REVERENCE Putting Finishing Touches On Debut Album

REVERENCE, the new power metal band featuring vocalist Todd Michael Hall (JACK STARR'S BURNING STARR, HARLET), guitarist Bryan Holland (TOKYO BLADE, ARREST), drummer Steve "Dr. Killdrums" Wacholz (SAVATAGE, CRIMSON GLORY), bassist Frank Saparti (TOKYO BLADE, OVERLOADED, MINDCANDY), and lead guitarist Pete Rossi, will enter Metro 37 studio in Detroit in mid-November to finish recording its debut full-length album for an early 2012 release via Razar Ice Records (with distribution throughout North and South America, Europe and Asia). The CD will be mixed and mastered at Sight 16 studios in Albuquerque, New Mexico, with Sid Garcia at the helm. Working songtitles set to appear on the album include "Too Late", "Vengeance Is Mine", "Gatekeeper", "Revolution Rising", "Monster", "Lost Generation" and "Phantom Road".


Todd Michael Hall - Vocals
Bryan Holland - Guitar
Frank Saparti - Bass
Pete Rossi - Guitar
Steve Wacholz - Drums

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