Rockabilly/punk trio Reverend Horton Heat has signed with Yep Roc Records, with the group's label debut, "Revival," due June 29.

Rockabilly/punk trio Reverend Horton Heat has signed with Yep Roc Records, with the group's label debut, "Revival," due June 29.

The band, led by singer/guitarist Reverend Horton Heat (real name: Jim Heath) and also featuring bassist Jimbo Wallace and drummer Scott Churilla, has previously recorded for Sub Pop, Interscope, Time Bomb and Artemis Records. Its most recent effort, "Lucky 7" was released in 2002 on Artemis.

The first pressing of the 15-track "Revival" will include a bonus DVD with three live tracks and an interview/walking tour with Heath through the Deep Ellum neighborhood of Dallas, where the artist grew up.

"Revival" was produced by Heath along with engineer Dave Allen, and mixed by Ed Stasium.

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