Revivalist is a metal band from Abilene, TX, and today they’re giving you the gift of free music. Today they’re offering their entire EP, brother EP, for free to download through HM. The band released a single, “Weary,” in Feb. and has since signed with OnTheAttack Records. The band worked with Luke Garrigus at Blackroom Studios in June to put the album together. Josiah Lyle, vocalist from popular Texas hardcore band Mouth of the South, also guests on the album.

brother comes out today, and if you want a physical copy, you can grab one for $10 from Revivalist’s Bandcamp. You can download the EP as a whole with the link below, or stream it and download the tracks individually from SoundCloud.

Enjoy!

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