The Revolution Smile has emerged onto the Rock & Roll landscape with a vengeance. Hailing from Sacramento, California, The Revolution Smile has been gaining momentum since its inception in 2000. With its captivating blend of aggressive songwriting and unforgettable vocal melodies, the band has been able to play with a number of artists including, Cave In, Sensefield, Will Haven and Puddle of Mudd. \"At War with Plastic\", the band\'s debut album, has received critical acclaim throughout the music community. Chris Macias, pop columnist of the Sacramento Bee, nominated the album as one of the year 2000\'s best local efforts. The CMJ New Music Report Issue: 696 - Dec 25, 2000, features a review by Amy Sciarretto, who writes, \"you\'d swear Lopez downed a bottle of Jolt before sitting down to write the music. \"The New Diet,\" \"Orange\" and \"Plasticman\" aren\'t metal, but they surely rock.\" -CMJ While the album is a convincing testament to the band\'s songwriting capabilities, their aggressive live performances have been flooring audiences around the nation. Fronted by ex-Far guitarist, Shaun Lopez on vocals and guitar, the band is rounded out by Tim McCord on guitar, Jeremy White on Drums, and Octavio Gallardo on bass. The band signed on with the Flawless/Interscope label in March of 2002 and will be recording their major label debut in July/August 2002. The Revolution has begun. You have been warned.