Virginia metalcore crew RVNT have signed to Theoria Records. The Virginia Beach quintet join the Kentucky based label for the release of new single and music video “Sick,” out now.
The punishing and relentless “Sick” is RVNT’s first new music since the release of 2020’s “Defy,” with a pummeling recent Pop Goes Hardcore cover of Internet Money’s “Lemonade” keeping fans primed through lockdown.
Hailing from Virginia Beach, RVNT (pronounced “revenant”) came storming out of the blocks with the release of 2015’s debut EP Vulnerable, capturing the attention of metalcore fans across the East Coast.
The quintet’s penchant for punishing aggression, powerful hooks and grisly grooves earned them a dedicated following that has continued to evolve with the band as they showcase an ambitious amalgam of heavy influences, nodding to the likes of Like Moths To Flames and Fit For A King.
Releasing a stream of singles in the wake of Vulnerable, RVNT maintained a steady touring schedule, including East Coast runs with Palisades, A Scent Like Wolves & Convictions ahead of sophomore EP These Thoughts I Can’t Bear in 2019. The band have subsequently racked up over 2 millions streams on Spotify, with RVNT set to take to the stage at Blue Ridge Rock Festival this September.