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 album entitled “Cold Blooded Demon”. As described by
singer Nathan Yetter, “ It is the sound of Guns ‘N’ Roses and Metallica in a car
accident.” The album marked a new beginning and has gained many accolades on
their solid sound, rhythm section and pure raw energy in their live shows.
In February 2014 REVMATIC released their first album in six years titled
“Rising Of The Sword.” Also, this is the first album to include Trevor Wilson on
Guitar. The new album is rich with duel lead guitars, pounding bass guitar, and
thunderous drumming. It’s like a drink of Hard Rock, with a twist of Metal, with
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” and Keith Bergman from blabbermouth.net stated “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.
Nathan Yetter | Guitar and Lead Vocals
Keith Daigle | Bass Guitar
Trevor Wilson | Guitar
Rob Baker | Drums
"The Headstones" front man Hugh Dillon has played several acting roles over the years. Most notably in the movie HARD CORE LOGO and in the tv series Durham County and Flashpoint. You might recognize him better as Mike Sweeney in Durham County, or Sergeant Ed Lane in the police drama Flashpoint.
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