REVELATION: Early Material To Be Re-Released

Classic early '90s doom band REVELATION will re-release its much-sought-after 1993 album, "Never Comes Silence", on May 15 via Leaf Hound Records. The label will also reissue a collection of the band's earlier works. "Unreleased Album" and "Salvation's Answer", which was originally released on Rise Above Records, will be made available in June. "Unreleased Album" will be issued on limited vinyl with rare photos with liner notes, while "Salvation's Answer" will feature bonus material, including exclusive live performances.

REVELATION was one of the classic bands on the Hellhound label, due to both their old-school doom style and their origin, being part of a healthy D.C. doom scene that also included INTERNAL VOID, UNORTHODOX, and several others.

REVELATION will appear at the Baltimore Doom or Be Doomed Festival, which is scheduled to take place on April 14-15.

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