Formed in 2002, Rev Theory is a hard rock band from North Andover, Massachusetts. Similar acts include Five Finger Death Punch, Rise Against, and Sevendust. Their music is characterized by heavy vocals and powerful guitar riffs.
Rich Luzzi, Julien Jorgenson, Dave Agoglia began as a trio from North Andover that moved to Long Island, New York, in hopes of creating a music career. Upon arrival, the group met bassist Matt McCloskey and formed the original ensemble. Soon afterwards, the group began playing local shows and writing music.
In 2005, they recorded their first EP and released it to fans. The demo landed the band a spot on the Girls Gone Wild tour, which gained them a record deal with Element Records. After signing their first contract the band went to record their first full-length album.
Truth is Currency dropped the same year earning Rev Theory their first spot on Billboard charts. Their single “Slowburn” reached No. 27 on mainstream rock charts and received ample radio play. After their album release, the group went on different tours featuring Hinder, Sevendust, and Evanescence. In 2006, they extended the tour to include shows in the UK.
One year later, the band toured with Hinder, Papa Roach, and Buckcherry. The band spent two years on the road and returned to the studio in 2007 to record their follow-up album. Before they began work, Rev Theory signed with major label Interscope Records. In 2008, they released “Light it Up,” and gained more mainstream success. Songs from the album including “Light it Up,” and “One Night Stand” Stand featured on World Wrestling Entertainment programs. Their musical appearances on television widen their fan base continuing their success. Rev Theory spent the next two years performing on the Jägermeister Music Tour and Crue Fest with Hinder, Motley Crue, Trapt, and Avenged Sevenfold. After playing on various other tours, in 2010, the band returned to the studio for the next album.
In 2011, Rev Theory dropped their third record, Justice. The album received modest success and again appeared on WWE Smackdown. Afterwards, the group went on tour with Saliva, Puddle of Mudd, and Hatebreed to promote their latest album. Rev Theory stayed on the road for the better part of the year, before returning to the studio. In 2012, the group released their EP, “Take Em’ Out,” which was supposed to be followed by an album. One year later, the group dropped the single, “Alpha King,” but no record transpired. Since, Rev Theory put together one more single “Red Light Queen.”
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