· REVOLUTION HIGHWAY - S/T (GYR173) ·

::T R A C K S::

01. RENEGADE
02. YOUNG AND WILD
03. INTO THE DARKNESS
04. THE STREETS OF HOLLYWOOD
05. ROLLIN' TRAIN
06. SISTER OF THE DEVIL
07. I NEED YOUR LOVE
08. ALL THE WAY DOWN
09. KNOW MERCY, KNOW LOVE
10. LOSING YOU AGAIN
11. REVOLUTION HIGHWAY


FORMAT: Audio CD / 4 PANEL DIGIPACK
GYR173 - $14.99

Mega-Awesome debut studio disc by this outstanding hard rock band featuring David Fefolt on Vocals and Stavros Papadopoulos on Guitar. Includes 11 killer tracks of powerful, melodic, blues-based, heavy rock music that lands with supreme, high octane, classic hard rock excellence.

Revolution Highway is fronted by the phenomenal vocal talents of David Fefolt, an excellent, seasoned heavy rock vocalist who previously has been in many great bands through the years including FireWolfe, Angels Of Babylon, Fifth Angel and Masi to name a few. David Fefolt is a world-class rock vocalist who sings his ass off with endless strength, passion and melodic soul-power. Revolution Highway also features the incredible, bad-ass, heavy guitar rock skills of Stavros Papadopoulos, an amazing, prolific, hard rock riff:master from Greece who stands tall and speaks the same musical language of the guitar greats. Papadopoulos is a true "Guitar Hero" who lands rock solid impressive with his guitar rock talents in Revolution Highway along with his other excellent bands that have been released over the past several years: Super Vintage, Freerock Saints, Hard Driver & Universal Hippies. Revolution Highway is rounded out by the excellent musical talents of John Christopoulos on bass and Chris "Rock Machine" Lagios on drums. An amazing new Classic hard rock band has been born with a group of "Rock N' Roll Saviors" who are on a Mission to Keep the Rock alive.

The Revolution Highway "Self-Titled" disc from Grooveyard Records is an essential "musical document" from a remarkable, blues-based, hard rock band that lands classic, timeless and memorable. Prepare to Rock and take a bad-ass musical ride on the Revolution Highway.

Raise The Fist Of The Hard Rock Child Who Believes In True Rock N' Roll. Together We Stand United And Rock Forever On The Revolution Highway.


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01. RENEGADE
02. YOUNG AND WILD
03. INTO THE DARKNESS
04. THE STREETS OF HOLLYWOOD
05. ROLLIN' TRAIN
06. SISTER OF THE DEVIL
07. I NEED YOUR LOVE
08. ALL THE WAY DOWN
09. KNOW MERCY, KNOW LOVE
10. LOSING YOU AGAIN
11. REVOLUTION HIGHWAY

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The self-titled release by Revolution Highway is a kick ass, supercharged muscle car of a release by a band of sonic outlaws, collectively fine-tuning their groove machine, hitting the gas and redlining all over the damn place. It’s pretty obvious that these guys are having a high-flying good time here – it’s rock party funtime, and there’s an upbeat vibe running through every track that’s contagious and incurable.

This is yet another incarnation from the chameleonic musical mind of Stavros Papadopoulos (Super Vintage, Hard Driver, Freerock Saints and Universal Hippies) and represents his first international collaboration with the fabulous David Fefolt on lead vocals - and the results are truly stellar. This is a heavier, harder and faster juggernaut than some of Stavros’s earlier projects, and he maintains his trademark rhythm textures (from the simmering to the sublime) and white hot, edgy and biting lead work on every track, wringin’ that neck and pummeling the grooves into submission with his deft fingerwork and wah-drenched solo work. Holy Wahcamoly, man!

There is a distinct urgency and edge to this release that can be attributed to the unique synergy generated by this lineup…they are a loud and proud screaming rock machine generating non-stop, pulsing, rapid-fire riffage complemented by soaring and throaty soul-powered vocals that are hearty, smooth, heavy and refined. Ahhh yes.

