremely solid band, fine tuning their sound‚ with melodic vocals, thunderous drums and guitars that are defined but fierce!

Cold Blooded Demon is a powerful album musically and visually. Bryan Martin from said, “Cold Blooded Demon stands up to any band out there today and should carry the band well into the future of heavy metal.

REVMATIC consists of Nathan Yetter on Vocals and Guitar, Jay Hopkins on Guitar, Keith Daigle on Bass and Rob Baker on Drums.

The Heavy Metal Addiction website review said that the band is "High energy, raw, in your face, modern Heavy Metal & Hard Rock that you could hear on today's Rock radio"

A review from Keith Bergman of said, "REVMATIC are definitely on their way to great things, and they're something the world needs more of - a radio-friendly hard rock band that doesn't forget their balls, or their distortion pedals, on the way to the studio."

If a record label gives these guys a break, REVMATIC could be the next big act to hit the scene...

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