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Reverence Guitarist Breaks Hand, Band Postpones Work On New Album

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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