September 11, 2017 |

Revealer take on the A-Z challenge!

Revealer take on the A-Z challenge!

September 11, 2017 |

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Brit metallers Revealer are gearing up for the release of their new single Nothing; No One in October. We asked the band to take us further into their world by taking on our A-Z challenge!

A song that made you want to make music?

We've always wanted to play and tour in a band since we were kids, I guess that influence would've derived from seeing bands growing up like Slipknot and Metallica.

Best rider you've ever had?

Lots of pizza.

Craziest thing you've experienced in the band?

A friend of ours in the Netherlands recently got ‘RVLR’ tattooed on him. That blew our minds.

Deepest lyric one of your songs features?

This would depend on the listener and their experiences but for us ’Nothing; No One’ as a whole is the most sincere song we’ve ever written. All the lyrics in this song came from a real dark place and being able to put pen to paper was the best way of opening up about how I felt at the time. It’s really hard to pick out one line due to this reason, but I feel like the line “My broken frame only shows within the shadows on the wall.” sums up that feeling of loneliness, despair and desperation quite accurately. - George.

Easiest song you wrote?

Overcome off our EP ‘Losing Sight’. That song came together very quickly.

Favourite song in your set?

We’ve been playing ‘Nothing; No One’ at a few shows now and it’s always cool to see the response we get for new songs. We always look forward to that part of the set.

Guest you'd most like to feature on your record?

Vincent Bennet from The Acacia Strain.

Hardest thing about being in a band?

Tying it in with reality.

Interesting fact about one of your members?

Whilst on tour, in Cardiff, Alex started sleep walking in the middle of the night and urinated on our van driver.

Jokes you have in the band?

Alex’s bladder.

Key to writing a song?

Write what you want to. Not what you feel you need to.

Longest distance you've travelled to play a show?

We’ve only played the UK so far so we’ve not had to travel crazy distances but during out first date of tour with Dock 83 we had to travel from Hull to Ashford which took 5 to 6 hours due to traffic.