A seasoned veteran of the US west coast rock scene with an impressive pedigree on deck, David Fefolt is a true retrorockin’, hard-driving atomic vocal powerhouse if there ever was one, delivering blistering vocal performances that are rooted firmly within what could be defined as “Classic Rock” yet without the trappings and cliches that have mangled and stereotyped that label, particularly in the vernacular of its use today. Stavros brings back his tried-and-true rhythm section of John Christopoulos (bass) and Chris Lagios (drums) – for them, it’s just another SEAL Team “Seek and Destroy” mission, which they accomplish with shock and awe precision in their delivery and scorched earth devastation in their wake.

From the 1st 16 seconds of the opener “Renegade” you know immediately that you’d better fasten your seatbelts ‘cause you’re in for a wild ride. The standout “Into The Darkness” melts the speakers with a jackhammer riff that morphs into a thoughtful and melodic verse section then unexpectedly erupts into a chorus section that sucker punches the listener into a daze. Delightful. “I Need Your Love” and “All The Way Down” follow suit with a swagger and attitude that is reminiscent of the best of early ‘80s Dio, Whitesnake and Jake E. Lee-era Ozzy (bear in mind these comparisons are merely road signs on the Revolution Highway…this is their vision, their sound, their message…nobody elses). This is supercharged, supersonic, supercool shit, man.

Revolution Highway – the band and their self-titled release – elevates and glorifies what hard rock ‘n’ roll should be with style and class. This is deep stuff, completely accessible that’s full of passion in all its hard rockin’, badass glory…and it’s really a lot of fun to listen to. Gil Scott-Heron once said, “The revolution will not be televised…the revolution will be live.” Well, here’s the soundtrack. Hit the highway and TURN IT UP!

Jimmy Ryan / Guitar Rock Appreciation Society (December 2018)
 


This is the best rock release of 2018! Some great music is made every year but in 2018 the best was kept until last when Grooveyard Records released Revolution Highway’s "Self-Titled" debut just before Christmas. Revolution Highway is big news on the hard rock and metal circuit, a supergroup that brings together seasoned veterans that broke through and earned their stripes with other great outfits, most notably the awesome axeman of Super Vintage, Stavros Papadopoulos, and vocalist David Fefolt formerly fronting FireWolfe and Angels of Babylon. In Revolution Highway they are joined by Chris Lagios on drums and John Christopoulos on bass. Lagios is an old mate of Stavros’ and has worked with him in several bands and projects over the years, Freerock Saints, Universal Hippies and Hard Driver to name a few. Stavros’ work with the axe is legendary among the legions of European hard and heavy rock fans. His superb and outstandingly brilliant guitar work and songwriting landed Super Vintage centre stage on the European rock scene, not so many years ago, and himself among the chosen few that rank as the greatest talents of his generation. That can all be heard on this mightily great disc. Stavros’ phenomenal guitar is here in all its glory, mercilessly played and pushed to its limits, the man himself standing on the edge and taking risks as never before, totally fearless with no respect for any boundaries. There were thrilling moments on this album when I thought he had got himself in too deep, that he wasn’t going to pull it off – he always did! He always does! David Fefolt, another great name gracing the hard rock billboard, has lent his vocal talent to a string of well known American rock outfits, most notably (and recently) FireWolf and Angels of Babylon. I can’t help thinking that during his time with these two bands (probably all his other bands also) they had, arguably, the best heavy rock vocalist on the planet! Someone who can proudly and confidently take his seat among the genre’s greatest: Gillan, Coverdale, Hughes, Dio. (There is a reason I place him among the greatest vocalists of the Purple family – read further.) Revolution Highway is no recycling of Super Vintage or Angels of Babylon or any of Stavros’ and Fefolt’s former bands. With Revolution Highway, Stavros’ guitar is even harder and the sound grittier than we are used to and when accompanied by Fefolt’s vocals the band ventures into Purple territory. When listening to the album for the first time the thought actually entered my mind that if the great Purple were being formed now, this is what they might sound like and this would be their music. That’s how good Revolution Highway is! The music on this album is sheer brilliance, classic rock at its best, heavy and hard, with every member of the band rising to the challenge of delivering the best that is currently found on the global rock scene. I said so much earlier: this is the best rock album of 2018! In Stavros and Fefolt we may have two of the iconic names of the European and American hard and heavy rock scene but make no mistake about this band: Revolution Highway does not throw together star musicians from older class acts in desperate hope that they will somehow do magic and reproduce past glories and the fame of their former outfits. That old supergroup formula has been tried and tested several times in the past to no avail. Revolution Highway is not plagued by any such vanities. Past glories, achievements or egos don’t get in the way here. These guys gel together and produce music, fresh and exciting as the great giants of rock used to do back in the olden days. What stands out, and strikingly so, on this album is the Stavros/Fefolt partnership, the guitar and the vocals. We haven’t heard anything like this since Blackmore/Gillan, Blackmore/Coverdale, Page/Plant. I used to think back in the day, every time I heard these three greatest of all rock vocalists, that when backed by their equally great guitarists no one came anywhere close. In Revolution Highway, driven by Stavros’ monstrous guitar, Fefolt has found the perfect outfit to carry his vocals; you won’t find anyone better around. These two make the perfect guitar/vocals partnership. Spectacularly so! Revolution Highway has all the ingredients and potential that made the great bands that blazed the trail in the past; stellar artists in every seat, brilliant songs and ideas and music that brings the best of the classic past to the present. We can only hope that they will stick around to produce and give us more of the same. Bands like this are a glittering rarity that reminds us of the brilliant art form classic rock is when the right people gets involved. People that can create magic.

