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Reverence

From: Detroit, MI, United States
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Below is our complete Reverence news coverage, including columns and articles pertaining to the band. Some articles listed may be indirectly related, such as side projects of the band members, etc.

Todd Michael Hall Comments On Staying In Reverence

It was recently announced that Reverence vocalist Todd Michael Hall had joined Riot. Todd has now checked in with the following statement clarifying his position in the bands:

"Hey Rev heads. Some of you may have heard that I (Todd) was selected as the new singer for Riot.

"I am psyched about this new opportunity, but apparently some people are mistakenly thinking I have left Reverence and that is not the case. I have already written five songs for our new album and look forward to continuing the band Bryan and I started." More...

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Reverence Guitarist Breaks Hand

Bryan Holland of U.S. act Reverence has checked in with the following announcement about suffering a hand injury:

"Hello friends and Reverence fans... I was wanting to keep this as quiet as possible as I'm not looking for any sympathy or pity party but the recent event has slipped out there and I have been getting a lot of questions so I felt I would just update everyone that cares on the current situation.

"As you can see on these photos, I managed to break a bone in my left hand during a recent accident a couple of weeks ago. The X-ray photos show the break clearly, the bottom two photos show the exterior trauma with an odd purple circle on my palm and yellowing on the back of my hand. I also managed to tear up my knuckles as well as twisting my left ankle pretty badly.

"I have managed to come pretty far since the initial incident but it will take several more weeks to be back to 100%. Pete Rossi and I had gotten together before the accident to begin working on initial ideas for the next Reverence album and follow-up to 'When Darkness Calls' which I can report are pretty wicked and very heavy (see youtube video of a teaser riff on our YT channel.) if I do say so myself... but this incident has put the breaks on our planned writing sessions until at least mid-late March but a full recovery is expected and I should be all back to writing with Todd and Pete by then and ready for our planned Euro and East Coast tours this fall.

"Thank you all for your kinds words of encouragement and well wishes."

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Reverence Posts New Music Video

U.S. power metal act Reverence (featuring members From Savatage, Tokyo Blade, Burning Starr and Crimson Glory) has posted a new music video for the track "After the Leaves Have Fallen." The song is taken from the band's debut CD "When Darkness Calls." The band's previous video for the track "Bleed For Me" can also be viewed over at this location.

Check out "After the Leaves Have Fallen" here:

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The Rockstar Ramblings: Video Diary

This week a look at video’s by Reverence, Nasty Habit, Johnny Roadkill, Europe, Diehard Dolls, and a special bonus from Steel Panther. Let’s get started! More...

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Reverence Releases "Bleed For Me" Video

U.S. power metal act Reverence (featuring members From Savatage, Tokyo Blade, Burning Starr and Crimson Glory) has released a new video clip for the song "Bleed For Me," which can be viewed below. "Bleed For Me" is taken from the band's debut CD "When Darkness Calls." The track listing is:

1. When Darkness Calls
2. Bleed For Me
3. Phantom Road
4. Devil In Disguise
5. Too Late
6. Gatekeeper
7. The Price You Pay
8. Monster
9. Revolution Rising
10. After The Leaves Have Fallen
11. Vengeance Is Mine More...

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Reverence Streaming Songs From New Album

U.S. power metal act Reverence (featuring members From Savatage, Tokyo Blade, Burning Starr and Crimson Glory) has posted three songs online from the band's debut CD "When Darkness Calls," which is out now. Check out the songs "Vengeance is Mine," "Too Late," and "When Darkness Calls" in the player available below.

The album's track listing is as follows:

1. When Darkness Calls
2. Bleed For Me
3. Phantom Road
4. Devil In Disguise
5. Too Late
6. Gatekeeper
7. The Price You Pay
8. Monster
9. Revolution Rising
10. After The Leaves Have Fallen
11. Vengeance Is Mine More...

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Reverence Streaming New Album's Title Track

U.S. power metal act Reverence has posted the title track online from the band's new album "When Darkness Calls," which can be heard in the player below. You can also check out the previously posted video clip for "Too Late" at this location. Reverence features members from Tokyo Blade, Savatage, Crimson Glory, and Burning Starr.

The album's track listing is as follows:

1. When Darkness Calls
2. Bleed For Me
3. Phantom Road
4. Devil In Disguise
5. Too Late
6. Gatekeeper
7. The Price You Pay
8. Monster
9. Revolution Rising
10. After The Leaves Have Fallen
11. Vengeance Is Mine More...

