Deen Castronovo Announces Revolution Saints Decision To Replace Dough Aldrich And Jack Blades

Revolution Saints was the vision that came to fruition of Frontiers Music Srl president Serafino Perugino. He had hoped to create a supergroup where Deen Castronovo would be the lead vocalist, and having Jack Blades, and Doug Aldrich on board was a dream come true for what he wanted to achieve with the band.

The trio released three studio albums; however, they revealed they would be parting ways. In a recent Facebook post, Deen shared with the fans that Doug and Jack will no longer be part of Revolution Saints as they decided to part ways, and he has moved on with Joel Hoekstra and Jeff Pilson for the upcoming albums.

“Ladies and gentlemen, here is a big update on the future of Revolution Saints from vocalist/drummer Deen Castronovo!” said the vocalist to begin the video by greeting the fans to bring them up to date on the band’s future. “Joel Hoekstra & Jeff Pilson have joined, and a new album, album #4, is coming in 2023, and album #5 is already being worked on.”

He continued, “The new single will be released this year. Huge, heartfelt thanks to Doug Aldrich & Jack Blades for lending their immense talents to the first three albums!”

The vocalist and drummer wanted to share his appreciation for his former bandmates and their impact on the band, which was crucial for Revolution Saints to reach this point in its career.

Drummer and lead vocalist Deen Castronovo, the sole remaining original member of Revolution Saints, decided to work with Whitesnake’s Joel Hoekstra and Foreigner’s Jeff Pilson moving forward with the supergroup’s fourth album coming in 2023. The band is getting ready to release their first single with the new lineup, which will be out before the end of the year.