Thor Indridason / Guitar Rock Appreciation Society (United Kingdom) (January 2019)
 


Mines a deep vein of hard rock previously well trodden by Messrs. Coverdale, Rodgers and Plant. This is plainly evident on the opener ‘Renegade’ which reminds of ‘Black Dog’ and sums up this band’s meld of Zeppelin via early Whitesnake and latter-day Bad Company. There’s nothing wrong with that, as long as the songs are well constructed and the playing exemplary. And thankfully this self-titled debut does meet these exacting requirements.

With main-men, vocalist David Fefolt and Savros Papadopoulos (guitar), eleven riff-driven, ballsy tracks have been fashioned with a high quotient of memorable choruses (including ‘Young And Wild’ and ‘Rollin’ Train’) whilst the longer ‘Sister Of The Devil’ provides suitable respite but is no less impressive.

If melodic hard rock is your thing, you’ll certainly like this.

David Randall / Get Ready To Rock (February 2019)
 


Man, when this album kicked off I was immediately thrown back to when I first heard the debut album by Montrose back in 1973. Earthy, analogue hard rock with phat riffs, pounding drums and a singer that rips! David Fefolt is his name and he’s previously been heard in bands like FireWölf, Hawk and Masi). Nothing wrong with his past ventures, but this one kicks them to the curb! So, who’s delivering the guitar riffs if not the hardest working man in Greece, Mr Stavros Papadopolous of Universal Hippies, Freerock Saints and Super Vintage. He’s really proved to be a riff force to be reckoned with on his other releases, and here he really sums it up, blending his bluesy licks and his powerful riffing capabilities. Two songs in and I’m in hook, line, singer and rod! This is without doubt one of the best albums of 2018! If you’re into bands like Montrose, (the sadly underrated) Manic Eden or Badlands with a touch of heavier 80s hard rock (think Whitesnake “1980”) this one’s for you. As usual it’s got flawless, powerful production from Stavros. When I hear an intro and a riff like in “All The Way Down” a big smile just floats out all over my face. This ROCKS (yes, capital letters required)! There’s honestly not a single weak track on the album! My biggest problem will be, getting it out of my CD-player, as it will probably get stuck from melting of excessive playing. A killer album indeed (if you haven’t gathered that by now)!

