Revolution Kill Pill is a force to be reckoned with. From the first notes of their self-titled debut, RKP take the listener on a hard rockin' journey - eliciting and exploring polarized feelings such as despair andhope, pessimism and optimism. Drummer Jake Newkirk and bassist Sean Westbrook create the skeleton of the songs with slamming beats and thunderous bottom end, over which a skin of Patrick Slade's surging guitars and vocalist wRECk's high powered vocals is stretched, before growing wingsand taking flight to hard rock nirvana with one of wRECk's signature melodic screams. When creating new material they choose to be guided by their instinct - working in conjunction and on a primitive level they go with whatever they feel at that moment and eventually end with a collective work that exemplifies the soul of the band. Vocalist wRECk says, "Our approach to writing is very organic. We start with a single element; a riff, a beat or a lyric, and build on it together from there." The live show is even better than the recording, as the songs are brought to a whole new level by power-driven performances. Coupled with a commanding and solid delivery, the pulsating groove inspires ass-shakin' and head bangin’ from the audience, no matter how diverse. This is not only music for the masses, it is thought-provoking for those that choose to delve a little deeper. While not reinventing the rock n' roll wheel - they're just perfecting it - RKP has created their own sound that's impossible to ignore.