The music of Revolt Revolt incorporates simple `60s garage band drones, hard rock, industrial noise, opera and space music to produce a challenging, mind altering experience. On 2015's Wild Unraveling, they take their driving, noise drenched, delicately nuanced sound in surprising new directions. "The lyrics and music on this record are about being on the edge," says group founder, guitarist and singer Christopher Bock. "I relate a lot to the wilderness and feel that we are beautiful, unique, interesting beings on our own epic journeys. The album title implies letting go and opening up to the wild. The songs all talk about being on the edge, not knowing, realizing that nothing is sure in life, but change."
The music of Revolt Revolt incorporates simple `60s garage band drones, hard rock, industrial noise, opera and space music to produce a challenging, mind altering experience. On 2015's Wild Unraveling, they take their driving, noise drenched, delicately nuanced sound in surprising new directions. "The lyrics and music on this record are about being on the edge," says group founder, guitarist and singer Christopher Bock. "I relate a lot to the wilderness and feel that we are beautiful, unique, interesting beings on our own epic journeys. The album title implies letting go and opening up to the wild. The songs all talk about being on the edge, not knowing, realizing that nothing is sure in life, but change."
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Format: CD
Label: FRFO
Rel. Date: 08/21/2015
UPC: 616892293040

Wild Unraveling
Artist: Revolt Revolt
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The music of Revolt Revolt incorporates simple `60s garage band drones, hard rock, industrial noise, opera and space music to produce a challenging, mind altering experience. On 2015's Wild Unraveling, they take their driving, noise drenched, delicately nuanced sound in surprising new directions. "The lyrics and music on this record are about being on the edge," says group founder, guitarist and singer Christopher Bock. "I relate a lot to the wilderness and feel that we are beautiful, unique, interesting beings on our own epic journeys. The album title implies letting go and opening up to the wild. The songs all talk about being on the edge, not knowing, realizing that nothing is sure in life, but change."