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ReverbNation Peer Reviews of Our Single 

"Taste Of Tomorrow"

The opening instrumentals are really exciting and intense and really set the tone and

energy of the rest of the song. I really enjoy the playing and it really fits what I would

expect from a song like this. This is probably my favorite part of the song and I really

think it is what makes the song work. The lyrics worked well and it makes sense

throughout. The writer clearly took a lot of time and energy to develop a message,

tone, sound, and chorus for the song so that it works. The vocal performance was

solid. The tone and pacing of the song also works and it is really high energy and fast-faced so it gets the heart pumping and the blood rushing which is great. Lastly, the production value worked out for me and it sounds like a lot of energy went into mixing and refining to make sure it was audibly clear

and had no quality issues. Overall, the vocals, lyrics, pacing, tone were all great and

the instrumentals were fantastic.

Score: 8 out of 10 Reviewer: 29 year old Male

I liked the instrumental part of this song. The guitar had a pretty good distortion. The

drumming had good strong energy.

Score: 8 out of 10 Reviewer: 34 year old Male

I liked the really energetic music - it felt intense and catchy at the same time. I liked

the lyrics and thought the chorus was strong. The audio sounded kind of grainy and I

thought the music could be a little louder to better compliment the volume of the


Score: 7 out of 10 Reviewer: 39 year old Female

The song has a decent start. It's not amazing, but it hooks me enough to keep

listening. The guitar riff is pretty good too. The vocals are pretty good too. I like it

enough to check out more from the artist.

Score: 8 out of 10 Reviewer: 35 year old Male

I really liked the instrumentals to this song, they could really work in an Action movie

especially during a chase scene. The vocals matched the instrumentals well.

Score: 9 out of 10 Reviewer: 35 year old Female

The instruments were good. You could move to it. I liked the harmonys. Lyrics were good

and original.

Score: 9 out of 10 Reviewer: 21 year old Female

Great opening. Very catchy guitar riff.

Score: 7 out of 10 Reviewer: 28 year old Female

I love the rocking guitars in this song. Great riffs, this tune really jams. Good vocals

and the guitar keeps jamming along. Awesome song, really good band.

Score: 9 out of 10 Reviewer: 58 year old Female

This is a great song. The instrumentals and the hooks to this song is amazing. The

singer is a great singer. There is nothing to dislike about this song.

Score: 10 out of 10 Reviewer: 29 year old Male

The guitar, bass, and drums had a good drive and energy.

Score: 8 out of 10 Reviewer: 37 year old Female

The song is really high in energy and I love how powerful the instrumentals are. The

song and the vocals both sound confident, bold, and aggressive.

Score: 9 out of 10 Reviewer: 28 year old Female

Good strong guitar to get this hard rock tune going. Love the fast pace of this song.

Score: 8 out of 10 Reviewer: 59 year old Female

The chords on the track are decent with a sort of boomer sound that they use here. I

dig the melody of the track though. Good combination here.

Score: 7 out of 10 Reviewer: 25 year old Male

This song has a great beat, rhythm and melody, I really enjoyed listening to this song

and tune, I would definitely listen to this song again.

Score: 7 out of 10 Reviewer: 30 year old Female

Very good straight up 80s rock right here big time. Love the nostalgia this one gives

me. Loved his vocals. Choruses were good.

Score: 7 out of 10 Reviewer: 41 year old Male

I like the strings on the track I like how punchy the song is. I also feel like this song

reminds me of the strings on beach.

Score: 9 out of 10 Reviewer: 22 year old Female

The melody seems to be influenced by the 80s grenre of music I think they would do

good in what their endeavors are and sell.

Score: 7 out of 10 Reviewer: 47 year old Male

I liked the nice rock pace and beat of the song. Thought the band was good. Lyrics

and vocals went well with the music.

Score: 7 out of 10 Reviewer: 46 year old Male

Media Reviews for our Debut CD

Metal Tracker

4.2 out of 5.0

Local Spins

Revelation Rain

“Vengeance Is Mine (Saith the Lord)”

What Stands Out: Recorded and released barely a month after the band’s formation, “Vengeance Is Mine” marks the grinding, aggressive debut by Rockford Christian metal outfit Revelation Rain. It’s a record steeped in hard rock culture and a nod to everything that made metal great in its heyday: grandiosity, heaviness and straightforward riffage.

Digging Deeper: On “Vengeance,” band members clearly sport an appreciation for the classics, wearing their love for Iron Maiden and Black Sabbath on their sleeve. But there’s plenty of modern influence as well, with the occasional growl keeping the record firmly grounded in the 21st century. Tracks like “Night Falls Fast” are good examples of how the band maintains this mood. Revelation Rain’s two guitarists, Rob and JT, also strike a nice balance between the rhythm and lead parts. Neither one overplays, and both sound comfortable with their role in the music rather than competing for musical space.

Perfect For: Fans of hard rock and metal, both old and new. – Devin Dely


Super Cool Radio


Excellent review from Matthew Thomas!

Be sure to check it out on Anchor.

Metal Temple

6 out of 10

“Vengeance Is Mine (Saith The Lord)” is the debut from Michigan four-piece Christian Rock band REVELATION RAIN. Formed in 2019 from the demise of a previous band, the project really quickly, even factoring in the our favorite friend, and global pandemic Corona Virus, but come together it did, and the record was recorded and even a few live dates were fitted in around the current situation we all find ourselves in.

For me the band have an earthy, raw, garage rock sound, a little Stoner, a bit Doomy at times. Unfortunately I found some songs a little to similar, and therefore my interest waned over the 10 tracks. Also I found the vocals a bit of an acquired taste. I notice all members were credited with both lead and backing vocals. I could not really tell if different singers sang different songs, or parts of songs, but the band as a whole were tight, and it was nice to hear Bass in the mix.

Of the songs I liked the most were the opening track “New kind Of Man”, a good solid start to the record, “Days Of The Week”, even with, or because of the slightly iffy chorus, it has an upbeat feel to it, and the title track, and closer “Vengeance Is Mine”, finishes the album on a high.

Of the songs I didn’t enjoy so much, the one that stands out is “Can’t Forgive What I can’t Forget”. I’m sorry but this one was a bit on the nose, both in the vocal department, but the Christian message was hammered home in a heavy handed, clumsy way in my opinion, and it needn’t be that way, as “Vengeance Is Mine” proves.

Other than that the rest is a bit meh for me. There are flashes, the lead guitars on “Tears On The Wall” are really good, but the sudden full stop of the song is jarring, and the creepy pacing of “Bloody Thumbs” is cool, and “I Want You” has an excellent bassline and musically is punky, but the vocals are particularly jarring to my ears.

There could be something there, and perhaps it was the desire and pace used to get this music out there and done, should have been tempered by taking a little more time to hone the sound further.

-Neil Cook