Genres:Electronic - Industrial, Specialty - Soundtrack Alternatives, Rock - Metal/Alternative Metal, Rock - Alternative Rock
RIVETHEAD is a hard rock band whose sound is laced with electronics, groovy beats and in-your-face vocals. RIVETHEAD’s music is filled with great hooks, endless twists and turns, heavy solid guitar riffs with blood pumping rhythms. After one listen to the music, you will still be singing along. After two, you’ll be addicted.
Thanks to solid songwriting skills and the band's distinctive sound, their songs never get stale and predictable. The band knows how to keep the music fun and they even cater to the ladies. RIVETHEAD has metalized several pop songs including Sexy Back by Justin Timberlake and ET by Katie Perry. They plan to explore releasing a dance or dubstep album this year. Influences you can hear in RIVETHEAD’s music are Static-X, Ministry, Nine Inch Nails, Disturbed, Korn and Rammstein.
Since the band’s inception, RIVETHEAD has been cranking out music independently and has recorded over seventy songs. The band has a verifiable income stream generated by album/song sales, ASCAP royalties, and music licensing. RIVETHEAD keeps recording albums because the fans demand and buy their music. They have sold music all over the world including Europe, Australia and Asia. This loyalty funds recording and other expenses, resulting in profits that are reinvested back into the band. RIVETHEAD has a built in fan base, making them the number one headlining rock band in Dallas. The outrageous staging at their live shows always give fans a show within a show.
The band receives national airplay on Sirius XM, the nationally syndicated Lex and Terry Morning Radio Network, internet radio stations, and more. RIVETHEAD’s music has been played by the Dallas Stars at the American Airlines center for several years and is played every time the Stars go on a power play. Their music has also been picked up by several TV shows, movies, and commercials. Chances are, you have heard the band without even realizing it.