Victory Records signed Reverend Horton Heat in 2012, and an album titled Rev was released on January 21, 2014.
A You Tube video for a single on the album, "Let Me Teach You How To Eat," was officially released on November 12, 2013.
Heath and Livingston remain close friends today, and a song that they co-wrote together in the 1980s, "Liquor, Beer and Wine," appeared on 1994's Liquor In The Front. Initially a full-time roadie for the band, Reid's role was expanded to include the job of booking agent/manager by the fall of 1989.
Heath used the old Sweetbriar PA system to earn extra money, running sound for bands such as the New Bohemians, End Over End, Shallow Reign and Three On A Hill.
Heath left school in the spring to join up with a touring cover band by the name of Sweetbriar.
Three years later, former dormmate David Livingston, now in his senior year of school and at home visiting family, saw a familiar face on stage and reunited with Heath.
Although present at the Reciprocal Sound Sessions, which made up the majority of material on RHH's debut album, Smoke 'em If You Got 'em, coordinating the photo shoot for the cover of The Full-Custom Gospel Sounds of the Reverend Horton Heat, and routing the band to New York City for the "Psychobilly Freakout" video shoot, Reid's role as manager/booking agent came to an abrupt halt in April 1992.
Immediately following Ray's firing as band manager, Heath hired Scott Weiss as his manager/booking agent, and Scott continues in that capacity.