Artist info

Genre

Rock


Sounds like

Pulled Apart By Horses, Shihad, Karnivool, Red Fang, Silverchair, Violent Soho, Royal Blood, Something For Kate


band members

Joel Ralph - vocals, guitar, Jess Ralph - vocals, bass, Michael Grabbe- Drums


Influences

Queens Of The Stoneage, Red Fang, Karnivool, Silverchair, Shihad


Website

www.headatlas.com

Bio

Known for their hard-hitting rock tracks, massive guitars and trademark harmonies, Brisbane grunge rock band RVLR have just unleashed “Paper Folding Man” the new single from their highly anticipated self-titled EP.
RVLR deliver an explosive live show that saw them open the main ampitheatre stage at Splendour in the Grass In 2010. Their impressive list of support slots including Karnivool, Shihad, Dead Letter Circus, The Living End, Spiderbait and more is a testament to the caliber of songs and massive sound the band produce.
A sound that has now been captured on the debut EP with help from Kiel Hames at Tall trees studios. As vocalist/guitarist Joel became obsessed with producing this record to really capture what the band is all about, he knew Caleb James at The Palace was the man for vocal tracking and the final mix. Still sweaty from their EPIC festival show at Eatons Hill Hotel with fellow Brisbane rockers Dead Letter Circus, RVLR have picked prime time to release their debut. The first single from the forthcoming self titled EP ‘Paper Folding Man’ is slated for release through the A & R Department on December 5th 2014.
RVLR played at The Brightside on Saturday November 1
st giving their hometown crowd a taste of the new record.
2015 is set to be a big year for the band.
Contact:
Head Atlas hello@headatlas.com
RVLR rvlr@live.com
Joel Ralph

Review

Review by paulymofo paulymofo

29 Jan 2015

50

Killer tune!

Killer tune!

Review

Leah Phillips

23 Apr 2014

40

oh man, I'm a fan now

oh man, I'm a fan now

Review

whatarisees

26 Apr 2014

50

Grungy, New wave track with massive guitars & a killer bridge from 3mins that gets stuck in my head all day

Grungy, New wave track with massive guitars & a killer bridge from 3mins that gets stuck in my head all day