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Reverence (USA) Posts New Music Video

Detroit based power metal act Reverence (featuring Burning Star/Harlot vocalist Todd Michael Hall, Ex-Tokyo Blade guitarist Bryan Holland, Ex-Savatage drummer Steve "Doc Killdrums" Wacholz, guitarist Pete Ross and Burning Star bassist Ned Meloni) posted a new music video for the song "Too Late." The track will appear on the band's debut LP "When Darkness Calls," which is due out soon on Razar Ice Records.

Check out "Too Late" here:

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Reverence (U.S.) Reveals New Album Artwork

Reverence is currently working on the mixing and mastering the band's debut CD "When Darkness Calls," which is to be released late April/May through Razar Ice Records. Reverence is a U.S. power metal act featuring former Savatage, Tokyo Blade and Jack Starr's Burning Starr members, Steve "Doc Killdrums" Wacholz (drums), Bryan Holland (guitar), Frank Kruckel (Bass), Todd Michael Hall (vocals), and Pete Rossi (guitar).

The bands debut album cover artwork was designed by artist Jobert Mello of Sledgehamer Graphix ( Primal Fear, Sabaton, Hysteria) and can be viewed below. A previously posted studio webisode is also still available here.

A European tour is currently in the works for November of 2012, with dates to be announced shortly. The band has also released a new iPhone/Android app, which can be found at this location. More...

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Reverence Posts Studio Webisode

The first of a series of webisodes from power metal band Reverence (including members of Savatage, ex-Tokyo Blade, Burning Starr) has been posted online and can be viewed below. The clip features behind the scenes footage of the making of the band's debut album "When Darkness Calls," due out in April/May.

"When Darkness Calls" was recorded at Metro 37 Studios just north of Detroit, Michigan and engineered by Kevin Sharpe and Ryan Arini. Sid Garcia of Sight 16 Studios in Albuquerque, NM, is handling the final production, mixing and mastering, and he has previously worked with Tokyo Blade, Seventh Sign, Ultimatum and TwoThirtySeven. More...

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Reverence Issues Update On New Album

Detroit's Reverence has checked in with the following update about releasing a new album later this year:

"A huge thanks to everyone who has 'Supported,' 'Friended,' 'Liked,' 'Added,' or 'Followed' REVERENCE in 2011!! We're gonna have a helluva 2012 in store with a new album due shortly and tour to follow!! Happy new year!!! 2012!!!"

Reverence has also posted a pre-production rehearsal video clip online for the new song "Too Late," which can be viewed at this location.

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Reverence Issues Studio Update

Detroit's Reverence has issued the following update about recording new material for an upcoming album:

"We recorded all Doc's drums, Frank's bass tracks, Bryan's guitar rhythm tracks, all Pete's lead and rhythm guitar tracks. So all that is left is, Bryan's leads and Todd's vocals which all should be done by the holidays."

The band has also posted a studio video clip online, which can be found buy heading over to the Reverence Facebook profile here.

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Reverence To Enter The Studio

Reverence, which features members of Tokyo Blade, Sa­vatage, and Crim­son Glo­ry, has checked in with the following announcement about gearing up to enter the studio in October:

"Great news! We have finally completed the re-writing sessions which took some extra time but will be well worth the wait, with their debut albums being so highly anticipated, the band swore that we couldn't short change the fans or themselves, it has to be GREAT!

"We very happy to announce Reverence is now ready to hit the studio the first week of October. We will have pictures and video updates during recording session."

For further details on Reverence and updates on the recording process, head over to the band's official website here.

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Reverence Posts New Song "Bleed For Me"

Power metal act Reverence, which features former members of Tokyo Blade, Sa­vatage, and Crim­son Glo­ry, recently entered Sight 16 Studios in Albuquerque, New Mexico in April with producer Sid Garcia to record a debut album. A new song from the recording sessions, titled "Bleed For Me," can be heard in the player below.

The album is tentatively scheduled for a Fall 2011 release through Razar Ice Records. Working song titles set to appear on the CD include "Too Late," "Vengeance Is Mine," "Gatekeeper," "Revolution Rising," "Monster," "Lost Generation," "Bleed for Me," "Devil in Disguise," " Twist of Fate," and "Phantom Road."

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