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Revelation (USA)




USA - Disbanded.

Description

Progressive Doom

A classic band dating back to the 1980's, Revelation could be considered the ultimate marriage between Doom Metal and Progressive Rock. Ties to the sound of Trouble are clear in their slower Trad. Doom anthems, though the band would also go into sections of 70's Progressive Rock in the vein of Rush.

Discography

Face Reality (Demo)1987None
Terminal Destiny (Demo)1987None
Images Of Darkness (Demo)1987None
Illusion Of Progress (Demo)1989None
Salvation's Answer1991Rise above records
The Unbearable Vision (Demo)1991None
Never Comes Silence1993Hellhound
Mourning Son (Demo)1994None
...Yet So Far1995Hellhound
Frozen Masque (Demo)1996None
Fourteen Inches Of Fury (Split)1998Game Two
Frozen Masque (Compilation)2003Miskatonic Foundation
Paleontology (Compilation)2007Bland Hand
Release2008Leaf Hound
Revelation2009The Church Within
For The Sake Of No One2009Shadow Kingdom
Lord Vicar/Revelation (Split)2012The Church Within
Inner Harbor2012Bland Hand

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Interviews

Interview with Revelation (USA) (2017-04-04).

Misc

The band initially went under the name Panic, in 1985, but changed that to one inspired by a Trouble song in 1986.

Only drummer Steve Branagan remained with the band throughout its career, though co-founder John Brenner (guitar, '86-93) and bassist from '88-91 Bert Hall Jr both rejoined in 2007 to complete the final line-up that eventually folded in 2013.

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