|Truth Is Currency|
|Studio album by|
|Released||September 27, 2005|
|Genre||Alternative metal, hard rock, nu metal, post-grunge|
|Label||Idol Roc Entertainment|
|Revelation Theory chronology|
Truth Is Currency is the debut studio album by Rev Theory, who were at the time known as Revelation Theory, released in 2005. It was their first major label album. Julien Jørgensen, one of the bands founding members and guitarist started the Truth is Currency Letters 'Melancholy Missives' in June of 2019 to honour the legacy, the blogcast acts as a narrative to past Revelation Theory tunes as well as features nü music and art.
Rev Theory is an American rock band formed in 2002 in North Andover, Massachusetts. The band has released four studio albums: Truth Is Currency (2005), Light It Up (2008), Justice (2011) and The Revelation (2016), as well as three EPs: Revelation Theory EP (2004), Acoustic Live from the Gibson Lounge (2009) and Take 'Em Out (2012). The song "Hell Yeah" was the opening theme song for the popular Spike show Blue Mountain State and the song "We Own The Night" was the main theme song for the WWE Network reality series Breaking Ground. The song "Voices" is currently being used by World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE) wrestler Randy Orton.
All songs written by Julien Jørgensen, except for where noted.
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