Journey to Rattlesnake Venom Feat. Former TWELVE TRIBES Members MOUTH OF THE ARCHITECT Release Single “Dead Empire”

Rattlesnake Venom Trip has released their “Dead Empire” video. The song and debut album were recorded by Micah Carli of Hawthorne Heights and mixed by Adam Dutkiewicz of Killswitch Engage.

Kevin Schindel, vocalist and guitarist of RVT shares “Dead Empire is about growing old and seeing that life has passed you by. Putting all your time and effort into your work and realizing you have nothing to show for it in the end. video captures you looking at yourself with heavy judgment and wanting to change your outcome.If only you could warn yourself somehow.

Based in Dayton, Ohio, the band formed in September 2019. Rattlesnake Venom Trip is a rock/heavy metal band with plenty of variety, hailing classic bands like early Metallica, Black Sabbath, Alice in Chains, to more modern groups. like Queens of the Stone Age, Mastodon and Uncle Acid and the Deadbeats. RVT’s collective love for classic rock, heavy metal and psychedelic music helped create a compilation of songs with a wide range of musical dynamics. With each track, the band ventures into new territory, creating a unique landscape for listeners to explore.

Although Rattlesnake Venom Trip is a new band, its members are certainly no strangers to the road, the stage, or the recording studio. They each have a long history of playing in bands and releasing music over the years. With members from metalcore band Twelve Tribes, post-metal band Mouth of the Architect and stoner rock band Neon Warship, the band plans to continue where their previous projects left off and make their own mark in the time. “We can’t wait to see where this new music takes us,” RVT shares.

Dead Empire hits streaming services on October 19.

The rattlesnake venom journey is:
Kevin Schindel – vocals and guitar
Evan Davell – Guitar
Shane Shook – Drums
Matt Tackett – Bass

(Photo – Matt Leaves)

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