All Saints Revolution

All Saints Revolution is a Denver based, original, hard rock band, created in August of 2012.

Front man, Jay Deluxe, as a songwriter, vocalist and/or guitarist, has always been the hub of creativity to his former, Boston based bands, such as The Splatter Punx, Suicide Party, The Whores of Babylon, Dead Idols (Hollywood),White Trash Deluxe, and the Glamourous Stuntcocks. None of which compromised the “sex, drugs, and rock ’n’ roll”, and “punk rock” lifestyle, nor sound. The only exception would be, American Degenerate, fronted by Jesse Hunter (son of Ian Hunter), in which Deluxe played lead guitar, and was in charge of song arrangement. None the less, they were all attention getters, and crowd pleasers. Although leaving club owners frustrated by their path of destruction, Deluxe’s bands were always welcome back. Jay Deluxe has shared many stages with such artists as, Ace Frehley, Godsmack, Faster Pussycat, Pretty Boy Floyd, and The Queers, to name a few.

Jay Deluxe, decided it was time to start writing the album he always wanted, his way, his sound, no compromise to close minded musicians. It was all fun, it was all real, and it was all played from the heart, but there was much more talent that needed to be exposed. It’s time to take it all the way. Deluxe has always listened to many varieties of music, and has been able to express that through his latest writings. Although the stage is his ultimate passion, Jay Deluxe resorted to writing and recording in the sleeper of his semi-truck, he called home. Everything currently heard from All Saints Revolution, is written, produced, and although not much of an engineer, recorded by, Jay Deluxe.

In August of 2012, Jay Deluxe had met up with guitarist, Vince Medina. Vince has been playing guitar for over 20 years and was just starting to seek out his first band. With his rock/metal influences, and openness to style of playing, Vince was ready to start the forming of All Saints Revolution.

Over the years, Vince had been teaching old time friend, Joel Prisinzano, some guitar. When A.S.R. started to form, Vince had asked Joel if he would play bass for the project. Joel agreed and All Saints Revolution was almost complete.

To spare the agony of the details, A.S.R has been on a roller coaster ride of drummers over the last year and a half but is now proud to be backed up by, Mark Kosta.

Mark Kosta is from Sidney, Nebraska and cruised the streets of Longmont as a teenager. Mark has played drums for many bands such as the Boulder-based bands Redline, and Buried to the Knees. He took time away from music to attend C.U. and his major is sociology. He returned to the Denver music scene and performed and recorded with The New Ben Franklin’s, Carmilita’s Lovers, Surplus Cheaper Hands, Razar Eight, and currently performs with The FOG. Mark is a student of the drums he studies theory with the help of teacher Nate Weaver of the Crash Endings.

With Vince Medina on guitar, Mark Kosta on drums, Joel Prisinzano on bass,and Jay Deluxe on vocals and guitar,
the quartet is ready to hit the scene with a loud, hard vengeance, with plans to take it all the way.
With an array of influences ranging from Jimmy Hendrix, Dead Boys, Testament, Mötley Crüe, 311, Killswitch Engage,
Social Distortion, to name a few, All Saints Revolution is sure to shake the souls
of most rockers and then some. Say your prayers and ask forgiveness in advance, ’cause All Saints Revolution is
ready to hit the stage with fire and brimstone, and take you through their hell and back, with a rock-n-roll show sure to never forget.

 

Hope to see you soon, and God bless.
All Saints Revolution

 

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