News
The No. 1 Source For Breaking Music and Film Headlines

Rev Theory will drop some Justice in 2011

on November 14, 2010, 2:30pm

It’s been more than two years since Rev Theory‘s breakthrough album, Light It Up, was released. Since then, they’ve toured with Avenged Sevenfold and Breaking Benjamin as well as had a song available for download in Guitar Hero: World Tour. Now the hard rockers are set to return with their third record, Justice, on February 15th through Interscope/Geffen/A&M.

Produced by Terry Date, Justice was recorded at Henson Studios, CA, and if the self-titled first single is any indictation (stream here), then expect a Rage Against the Machine quality, combining angry vocals with the grinding guitars that the band is known for. As far as the title goes, Justice is way more than just a name. For the band, it’s a concept encompassing a philosophy of rebellion.

“Every one walking this Earth has encountered an injustice in their lives.  Whether it be professionally, philosophically, religiously, spiritually, politically, or even in a relationship they hold dear, this song is a statement towards standing up for one’s self and taking what is yours,” said guitarist Julien Jorgensen. “It is a time in society where adversity must be challenged with strength, and as a band we have rallied around the belief that our time has come and we are going to grab it.”

Justice’s tracklist and artwork are still forthcoming, so stay tuned.

No comments