Light in the Dark, the sophomore album from Revolution Saints is out now! Revolution Saints features Deen Castoronovo (ex-Journey, Bad English) on vocals & drums, Doug Aldrich (The Dead Daisies, ex-Whitesnake, DIO) on guitar, and Jack Blades (Night Ranger, Damn Yankees) on bass! Buy or stream it here.

Highly recommended for fans of Journey, Night Ranger, Heart, Damn Yankees, and the like!

• Check out the music video from Revolution Saints for 'Light in the Dark':
• Here's the video for 'I Wouldn't Change a Thing':
• See more music videos from the band, including "Freedom" and "Take You Down" on the Frontiers YouTube channel.

Get your copy of the album here.

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Light in the Dark is available on CD, CD/DVD deluxe edition (includes live bonus tracks on the CD and on the DVD, footage from the band’s first-ever live performance captured at Frontiers Rock Festival in Milan this past April, a “Making Of” mini-documentary, and music videos for “Light in the Dark” and “I Wouldn’t Change a Thing”), vinyl, and a special limited-edition box xet (includes the deluxe edition CD/DVD, 180g vinyl, large T-shirt, poster, lithograph and sticker). Get your copy of the album here. (Please note that the vinyl and box set will be released on Oct. 27 in North America.)

For this album, Revolution Saints once again teamed up with producer/songwriter Alessandro Del Vecchio (Hardline, Jorn), who was also behind the boards for the band’s debut album. Most of Light in the Dark was recorded at Del Vecchio’s studios in Somma Lombardo, Italy, with additional recording taking place at Blades’ studio in Washington, Aldrich’s CasaDala studio in Los Angeles, and other countries all over the world while Aldrich was on tour with the Dead Daisies.

“This is a fun band!” exclaims bassist Jack Blades. “I think the fans are going to pick up on the excitement and the sheer musical enjoyment we are having. It was great going to Italy to get the album started and film the videos, and the music speaks for itself.”

“'Light in the Dark' is such a great song,” continues singer/drummer Deen Castronovo, speaking about the album's title track. “It was the first one we recorded. We ran through it a few times and nailed it in the first couple takes. We're so excited for everyone to hear this record. We're very happy with what we came up with and can't wait to bring it to everyone live.”

As guitarist Doug Aldrich proclaims, “I’m very excited about our second record! First, I want to say that it's because of huge support from the fans that RS2 happened. Thank you. If you liked No. 1, I think you'll love this one even more. It’s stronger, and a bit heavier in some spots. We tried a few new things and we can’t wait for our fans to hear it! There’s a very good chance we’ll finally get to play live and we’re currently exploring the possibilities of a tour. For now, get ready, because the album kicks ass and it's comin’ at you real soon!”

This time, with one album already under their belt, Revolution Saints entered the studio to record the new album more familiar with one another and with a clear understanding of where they wanted this to go. As with the first album, Castronovo’s superb vocal talents are in the spotlight on this release and deservedly so. Pretty impressive for a man who is most widely known for his incredible drumming talents.

Jack Blades really needs no introduction at this point, but for those who have been living under a rock, his bass and vocal talents are well documented over the years through his work with Night Ranger, Damn Yankees, Shaw/Blades, and more. And, of course, a major feature is the fiery and intense playing from former Whitesnake and Dio guitarist Doug Aldrich, whose blistering guitar fretwork is on full display here.

Light in the Dark builds off the classic melodic rock style of the debut, but fans should prepare for a somehow even more inspired set and a few (pleasant) surprises. Inspiring, uplifting, emotionally powerful, and thoughtful, this album will be the soundtrack to many a moment in your life.