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Cold Blooded Demon

by Revmatic

Catchy with the blunt force impact of blue-collar metal, more simplistic melodies that stay challenging when coupled with solid solos and leads. A steady, persistent backing section acts as a quickened pulse to propel the guitar theatrics.
Genre: Metal/Punk: Heavy Metal
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Head My Way
3:37 $0.99
2. She's a Drug
3:15 $0.99
3. Lie to Love Me
3:21 $0.99
4. Finally
3:52 $0.99
5. Cold Blooded Demon
3:29 $0.99
6. Such a Disease
3:34 $0.99
7. A Dying Flame
3:00 $0.99
8. Feel It Within
3:50 $0.99
9. Bad Behavior
3:59 $0.99
10. So Far Away
5:15 $0.99
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Album Notes
Canadian band Revmatic tears it up on Cold Blooded Demon. This ten song blast of sonically charged tunes grabs you from song to song.
Stand out tracks include, "A Dying Flame", "Such A Disease", and the title track "Cold Blooded Demon". Revmatic are consistent throughout this album, offering a heavy and thundering approach to their metal. Included on Cold Blooded Demon are touches of punk, Metallica and Stone Temple Pilots, with maybe a hint of Iron Maiden throughout the songs. The vocals are catchy and powerful, and I can only imagine what this band sounds like on stage. These guys know what they want to hear and what their audience wants to hear. Track after track this album consistently rocks and leaves you wanting to hear more, so play this one loud and do not skip a single song.
On the drums Rob Baker lays down a blistering aural assault that holds his band together and hammers a solid beat throughout the disc. Keith Daigle's animated bass lines take full charge of the thunderous backline and never lets go. His backing vocals, along with guitarist Jay Hopkins, approach the glory days of heavy metal chorus anthems. Hopkins, along with Nathan Yetter's blistering leads, catapults the overall crunch of this band into the stratosphere. Yetter's vocals are a power house display of catchy and unpredictable rage tempered with superior vocal control. His voice adds a distinctive sound to the songs and his guitar playing compliments the tunes while never overplaying. You get the sense that he could be flashier but holds back to reflect the cohesion Revmatic has. They function extremely well as a single unit, each one building on the strength of the others.
Cold Blooded Demon stands up to any band out there today and should carry the band well into the future of heavy metal. Of all the tracks my favorite two were "She's A Drug." and "Head My Way". This is one disc I can't pull out of my CD player. Rev it up!

Reviewed by Bryan Martin (Witch Meadow guitarist) for Sleaze Roxx, September 2008. http://www.sleazeroxx.com/

Review 2: http://hardrockheavymetal.wordpress.com/

Canadian metallers Revmatic have released their third album, COLD BLOODED DEMON, and the band has taken a harder, more Metal sound than on their previous efforts: 2004’s GHETTO BLASTER and 2002’s REVMATIC. Both earlier albums were more contemporary Hard Rock than Heavy Metal but the addition of new guitarist Jay Hopkins, before the recording of COLD BLOODED DEMON, has added a new energy and harder style to Revmatic’s overall sound. There is Metal here, there is also Hard Rock, the blend makes it a very interesting listen.

Opening song ‘Head My Way’ starts the album with heavy guitars and pounding drums from Rob Baker that immeadiately reminds of Motorhead but not as dirty, especially vocally where Yetter has a clearer singing voice than Lemmy. I also detect a little Iron Maiden influence on the lead guitar, especially at the end of the song. ‘She’s A Drug’ has the same driving rhythm and energy that ‘Head My Way’ has but sounds more like a current Hard Rock song you would hear on today’s radio stations. Same thing goes with ‘Lie To Love Me’, it’s a heavy song that sounds like it could be on Rock radio alongside the Puddle Of Mudds and Nickelbacks of the world. What separates Revmatic from these other bands is the guitars, I doubt that the other two bands would want a more Metal approach.

There’s a little more melodic approach to the vocals on ‘Finally’ but the overall sound is Metal and the music has a Metallica - BLACK album influence to it while the title track kicks in with another buzzsaw riff and churning rhythm section and moves forward with raw power and energy. When Hopkins hits the solo, you can definitely hear that Phil Campbell style. Things slow down with a chugging riff on ‘Such A Disease’, it’s heavy and the drums especially pop out on this tune. There’s this enhancement on the vocals in some spots and I think Yetter sounds better without it, I guess the thing was to make those lines a little spooky but I never like that sort of thing. Ozzy did the same thing on BLACK RAIN last year and I hated it. ‘A Dying Flame’ is another heavy song in the same scope as the rest of the album, the guitar solo is excellent and the bass and drums really drive the entire song. Same goes for ‘Feel It Within’, huge guitar sound and the rhythm section sounds heavy as hell. There’s some cool quick harmonies on the chorus that sound pretty good as well.

Ending the album is ‘Bad Behavior’ and ‘So Far Away’. ‘Bad Behavior’ continues the hard & heavy Metal style but what I find really like on this song is how Keith Daigle’s bass jumps right out of the stereo speakers. What a sound! The bass isn’t overpowering, you can still hear everything else, it just really comes out and smacks you upside the head! ‘So Far Away’ leans back toward the current Hard Rock vibe that is popular right now and I wouldn’t be surprised to hear this song out there on the radio. It’s a little slower than the rest of the album but it has a solid groove and I like the cleaner guitar solo.

Bottom Line:
This has been a good year for discovering new bands and Revmatic is one of those. “High energy, raw, in your face, modern Heavy Metal & Hard Rock that you could hear on today’s Rock radio”…..that is probably the best description I can give if I were to use one sentence. What I liked best about COLD BLOODED DEMON was the guitars, especially the solos that were extremely good. You can hear the Motorhead, Metallica, & Maiden influences in all the guitar work. I thought the bass and drums were tight and made for an really powerful tandem and the vocals were pretty good although a bit shouty at times. The production was top notch, everything crystal clear, not one instrument drowning out the others, everything was well balanced to create a big overall sound. Just a quick note on the cool album artwork…..doesn’t it look like something from H.R. Giger?

Favorite Songs: ‘Head My Way’, Bad Behavior’, ‘Cold Blooded Demon’, ‘Finally’, ‘So Far Away’



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Love it!!!
This CD is great. I think it is their best yet and I love their other albums too. My fave tracks on this album are:Head My Way and So Far Away, but they are all good. If you get a chance to see them, this band really rocks out live.

matt boyd

album kicks ASS!
This is old school metal riffage! heavy guitars and driving kick drums with the sound of pounding bass! the album is catchy and singable the whole way threw, vocaly reminds you of motley crew and alice and chains. A welcome addition to your metal collection! Plus the art work and sleeve are also a flash back of the powerfull metal years! All round an excellent and well recoreded album!


Great CD!!
I love this band!! I am surprised they are not signed by a major label. The album opens up with a bang and keeps your attention right to the end of the album. My favorite song is SHE\'S A DRUG. This album ROCKS!!