Reverence Posts "When Darkness Calls" 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.
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