REQUIEM Premieres Acoustic Video for “Sticks and Stones and Her Lovely Bones” via GUITAR WORLD’s Acoustic Nation

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REQUIEM is Now Sponsored by MESA/Boogie Amps!

New Album “The Unexplainable Truth” Out Now via Cleopatra Records (E1) 

REQUIEM recently filmed an acoustic version of their track “Sticks and Stones and Her Lovely Bones” at Indigital Studios in Santa Cruz, CA, and today, the video is being unleashed to the world via Guitar World’s Acoustic Nation! Check out the video here, or via the Indigital Studios YouTube,

Schecter-sponsored guitarist and vocalist Jacklyn Paulette states, “This song was definitely interesting to play on acoustic guitars, but I think playing it this way really brought out the guitar melodies that tend to get a little buried when everything is in full blast.”

“A large portion of this song was actually written on the acoustic guitar, and it was later dissected and translated to the electric form you hear on the album,” adds guitarist Ryan Heggum.


Today marks the beginning of REQUIEM’s new sponsorship with MESA/Boogie amps! Since 1969, MESA/Boogie has been an exclusive American Custom Shop dedicated to creating the ultimate instruments of personal, musical expression — both sonically and stylistically. To this day, no other amplifier company offers more ways to make your tone your own than MESA/Boogie.

Garey Noble of MESA/Boogie Artist Relations states, “MESA/Boogie welcomes REQUIEM to the Mesa Artist family – happy to have them on-board!”

Vocalist Steve Juliano adds, “It’s an absolute honor to be a part of the MESA/Boogie family. They pride themselves with amazing quality of product, and we stand tall behind their name! So excited to be working with them!”

REQUIEM’s brand new album, The Unexplainable Truth, is out now via Cleopatra Records (E1)! Make sure to order your copy now via! Featuring vocalist Steve Juliano (formerly of popular metalcore group I Am Ghost), The Unexplainable Truth combines dark melodies and soaring orchestras with vicious metal guitars and bass.

Make sure to pick up the December issue of REVOLVER Magazine (get your issue here), which features scintillating photos of Schecter-sponsored guitarist Jacklyn Paulette – December 2014’s Hottest Chick in Hard Rock! You can check out a behind-the-scenes photo shoot video here:

For more information on REQUIEM, please visit these websites:

Steven Juliano - Vocals
Jacklyn Paulette - Vocals/Guitar
Finn Stobbe - Bass
Ryan Heggum - Guitar/Screams
Rick Siegfried - Drums

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