No Revolution
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No Revolution

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No Revolution has one demo "Demo '08". It can be found at



When strong musicians from all over the US come together with a commong interest, something special will happen. "I love the bands in the Raleigh and Richmond VA area," Says Johnny "but they are all sounding the same right now." They set out to do something with mid-tempos,but throw in a few fast heavy ones. "I wanted something that the crowd could be a part of." Says Johnny. Dave said that " is hard to connect and sing with a band that is playing thrash and high tempo hardcore punk. We want the fans to sing with us and be a part of the show!" The band has caught on quickly and is winning new people over everyday, and every show. They have politics, but they are not as outspoken as some bands, and don't preach.
Have they done something completely new and unique? According to them, “No”. Johnny O states “we take what we love listening to and make it ours with our influence and style.” “They are a great band to support you; they win the crowd and get them ready for you.” States Mike Palm of Agent Orange.
Take the simple rock riff ala AC/DC, two parts anger and aggressiveness of The hope Conspiracy, and one part sing along catchiness of the Dropkick Murphy’s and you start to understand the sound of No Revolution.
Upon Starting there was a fast growing fan base due to past success of some of the member’s former bands. Johnny O was coming off tours with Lower Class Brats (bass fill in), Total Chaos (Guitar fill in), and he was a founding member of Cheap Sex. “The exposure that I got from those bands was huge. The fans are very dedicated to those bands and were quick to support this band.” Sean Shotdown had success on the East coast with his bands Destroyed Tradition and the Shotdown's, which toured the East coast extensively.
They wrote eight songs in two weeks, and realized that something good was happening. They recorded six songs in the living room of Sean’s house. “Johnny set it all up and was the engineer, and we just played like it was a show,” says Dave “We are very energetic and I think we captured some of that to tape.” Within hours of posting songs on myspace there were hundreds of downloads. “I couldn’t believe the speed of the response,” said Jason “It was like as soon as they got up people were listing.”