Gemini FIve has posted the following bulletin on their myspace page:
Lead guitarist Dee Dee has very rapidly decided to leave the band due to ilness and private/personal reasons. His decision is understandable and accepted by the other bandmembers.
– This is however something we could not predict and therefore some “last-minute-actions” need to be considered.
The show tonight Sept 27th
in Sundsvall [SWE] is forced to be postponed ’til later and the in-store acoustic appearance at Heron City in Stockholm is unfortunally cancelled!!! We are sincerely sorry for all the inconvenience this might have regarding not being able to perform as agreed to.
We’ll try our best to make it up to you in the future.
The Stockholm show at Tantogården on Wednesday October 1 is still on, thanks to Martin Sweet of CrashDïet, whom is filling in temporarily on lead guitar.
Stay tuned for more news and updates regarding the situation.
Cold Blooded Demon blasts out of its heavy metal cannon with the cool anthem “Head My Way“. This heavy rocker was a pretty good way to start off this disc. This tune immediately grabbed my attention, and left me wanting more.
“She’s My Drug” (see the video below) keeps the pace going well. This song has a cool sleazy bass line that really drives this tune.
The bass line on “Lie To Love Me” reminds me of Alice in Chains somewhat. This anthem seems to get better with every listen.
I love the Metallica influence that creeps its way into the song, “Finally“. On the title track “Cold Blooded Demon” I felt that the mixing on this song was a little off. The song is pretty good, but the bass and drums are mixed a little too loud, and it overpowers the vocals of Nathan Yetter. The guitar solos on this song rip!
“Such A Disease” is another cool track that sounds like it could have been a left over tune by Alice in Chains.
Cold Blooded Demon shows a ton of potential for Revmatic. Revmatic does a good job at blending 80’s metal and some 90’s grunge on this CD. Cold Blooded Demon is another nice surprise in 2008.
If a record label gives these guys a break, they could be the next big act to hit the scene. You can preview clips and order your own copy of Cold Blooded Demon at CDBaby.com. For more information on Revmatic, check them out on myspace.
Rating: Out of 10
Nathan Yetter – Lead Guitar and Vocals
Jay Hopkins – Guitar and Backup Vocals
Rob Baker – Drums
Keith Daigle – Bass Guitar and Backup Vocals