The Reveling – Tributaries LP Out Today / Exclusive Album Stream

THE REVELING – Debut Full-Length Tributaries Out Today

LP / CD / Digital available from Black Numbers
Exclusive album stream from
Artist Insight feature @


Tributaries, the debut full-length from The Reveling (Brooklyn, NY), is officially out today from New Jersey punk label Black Numbers (Grey Area, Static Radio NJ, Go Rydell, PJ Bond).

Pressed on both CD and 12″ vinyl formats, the latter is limited to 500 on three colorways (100 x clear / 150 x green / 250 x blue) and features gatefold jackets and a free mp3 download card. Of course, record will also be available digitally from Bandcamp, iTunes and other online retailers. For more information, go here.

To celebrate today’s release, The Reveling and Black Numbers have teamed up with to offer an exclusive stream of the entire album. To listen to Tributaries in its entirety, go here.

As a compliment to the stream, the band has taken the time to dig deeper into all ten songs on the record, explaining the lyrics and ideas behind each and generally piecing Tributaries together track-by-track. Check out the Artist Insight feature at

And don’t forget – you can still download an exclusive mp3 for the song “Chasing My Tail” courtesy of RCRD LBL.

Recorded by Alex Newport (Frank Turner, At The Drive-In, Rival Schools, Samiam) at Big Blue Meenie and Futureshock Studios, and mastered by Jeff Lipton (Arcade Fire, Dead Milkmen, Piebald, Sebadoh), Tributaries features 10 tracks of propulsive, highly infectious working-class punk rock that is as catchy and immediate as it is textured and nuanced. Much like The Reveling’s well-received 2009 EP, 3D Radio, this new full-length is anchored by a punchy rhythm section and plenty of throw-your-fists-in-the-air anthems. Still, Tributaries finds the band in top songwriting form, tighter and more cohesive than ever, with an even greater emphasis on the soaring harmonies that made The Reveling so irresistible in the first place.

Taking cues from Gaslight Anthem and Lagwagon, w/ hints of Face to Face, The Reveling lays a solid foundation for what’s to come.Exclaim!
The Reveling take influence from 80’s hardcore punk, whilst dropping just the right dose of melody to soften the blow.Pure Grain Audio
Powerful working-class punk rock that is well-played without forgetting to be a little bit raw.Can You See The Sunset?
No-frills rock & roll with the urgency and sweat of punk, a combination you can’t really go wrong
This is genuine, straight-up punk rock without any gimmicks or pretension; it’s refreshing, and also catchy.Assault
The Reveling have delivered an enjoyable debut that shows some promise for the band’s
If you’re one for good all out rock with no gimmicks, you might want to give this a spin.Verbicide

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