Janne Stark / Stark Music Reviews (January 2019)
 


In REVOLUTION HIGHWAY we can experience David Fefolt in a captivating way on the mic. A voice that has already been used in style with FIFTH ANGEL, FIREWÖLFE, ANGELS OF BABYLON and FORGOTTEN REALM. Along with Hellenic guitar virtuoso Stavros Papadopoulos of FREEROCK SAINTS, SUPER VINTAGE or HARD DRIVER, he has formed REVOLUTION HIGHWAY to dedicate himself to powerful hard rock with a bluesy touch. John Christopoulos is doing a great job on the bass strings & Chris "Rock Machine" Lagios on the drums.

Opener 'Renegade' is the kind of composition last heard with COVERDALE / PAGE in the spirit of LED ZEPPELIN and in the next moment creates a bridge to GUNS N'ROSES which brings the attraction of REVOLUTION HIGHWAY. Of course there are even more songs á la 'Rollin' Train' or 'Into The Darkness' on this first work, which should appeal to open-hearted people for BLACK COUNTRY COMMUNION, BADLANDS and Y & T. Rockin 'Holidays!

Michael Haifl / Streetclip - Germany (December 2018)
 


As Grooveyard Records heads towards an impressive 20 years of releasing mighty fine hard rocking blues and grooves, so they celebrate by releasing seven new titles from across the range of styles they cover. Right at the head of that pack is Revolution Highway, a bullish, bold but beautifully poised outfit whose self titled debut album is set to make a lasting mark. Now, if I tell you that this group are based round the undoubted six string talent of Stavros Papadopoulos, you might wonder what the difference is between Revolution Highway and the numerous other bands - Super Vintage, Freerock Saints, Hard Driver, Universal Hippies - the fret-master has brought into being. The answer is simple, if unexpected; for while the Rev’s are still a blues based hard rock outfit dripping with blistering fret excursions, there’s a more commercial, and even at times sleazy edge at play here. Think Led Zeppelin swaggering with the strut of Guns N’ Roses and honest grit of Tesla, all while slinging it low in the way ZZ Top used to and you might well be on your way to mastering the sound revealed with a flourish. Then factor in what is possibly Papadopoulos’s most accomplished, fluent and fiery set of guitar solos to date and you know that this explosive album might well be the one to take him over the top.

The guitarist isn’t alone however, singer David Fefolt, formerly with the likes of Firewolfe, Masi and Fifth Angel (among others), the perfect frontman for this energetic rock n’ roll. And the seasoned howler positively revels in the urgency of “Into The Darkness” and threat of “Sister Of The Devil”. Completing the line-up are the duo of bassist John Christopoulos and drummer Chris Lagios, who are the sort of solid, dependable and when the need arises, expansive rhythm section this style of music needs to thrive.

Throughout this disc the high standard simply never drops but whether via the romp n’ roll of “I Need Your Love”, where the riffs are set to stun, or the considered sting of “Know Mercy, Know Love”, where this album really hits home is through the depth of emotion that is aligned to the exceptional musicality on show. “Losing You Again” sits mid-paced and proud, “The Streets Of Hollywood” glistens and grooves, while the album’s title track is a seven minute journey that confirms the class of what’s on show - frets burning, beats pounding, vocals uplifting. What with the rapid fire nature of the albums to arrive from the guitar of Stavros Papadopoulos, you could be forgiven for thinking that this fret-slinger might be spreading himself too thin. Revolution Highway proves that theory utterly redundant and yet, you can’t quite help but wonder what might happen if he decided to really concentrate on one band and get them out on the road and in people’s faces. If that were to happen I think we might well see a revolution right along the highways. We can but hope.

