"Bleed For Me", the new video from REVERENCE, the 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 Ned Meloni and lead guitarist Pete Rossi, can be seen below. The song comes off the group's debut album, "When Darkness Calls", which was released on May 31 via Razar Ice Records, the band's official web site, iTunes, Amazon and various other music providers. The CD cover artwork was designed by renowned artist Jobert Mello of Sledgehamer Graphix (PRIMAL FEAR, SABATON, HYSTERIA) and can be seen below.
"When Darkness Calls" track listing:
01. When Darkness Calls 02. Bleed For Me 03. Phantom Road 04. Devil In Disguise 05. Too Late 06. Gatekeeper 07. The Price You Pay 08. Monster 09. Revolution Rising 10. After The Leaves Have Fallen 11. Vengeance Is Mine 12. Lost Generation (bonus track)
"When Darkness Calls" features a guest appearance by SANXTION drummer Tony Rossi.
REVERENCE will embark on a European tour in November. Exact cities and dates will be announced shortly.
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