Phil DuBois – Revocation – A Debt Owed to the Grave – Exclusive Drum Play-through. From Phil: ”I’ve been drumming for close to 20 years. I was a founding member of Revocation, and since leaving in 2015 I’ve started 3 new bands: Trillionaire, Cane Corso, and a yet to be named weirdo techy deathened blackish metal band, all of which will have debut records coming out in 2019.
In this video Phil uses the following gear:
Pearl Reference kit
10″, 12″, 14″, and 16″ toms
14″ x 6.5″ Brass Reference snare
Meinl Cymbals – from left to right
17″ Byzance crash
17″ Mb20 crash
14″ Mb10 hi-hats
10″ Sound caster custom splash
12″ Byzance splash
14″ Classics custom extreme metal hi-hats
18″ Mb20 crash
20″ Mb20 heavy bell ride
18″ Classics custom extreme metal china
Evans Clear Ec2 batter heads for toms with an HD dry snare batter
Vic-Firth Danny Carey signature sticks
Axis Longboard pedals
People can check out Cane Corse on IG @canecorsoband
We have a show in Richmond, VA at Champion Brewery on 2/16/19
Revocation is an American tech-death band from Boston, founded by guitarist and vocalist David Davidson, bassist and vocalist Anthony Buda and drummer Phil Dubois-Coyne in 2000. The band has released seven studio albums, two EPs and nine music video since its formation.
In 2000, guitarist/vocalist David Davidson, drummer Phil Dubois-Coyne and bassist Anthony Buda, met while attending a high school in Boston. Influenced by GnR and Metallica, the trio formed Cryptic Warning. As Cryptic Warning, the band recorded its first demo in 2002 and gained an underground following in Boston and the surrounding area. A second demo, Internally Reviled, was recorded in 2004. In 2005, Cryptic Warning recorded its debut studio album, Sanity’s Aberration, but was not content with the quality of the album’s production.
The band decided to change its name to Revocation in 2006. With a direction change, Revocation promptly recorded a three-song demo titled Summon the Spawn, and in 2008 they went back into the studio to record their first full-length album, Empire of the Obscene. The full-length was self-released, and the band financed its own tour, attracting the interest of several record labels. Revocation subsequently signed to Relapse Records.