Steven Reid / Sea Of Tranquility (December 2018)
 


"Renegade" screaming guitars to just pierce thru you powerful bluesy vocals with a Led Zeppelin feel. "Young And Wild" fist in the air head banging hair flyin metal magic. "Into The Darkness" grab your air guitar and rock out pounding drums thundering bass screaming guitars and powerful vocals to just make your day. "The Streets Of Hollywood" hit the groove in this song and just get enveloped till the last note. "Rollin’ Train" has a bluesy feel that just hits the groove and keeps going. "Sister Of The Devil" a slow grinding groove with tone of emotional playing. "I Need Your Love" take a trip back to the great days when blues based rock metal was king. "All The Way Down" get out the air guitar and just jam along as you sway to the riff and groove along. "Know Mercy Know Love" a very catchy drum beat thumping bass crunchy guitar and soulful vocals to just groove to. "Lose You Again" blues based metal that just pierces the very soul. "Revolution Highway" emotional melodic guitar very powerful soulful vocals that just builds in intensity till the end with some amazing musicianship.

Daryl Banks / Infrared Magazine (December 2018)
 


First impressions are lasting ones and the self titled debut release from Revolution Highway is one that will definitely leave a lasting one! Comprised of David Fefolt (Fifth Angel/Masi) on vocals, guitar savant Stavros Papadopoulos (Super Vintage/Universal Hippies) on guitars and the solid rhythm section of bassist John Christopoulos and drummer Chris "Rock Machine" Lagios. Revolution Highway serve up a heavy dose of Blues infused rock that will get your adrenaline pumping in no time flat! This is a band that knows what us rock music fans want and they deliver the goods ten fold! From the six string rattlesnake rocker "Renegade" that opens the album to other smoking numbers like, "Young And Wild", "Streets Of Hollywood", "I Need Your Love" and "Lose You Again". Huge riffs, heavy bass, loud drums, killer vocals and just great songs. This is as good a recording as any that you will experience. The bottom end is fantastic throughout the mix, Stavros Papadopoulos' guitar work is stellar and shows why this guy is a six string samurai of the highest order. Last, but not least are David Fefolt's vocals. He simply reels you in with a swagger and attitude that doesn't let go. The bottom line here is Revolution Highway is a great band and warrants a listen by any rock music fan. You'll find yourself wanting to listen to this album over and over again.

Tony Sison / Dedicated Rocker Society (December 2018)
 


Revolution Highway are a mostly Greek outfit with an American singer. Not just any singer, it's Dave Fefolt who has previously treaded the boards for noted outfits: "Firewolfe", Fifth Angel and Masi. The other ace in the hole is guitarist Stavros Papadopoulos, who is no six-string slouch. He comes from the band Super Vintage along with drummer Chris Lagios. The band are firing off riffs in the vein of Badlands and Tesla, along with others playing in that bluesy style.

Leading off is the tough blues rocker 'Renegade'. They kick up dust from the outset, and this is a mighty introduction to this combo as we're gonna get. Stavros is flying riffs off the handle with 'Into The Darkness', the verses are anchored somewhat but it's chocks away on the chorus and solo sections. 'The Streets Of Hollywood' underpins a tough vibe and attitude, complete with a bottle of whiskey and a shoulder full of nasty tattoos. Somewhere along this Revolution Highway I just knew we'd run into a train on our journey. This one just happens to be a 'Rollin' Train'. So for all you southern rock fans, you should feel justifiably appeased. An album like this wouldn't be complete without a true southern rock/blues epic ballad. We get this with 'Sister Of The Devil', a bonafide slow burn bruiser at a touch of 6 minutes. I liked the sub-boogie of 'I Need Your Love' with a riff that has probably been emulated by thousands of rock bands over the decades. Can't knock something like this when it's so good. 'All The Way Down' is a meaty tough rocker, like gravy beef which needs to put through the slow cooker. 'Know Mercy, Know Love' on the other hand is the tale of a father taking vengeance for the loss of his daughter to a drug dealer. A too often recounted story in our real world which is mirrored in song. The last two songs 'Losing You Again' and the title-track 'Revolution Highway' are both traditional southern rockers that identify what this quartet are all about.

Revolution Highway are definitely flying under the review radar. I don't really count the 'great unwashed' of Amazon and YouTube. They have no clue. Please, if you want to check a hard chugging band that can smoke up a stage (and a studio), then head on down the Revolution Highway!

