Our new music video is live. Watch “Happy Together” now!!!

Buy this song, the album it’s on, and all of our songs on CDbaby at

Music video was created by the students of KD Conservatory, College of Film and Dramatic Arts, as a part of their Motion Picture Program curriculum.

Director: Shavon Adams
Narrative Cinematographer: Emanuel JS Pool
Narrative 2nd Camera Operator and Performance Lighting Designer: Daniel Goodfriend
Editor and Grip: Sabastian Garza
Narrative Production Design: Bradley Glandzer
Assistant Director and Performance Set Decoration: Toya Cherrell
Set Decoration: Ian Guthrie and Rey Mancha Cast: Geeky Guy: Mark Woods Cool Girl: Jessica Johnston Geeky Girl: Nicole Cicueros
Cool Guy: Karras Ian

Eric Kirton
Johnathan Hill
Jayson Diaz
Tremon (Trey) Esta
Nikole Newberry
Jordan Mercado
Johnny Zero-Forever
Carolina Govea

Special Thanks: Team Wanamaker for the tie dye backgrounds, sign up for DIY classes at www.tiedyeyogis.com

New Music Video Debuts August 23, 2019

The brand new music video for our cover of “Happy Together” debuts on Friday, August 23, 2019. You can hear it reviewed first that morning on Lex and Terry www.lexandterry.com

Social media links will post soon!!

Please welcome Sam Grun and Mike Lambert to RIVETHEAD!

Sam Grun (bass, vocals) and Mike Lambert (drums) join RIVETHEAD

We are pleased to announce our new lineup. The guys have been working hard to get ready for our upcoming gigs at Ridglea Room with Blackstar Republic on Aug 10th and at Hawgfest in Carlsbad, NM on Aug 31.



New Album and Behind The Scenes Video Coming Very Soon!

Mixed, Mastered, and off for Duplication

Our new album has been sent off for duplication. Want a sneak peak? Listen to Reckless Rock Radio on KNON on Sunday, May 26 and listen to Lex and Terry on Friday, May 31. www.lexandterry.com

Don’t miss the CD release show at Trees on June 1st in Dallas! Get your copy there!

wjrr’s earthday birthday April 13th 2019 – Orlando, Florida

Rivethead, who also had another classic rock feel. Though while their set was short, they killed it on set. Their energy was through the roof especially Laura, their bassist.

REVIEW OF EARTHDAY BIRTHDAY 26 PRESENTED BY 101.1 WJRR Orlando’s Rock Station – locallivemag

Early in the day as the sun was high in the sky we began to make our way around the festival vendors and stages. To our surprise we noticed an almost seamless layout to the fairgrounds that allowed the crowd to flow about nicely. Kudos to the organizers for this major improvement.  After meeting and visiting with some of Orlando’s finest freaks and coolest vendors (I’ll tell you more about them later) we made our way over to see the first act of the day on the Bud Stage. A hard rock band called Rivethead from Houston Texas.

Having no previous knowledge of this band I had no idea what to expect. To my pleasant surprise this three piece threw down a heavy rock set reminiscent of 90’s kindred spirits like Static- X and White Zombie drawing the early crowd right up to the stage and proving   that everything is bigger in Texas.


WJRR Earthday Birthday 26 – JR Rock Shots

“The National Anthem kicked off the annual event at 11:30 and Thunderjack who is an AC/DC tribute band, opened the show. Next up was Rivethead, Blue Stones, Eve to Adam, Glorious Sons, Badflower, Rival Sons, and Atreyu. Motionless in White, who played their new unreleased song ‘Disguise’ for the first time requested fans keep their cellphones down so it didn’t end up on YouTube or social media and many fans simply enjoyed the music. Rotating stages kept the fans on the move and next up was P.O.D., Pop Evil and then Underoath with the announcement of their upcoming North American tour with Korn and Alice in Chains. The final acts as the sun set and the breeze cooled all the fans at Earthday Birthday 26 were Three Days Grace and Godsmack.”

WJRR’S Earth Day Birthday 26 – localmusiciansmedia

First up was Thunder Jack a spot on AC/DC tribute band , these guys had the energy and look of the band it self and had every one rocking from the first song.  Then it was off to the Amp stage for Rivet Head a 3 piece band that I had not heard of in the past but must have been a well known local as every one in the front knew the songs. Next up was Blue Stones from Canada , for just 2 guys these guys rocked and were quite enjoyable to watch.   Eve to Adam was next , I had just covered this band not that long ago in Tallahassee and was looking forward to seeing them again , front man Taki was drug on stage in a leather straight jacket. Onto Glorious Sons , this band took me back to covering the Wanee festival I really dug their vibe and stage presence. Time to grab some water and food and get ready for the next band , It was a hot one by this time of the day and a lot of people were feeling the effects of the heat.