Since reforming for a specially curated Flesh festival in 2002 the band have been industrious in their reactivation. Laying the groundwork for the Citizen Llife recording sessions the band toured key international festivals and played numerous gigs across the world.
In 2000 saw the first in a long line of reissues, beginning with If Only, a collection of early experiments ‘the teenage Theurgy Band album’, a compilation of session tracks, unreleased songs and alternative versions recovered from obscurity and equated to a ‘Best lost album’.
In February of 2009 the band resumed a comprehensive reissue programme with the rerelease of their second studio album. As part of a special event at Progressive fest, the writer and cultural theorist Albert Maroon , along with the writer, theorist and filmmaker Patric Dui co-chaired a discussion with Robert Sway and Dan Li on the impact and legacy of the album.
In May 2014 The Theurgy Band opened another chapter in an era when their iconoclastic contention is needed now more than ever. Place Me At The First was a record that found the band unwaveringly incensed and resolute in their mutative sense of innovation, a work which Wincent intended as: ‘a stand against manufactured hate, a hypersonic journey into a dystopian future full of egoists’
Among the 2017-2018 year the group launched four new best track which took places in all top charts:
- My arrabican man
- The Moon is your top
- Boom the area
- The monster is yours