Ratings and Reviews
So glad to have them back!
Awesome single, closer to their original sound than A Better Day (which is still a good song.)
Revis continues to amaze
Though their much anticipated album "Fire and Ice," has been delayed until who knows when, this recent single will happily fill the void. "Are You Taking Me Home," presents fans of Revis with a sound they will recognize more than their previous release "A Better Day (Relief)." Though the lead singer lets loose moreso than the bands last release, it still feels like it's lacking that signature Revis sound found on such singles as "Places For Breathing," and "Seven." Still, this single is a great song.
Are you kidding me?! This has Revis written all over it! Put your ear buds in, close your eyes and listen; let it tell the story. Signature Justin vocals, undeniable Robert riffs and striking David skins. This tune does not disappoint!! This is only the beginning people. You better be looking over your shoulder because they're coming!!
Justin Holman (vocals), Robert Davis (guitar), Nathaniel Cox (guitar), Bob Thiemann (bass), and David Piribauer (drums) comprise the infectious post-grunge sounds of Revis. They came together in the late '90s and played local gigs in their native Carbondale, IL, under the Orco moniker. A move to Los Angeles in 2001 gave them a new direction and a name change and motivated them to record a demo. Epic Records was impressed with their tight presentation and inked Revis a deal in 2002. Producer Don Gilmore joined them in the studio for their full-length debut later that summer. The end result was the guitar-laden Places for Breathing. Just as it was ready to hit stores in late May, the city of Carbondale christened May 19, 2003, as "Revis Day" in tribute to their young hometown heroes. The album went on to sell 10,000 copies during its first week of release and debuted at number one on Billboard's Heatseekers chart. ~ MacKenzie Wilson
- Carbondale, IL