The Dead Exs NEW Album is here! I have had the honor of listening to every mix, remix and tweak of this new material and believe me, where their debut Resurrection left off this album picks up and runs with it. Stick it in your ears!
Recorded live in the studio over the summer of 2012 in NYC and Brooklyn.
released 16 September 2012
Produced, recorded, mixed and mastered at Flow NY by David Pattillo
Tracks 1, 3, 4 & 5 recorded by Jason Finkel at Rubber Tracks in Brooklyn
and mixed at Flow NY by David Pattillo
David Pattillo - GUITAR, VOX
Wylie Wirth - DRUMS
Guest Post by Matthew Warburton of Screaming at the Wall
Fans of "Ressurrection" will not be disappointed with The Dead Exs follow-up album, "Relovolution"
If you're concerned about the new release straying from the style that got you interested in them in the first place, just listening to one of the new songs will quickly dispel any doubts you might have. These guys went back to their roots musically, and fortunately it looks like they intend to stay there for a long time.
Get Over: Another fast track that features the gritty vocals and wild guitar
skills that have made David Pattillo such a distinctive figure and
musician. Wylie Wirth does an excellent job complimenting David's
sound and enhancing it several times over.
Get Right Time: A very enjoyable classic-rock sounding piece that's incredibly
catchy. There's not much to say about it other than the fact that it's a fun
song that's overwhelmingly easy to listen to, but there's plenty of solid
action throughout to keep you moving.
Midnight Eyes: One of the slow jams that lets each chord sound out, with gentle drums
keeping the beat, and vocals that make you feel the pain and emotion put into
it. Even by The Dead Exs standards this is definitely one that raises the bar.
It's impossible to pick a favorite among the new tracks, because they are completely
different types of songs when compared to one another in terms of tempo and
feeling. However, each one features all the trademark sounds that have cemented
The Dead Exs in blues-rock history. This highly anticipated album will deliver
on all expectations, and I personally cannot wait to get my hands on it.