Revocation begins recording new albumMassachusetts metallers Revocation have entered the studio to begin recording the follow-up to their critically acclaimed 2011 Relapse Records release "Chaos Of Forms". This will be the first full-length album with bass player Brett Bamberger who joined the band in 2012 and was featured on the group's last Ep, "Teratogenesis", which was released by Scion A/V.
Commented Revocation frontman Dave Davidson: "Today we've entered the studio to record our upcoming full-length with longtime producer and drinking buddy Pete Rutcho. We'll be recording the drums at The Brick Hithouse Studio and then finish up the rest of the tracking at Damage Studios.
"This is shaping up to be some of our most aggressive material to date and will be the next logical step forward from our last Ep.
"The songs on this upcoming record have a great deal of diversity to them and employ a variety of different techniques, tunings and tempos.
"We are incredibly stoked to begin this process and can't wait for our fans to hear the finished product. More details as they develop..."
Revocation will take a quick break from working on their new album this spring when it hits the road with Goatwhore, 3 Inches Of Blood and Ramming Speed. Revocation joins the tour in Bucksport, Maine on April 28 and will play six shows, winding things down in Toronto on May 3.
Revocation's latest album, "Chaos Of Forms", was released in August 16, 2011 in North America and September 5, 2011 internationally via Relapse. The follow-up to 2009's "Existence Is Futile" was recorded at Damage Studios in Southbridge, Massachusetts with engineer Pete Rutcho and features 12 tracks with a running time of a little over 45 minutes.