Glory Daze Music (December 2018)
 


‘Papadopoulos’ is Greek for ‘bad-ass guitar slinger.’ Okay, that’s not a literal derivation, but it clearly should be. I have been following Stravos Papadopoulos’s career for some time now, and what we have here is a full-fledged guitar hero, able to replicate the mood and technique of the masters, with taste, speed, and a guitar vocabulary that sets him apart from most other modern-day axe-slingers. ‘Revolution Highway,’ his latest offering, is guitar rock at its best. Teaming up with David Fefolt on spectacular lead vocals is a stroke of genius, the two masters play off each other in the mood of Page and Plant, and, come to think of it, there is quite a bit of Zep influence in their music as a whole. ‘Revolution Highway’ is a CD of originals, but these tunes are almost definitely going to take their place among the classics of yesteryear. They are that good. With the rhythm section of John Christopoulos on bass and Chris Lagios on drums, this is an album that is destined for greatness, and each tune is killer. A must have for any guitar enthusiast’s collection, especially in the rock-blues category.

Steven J. Rosen / Author + Journalist (December 2018)
 


They have been read and heard somewhere, again and again, the names Stavros Papadopoulos and David Fefolt . The former are known from - a bit oversubscribed - countless hard rock combos of the last twenty years. Everywhere he has left his more than solid guitar work as a figurehead, but the big hit has somehow never come out of it. It seems almost a bit like the many artists who are under contract at Frontiers and come in ever-changing combinations on the floor. Singer champion Fefolt we had here some years ago with one of his, also, several bands. At the time, colleague Gindra quite rightly described the Angels Of Babylon work.

Now there is both musicians in the new composition Revolution Highway (soon there is nothing left to combine with Revolution - Highway , Road , Blue , Saints , ... everything already occupied), with John Christopoulos on bass and Chris Lagios share on the drums. Their eponymous debut came on the market just before Christmas and brings us exactly what you would expect from the first two Muckern.

The opener, "Renegade", starts as if someone had looked over the fence at Led Zeppelin quite secretly, but the conspicuous equality stops after a few seconds. The rest of the song is a worthy introduction to a crunchy Hard Rock album of the highest caliber. Undoubtedly, Fefolt is a fine representative of his guild, who is well versed in the hard rock business and can convey the appropriate accents with his voice. Of course, our Greek string virtuoso continues to set new accents, through all songs. Be it the basic riffs or his solo pads, everything fits and drives the songs fast forward.

"Young And Wild" is a kind of bluesy subordinate rocker, which reminds subjectively a little bit of ZZ Top , as were the ZZ Top - so about 35 to 40 years ago. With "Into The Darkness" you have to unintentionally and inevitably think of the good old 'Whitesnake" in some passages. But care - there is nothing copied! The band grooves through the approximately fifty minutes and manages again and again to move the listener to special notice. "Rollin 'Train" is such a copy of song, where you inevitably get on the move and want to follow the pounding rhythm and "Sister Of The Devil" is repeated listening as a small pearl that you can constantly elicit new associations.

"I Need Your Love" and "All The Way Down" thunder in classic Classic Hard Rock style, the latter in the riffing a little tougher and reminiscent of something that could have been created even in the times of the old Sabbath - Doomig you would open probably new German. And the rest also fits in nicely, pleasing through perfect realization of what has made the lover of this genre to just such a. The crowning conclusion must, of course, be the title song in the last part of the dance, which appears in a much longer guise than its ten predecessors. With nearly seven and a half minutes of playing time, "Revolution Highway" also has plenty of room for Papadopoulos' one or two outings on its six-stringed one - without a doubt.

In conclusion, I'm actually tempted to say that this debut album already stands out from the multitude of releases from the second line of the Hard Rock genre. As so often nuances decide, but if you have them, then you have the. A fine album of a band that may produce more than just a fluke - hopefully it is!

Jochen von Arnim / RockTimes - Germany (January 2019)
 



 


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