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A Minor Revolution / Press

"With its two recent albums “Consexual Sense” and “Worst Human Being on the Planet,” A Minor Revolution sets itself apart from the countless punk bands out there"

“Radio Interview w/ A Minor Revolution”

“Interview w/ A Minor Revolution”

“I love their quietly intelligent political commentary set to a not-at-all-quiet, thrashy punk song.”

“If you are into punk and haven't heard these guys yet, shame on you; if you aren't into punk, these guys will definitely push you over the life-fail you are living in...”

“A Minor Revolution has one motto: “Live free, do what you want, and don’t let laws get in the way,” answers AMR frontman Ryan Revolution. With this freedom, A Minor Revolution has released an album aptly named AMRica. This album has absolutely been released on their own terms. With their end result in mind, they gave the fuck enough to ensure a polished final listen by mastering AMRica out of house. Listen to my favorite track Foaming At The Palm on bandcamp. A Minor Revolution has proven they are ready for you to listen”

“a bunch of pop-punk cover song faggots!”

“A Minor Revolution (Dover, NH) put on an awesome show! I was extremely impressed with these guys and was subsequently very upset that I had never heard of them previous to this gig. Their energy was intense, the music itself very catchy and fulfilling with a great combination of So-Cal and Boston influences. I honestly can't take the 4-song ep they tossed at me out of the cd player. You will definitely be seeing an album review on this one. With influences like NOFX, Rancid and Sublime, you really get an all around array of awesome punk rock. I sincerely hope to get another gig set up with these guys again, let alone everyone else we got to play with for this show.”

“A Minor Revolution started the set with their NOFX/ Anti-Flag like sound. The group had a few songs where they started off with a reggae like sound that would later transform into punk again. They did a great job with their cov...ers and the joint vocals of Patrick McGillicuddy O'Toole, Ryan "Revvolution", Zack Sprague, and Aj Valcourt helped to give the band a large presence. The songs mirrored lyrics about politics, rights, beer, and slutty girls who "can't keep your hands off other guys." Overall the band had great presence and sounded as if they could care less if the crowd beat them up or became their new best friends.”