The Bucketlist With Dylan And Steve Of I Prevail! [Video]

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I PREVAIL has been taking over stages all across the country since their cover of Taylor Swift’s “Blank Space” went viral. That certainly isn’t the only thing the band has up their sleep either. Prior to the release of ‘Lifelines on October 21st, 2016 via Fearless Records the band released 3 incredible singles. “Scars”, “Stuck In Your Head” and the incredibly heavy track “Come And Get It”. Prior to that album releasing the band also got the news that their cover of “Blank Space” went gold. The band really has been able to showcase the power of the single, and have more original music as well to back it up. Since the release of the album the band has been on tour with Islander, Wage War, and also had a headlining tour supported by Starset, Vamps, and As Lions. After closing out the festival season last year at Louisville, Kentucky’s Louder Than Life Festival we was able to catch them early on the festival circuit this year at Carolina Rebellion. Again they shared the stage with numerous legendary acts like In Flames, Sum 41, Def Leppard, Rivals Sons and Dillinger Escape Plan. It’s easy to see that I Prevail get the opportunity to enjoy a wide array of bands while they are on tour across the globe.

In this week’s episode of The Bucketlist we caught up with Steve Menoian and Dylan Bowman during their stop at Carolina Rebellion. They took the time to set down with us and talk a little about what is going on with the band and also go into detail about some of the bands they haven’t had a chance to see that has been on their must see list. Their answers may or may not surprise you, but they had good reasoning for their choices and we certainly hope they get to see those bands in the future so that they can cross them off their bucketlist. Their choices may or may not surprise you. Without further ado here is the bucket list with Dylan and Steve of I Prevail!

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