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Reverend Confirm Texas Live Show

REVEREND have confirmed a live show in San Antonio, Texas at Sneakers on February 9th with legendary hard rock icons STARZ and ANGEL. Reverend - complete with new singer Michael Lance (ex-ANCIENT CROSS) - have "dedicated themselves to honor the fallen metal master, David Wayne (ex-METAL CHURCH). Our purpose is to keep the quest for metal alive throughout the world! We will truly miss our friend and brother."

The band are still working on a new album called Resurrected or Crossing Over (pictured) which will include the last lyrics penned by David Wayne titled, 'With This Needle I Thee Wed'. Produced by Grammy award-wining producer Joe Trevino, Resurrected will feature these songs (in no particular order): 'In The End', 'Epitaph', 'Prelude', 'Darkened Horizon', 'Ships Of Illusion', 'Visions', 'With This Needle I Thee Wed', 'Universal Metal', 'River of Hate (Styx)', 'Unconscious Suicide'.

David Wayne died on May 10, 2005 due to complications from injuries he sustained in a head-on automobile accident several months earlier. He was 47 years old.

Source: BWBK

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1. Old skool thrash writes:

That can only be the reason.. to dedicate it to David Wayne. Reverend is David Wayne! R.i.P brother. your voice is incredible!

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2. Terminator writes:

these guys are still around? wow.

i second the notion of post one. wayne was awesome!

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