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Rev Theory , formerly Revelation Theory , is an American rock band from North Andover, Massachusetts. Formed in 2002, and now based in New York, the group released their first album in 2004. Known for composing the entry theme of wrestler Randy Orton, Voices , as well as that of Wrestlemania XXIV, Light it Up and their greatest success, Hell Yeah , is the theme song of Blue Mountain State.

Revelation Theory members first meet in 1997 at North Andover College Merrimack. They all move to Long Island, New York, in 2002 hoping to make a career in music. The following year, Matty, a student at New York University and bassist, joined the group, completing the quartet. They record a demo and start spinning; in 2005, they were recorded during the American tour "Girls Gone Wild Rocks America

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