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Reverend Horton Heat release video for new track “Whole New Life”

Psychobilly veterans Reverend Horton Heat have premiered a video for new track “Whole New Life”, the title track from their upcoming album. It’s out on Victory Records on November 30th.

You can have a watch below.



Strung Out, Reverend Horton Heat & Fishbone announce tour

Strung Out, Reverend Horton Heat, and Fishbone will be touring together next month. Most of the shows are on the west coast, but there are a few stops in the Midwest as well.

Check out the tour dates below to see if they’re stopping near you.

Earlier this year, Strung Out announced plans to release a new acoustic EP titled Black Out the Sky. So far, nothing has come of that, but we’ll keep you posted as always.



Music Video: Reverend Horton Heat – “Hardscrabble Woman”

Psychobilly veteran Reverend Horton Heat have premiered a music video for their song “Hardscrabble Woman”, which is the title track from their upcoming 7″ single, which will be released on this year’s Record Store Day. You can watch the video below.

Reverend Horton Heat’s latest album Rev was released on January 21st, 2014 through Victory Records.



Reverend Horton Heat gearing up for 2016 US headlining tour

Psychobilly veteran Reverend Horton Heat will begin his 2016 US headlining tour tomorrow in St. Petersburg, FL as part of a lengthy run that will span over the course of 5 months. You can get a full list of dates and locations below as well as ticket/venue information here.

Reverend Horton Heat’s latest album Rev was released on January 21st, 2014 through Victory Records.



Reverend Horton Heat release music video for “Mad Mad Heart,” embark on US tour

Reverend Horton Heat have released a music video for their song “Mad Mad Heart.” You can check it out below, along with details on the US tour the band will be embarking on later this week.

“Mad Mad Heart” appears on Reverend Horton Heat’s latest album Rev, which was released on January 21st through Victory Records.



Album Review: Reverend Horton Heat – ‘Rev’

I’ve been reluctant to give 5 stars on an album review, even to some of my favorite bands and not because the album isn’t awesome it’s because there’s always room for more awesomeness. Today I find myself with no other option than to award 5 stars to Reverend Horton Heat for their latest album, Rev!

Believe me, I tried to pick it apart but all I could do was get sucked in. I also like to take time and actually listen to the album for a while before giving it the rating that it truly deserves.

It’s been just about 30 years that the Reverend Jim Heath has been delivering the self proclaimed “Country-Fed Punkabilly” gospel through his band Reverend Horton Heat. Rev is the band’s eleventh studio album and I found myself trying to separate my existing knowledge of the band and approach this as if it were the first time I ever heard them. It was tough but I think I managed to form an unbiased and uninfluenced review of the album; Rev truly stands on its own.

Track one: “Victory Lap” is an instrumental introduction that leads directly into what I think is my favorite song on the album “Smell of Gasoline”, of course that is subject to change on a daily basis. These two songs together like Siamese twins are not unlike the combination of “We Will Rock You/We Are the Champions”, you can’t have one without the other.

The first song released from Rev was accompanied with the sexiest video in music history “Let Me Teach You How to Eat”. This song is full of innuendo and metaphoric relations between food and wherever your imagination wanders. I can not stress enough that you should watch this video over and over again, preferably alone in a room with the curtains drawn. “Scenery Going By” also has a video which has various clips of the band on the road and is also worth a watch.

It all about where the music takes you and when you listen to this album you may find yourself driving a 1950’s hotrod, windows down and beautiful women everywhere. Give this album a listen and if you love it like I do, please support the Reverend and buy it, so they can make more!!!

5 /5 Stars – Check it out below.



Music Video: Reverend Horton Heat – “Scenery Going By”

Reverend Horton Heat have posted a new music video for their song “Scenery Going By” and you can check it out below.

The track appears on the band’s latest album “Rev,” which was released on January 21st through Victory Records. Head over here to stream the record in its entirety.



Reverend Horton Heat post ‘making of’ video for “My Hat”

Reverend Horton Heat have posted a ‘making of’ video for their song “My Hat” and you can check it out, along with details on the band’s upcoming US tour, below.

“Rev” was released on January 21st through Victory Records. Head over here to stream it out in its entirety.



Cover Art Battle (January 21st): Against Me!, Reverend Horton Heat, Burns Like Fire & more

In this week’s Cover Art Battle, we have brand new releases from Against Me!, Reverend Horton Heat, Burns Like Fire, Throwdown, and Seahaven.

Check out all of the artwork for these releases and cast your votes in the poll below!

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Reverend Horton Heat streaming upcoming album “Rev”

Reverend Horton Heat is currently streaming his upcoming album “Rev,” which is set to be released on January 21st through Victory Records. Head over here to check it out in its entirety.

Horton Heat last released Laughin’ and Cryin’ with Reverend Horton Heat n 2009 on Yep Roc Records.

 



Reverend Horton Heat discusses the meaning behind “Longest Gonest Man”

Fans of The Reverend Horton Heat‘s live shows might recognize the song “Longest Gonest Man,” and fans will finally have a chance to own a recording of the 30-year-old track.  The song will be featured on the psychobilly trio’s upcoming album, REV, which will be released on January 21st via Yep Roc Records.  

According to a recent interview, the “reverend” Jim Heath said that the demo of “Longest Gonest Man” was given to the Sex Pistols‘ Johnny Rotten by a dj in Dallas thirty years ago.  Apparently Johnny liked what he heard, and the band has kept the song in their live sets ever since. The rest of the album will be a return to the good ol’ psychobilly rock you’ve come to love from The Reverend Horton Heat.  It will be a welcome change for some fans, after the band released the country album Laughing and Crying with the Reverend Horton Heat in 2009.

You can listen to “Longest Gonest Man” below, and while you’re at it, check out the video for “Let Me Teach You How to Eat,” also off of the REV album.  The video features burlesque dancer Michelle L’Amour.



Reverend Horton Heat stream new song “Spooky Boots”; head out on US tour

Reverend Horton Heat has just released a new song entitled “Spooky Boots” from their upcoming album “Rev,” which is set to be released on January 21st through Victory Records.

You can listen to “Spooky Boots” and read about the song’s background here.

Reverend Horton Heat will be heading out on a lengthy tour this week, starting in Houston and traveling throughout the US. You can view a complete list of dates and locations below.



Reverend Horton Heat release “Let Me Teach You How To Eat” video

Reverend Horton Heat, revered psychobilly band, have released a video for their song “Let Me Teach You How To Eat” from their upcoming album, Rev. The album will be released on January 21st, by Victory Records.

You can watch the video here.



Reverend Horton Heat announced upcoming album, “Rev”

Psychobilly band, Reverend Horton Heat, have announced that their upcoming album, Rev, will be released on January 21st of 2014, on Victory Records. This will be the group’s 11th studio album.

The band’s last album Laughin’ and Cryin’ with Reverend Horton Heat was released in 2009 on Yep Roc Records.



Larry and His Flask announce US tour

Folk-punk superstars Larry and His Flask have announced a pretty passive US tour with Murder By Death and Reverend Horton Heat.

You can check out the dates here.

Larry and His Flask last release “By The Lamplight”  June 25th via Cascadian and Xtra Mile Recordings.