| Waylon Reavis|
| Waylon, Dick Felthersnatch|
September 19, 1978 (age 37) (1978-09-19)
Eclipse, Universal, Megaforce
Alternative metal, Industrial metal
Jeffrey Hatrix, Jason Popson, Tom Schmitz, Rick Thomas, Tommy Church
Waylon Randolph Reavis
Mushroomhead (Since 2004)
Waylon Reavis Wikipedia
Waylon Reavis (born September 19, 1978 in Wilkes County, North Carolina) is a former vocalist for American nu metal band Mushroomhead. He has also performed vocals for the Cleveland-based band Tenafly Viper and the alternative rock band 3 Quarters Dead. Waylon starred in the 2011 movie 13th Sign. He was a featured vocalist on the song "Open Wide" by Black Flood Diesel, the song "Personal Demons in the Void" by Underlined, and "Letting Go" by Amerakin Overdose. In September 2016, Reavis announced his new project A Killer's Confession had signed to Megadeth bassist David Ellefson's EMP Label Group, and that their debut album UNBROKEN would be released in 2017.
Blueprint of a Strange Mind - 2003
Reavis joined Mushroomhead in 2004, taking over vocalist duties from Jason "J-Mann" Popson. Reavis remained in the band even after J-Mann announced his return in 2013. He is identified by his facepaint and masks, all consisting of a cross on his forehead. Reavis announced on his Facebook fan page on October 5, 2015 that he was leaving Mushroomhead.Savior Sorrow - 2006
Beautiful Stories for Ugly Children - 2010
The Righteous & the Butterfly - 2014
The Queen, the Night and the Liars - 2012
In September 2016, Waylon announced on Facebook, then via press release, that his new project A Killer's Confession had signed a deal with EMP LABEL GROUP who would release their debut album UNBROKEN in Spring 2017. The album was partially recorded and mixed at Kentucky's Third Sky Studio with Reavis, and Co-Producers Thom Hazaert and Richard Easterling. On Halloween 2016 AKC released their debut single "A Killer's Confession", featuring a guest performance by Korn guitarist Brian "Head" Welch. The band, including guitarists Matt Trumpy and Paul E, and drummer Jon Dale, played their first shows in December 2016, with Dead By Wednesday, culminating in a hometown show at the Cleveland Agora on December 17.