REVOCATION will return to the road next month as part of the Chaos & Carnage tour. Set to commence on April 18th and run through May 17th, the trek features co-headliners Whitechapel and Dying Fetus with additional support from Fallujah, Spite, Uncured, and Buried Above Ground. See all confirmed dates below.
In related news, REVOCATION recently unveiled a new video for "Vanitas" from their latest full-length, The Outer Ones, released last September via Metal Blade Records. "Vanitas" was shot during the band's European tour last year with labelmates Rivers Of Nihil. Directed by Rivers Of Nihil guitarist Jonathan Topore, the video can be viewed here:
REVOCATION w/ Whitechapel, Dying Fetus, Fallujah, Spite, Uncured, Buried Above Ground: 4/18/2019 Starland Ballroom - Sayreville, NJ 4/19/2019 Palladium - Worcester, MA 4/20/2019 Reverb - Reading, PA 4/23/2019 Rex Theater - Pittsburgh, PA 4/24/2019 Agora Theatre - Cleveland, OH 4/25/2019 Conrod Music Hall - Chicago, IL 4/26/2019 Crofoot - Pontiac, MI 4/27/2019 The Rave - Milwaukee, WI 4/28/2019 Cabooze - Minneapolis, MN 4/30/2019 The Oriental Theater - Denver, CO 5/02/2019 UC Theatre - Berkley, CA 5/03/2019 House Of Blues - Anaheim, CA 5/04/2019 The Pressroom - Phoenix, AZ 5/05/2019 Sunshine Theater - Albuquerque, NM 5/07/2019 The Complex - Springfield, MO 5/08/2019 Diamond Ballroom - Oklahoma City, OK 5/09/2019 Rock Box - San Antonio, TX 5/10/2019 Gas Monkey Live - Dallas, TX 5/11/2019 Warehouse Live - Houston, TX 5/12/2019 House Of Blues - New Orleans, LA 5/13/2019 Buckhead Theatre - Atlanta, GA 5/15/2019 Revolution - Fort Lauderdale, FL 5/16/2019 Jannus Live - St. Petersburg, FL 5/17/2019 Ramkat - Winston Salem, NC
Produced by Zeuss (Rob Zombie, Queensrÿche, Whitechapel, etc.), The Outer Ones finds REVOCATION pushing both the death metal and progressive elements of their signature sound harder than ever. "I knew that I wanted to go in a darker direction, and this is our most death metal album to date," states vocalist/guitarist Dave Davidson. "Sometimes when death metal bands go down the prog route, they lose some of that edge, but we wanted to keep the aggression at the forefront of what we do while still pushing our boundaries."
Moving away from the societal and historical themes that informed 2016's Great Is Our Sin, this time Davidson has immersed himself in the fantastic, evoking one of the great writers of the sci-fi/horror genre. "The title is my ode to H. P. Lovecraft and the entities of pure cosmic horror that rule that universe he created. Since the new music we were writing was so evil and spacey in sections it seemed to be the right title to fit the overall vibe. But while the lyrical content is largely influenced by such writings, in every allegory there is of course some reflection of the real world, so I enjoy writing in a way that could have one overlaying meaning and then another deeper, symbolic meaning as well."