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After the Leaves Have Fallen

by Reverence

'After The Leaves Have Fallen' is the second single and third video taken from the album 'When Darkness Calls' by the power metal band Reverence. This song is about the regret of unfulfilled promises to our children.
Genre: Metal/Punk: 80's Metal
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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'After The Leaves Have Fallen' is the second single and third video taken from the album 'When Darkness Calls' by the power metal band Reverence.

In early 2010 the metal world witnessed the birth of Reverence, co-founding by (guitarist/songwriter) Bryan Holland and (vocalist/songwriter) Todd Michael Hall, these two musicians hatched a plan to form a new power metal band. Bryan and Todd had a instant brotherhood and the songs started flowing.

Bryan, best known as guitarist for NWOBHM legends Tokyo Blade & Arrest he has also toured throughout the UK, Europe and Scandinavia multiple times with Tokyo Blade, his last recording with them was on their Live In Germany CD and DVD has played multiple metal festivals (Leyendas del Rock and Keep It True Festivals) among others. With differences of opinion Bryan left Tokyo Blade in late 2009. Bryan states "I knew exactly what I wanted to do and the TB guys and I were not on the same page. I wanted an album with soaring vocalist, unstoppable riffs, screaming leads and crushing rhythms...and I went and got just that in Reverence!"

Todd Michael Hall gained notoriety with his 4 octave range and is best known as the vocalist for Jack Starr's Burning Starr, Todd has recorded several studio albums (Defiance and Land of the Dead) to name a few and has toured throughout Europe with Burning Starr including appearances at the famed Magic Circle Festival.

Steve Wacholz know as Doc Killdrums to all metal fans, is a founding member of the metal group Savatage, playing on their first 9 studio and live albums, Hall of the Mountain King, Gutter Ballet and Edge of Thorns (just to name a few). Doc has played multiple metal festivals (Dynamo, Graspop, Lorca and Band Your Head Festivals) and toured the world with Savatage. Doc was also a member of Crimson Glory for their Astronomica album, being a long time friend of Bryan's, Doc was the only choice for the drummers throne in Reverence".

Ned Meloni, is most know for playing with Jack Starr's Burning Starr (Burning Starr, Defiance and Land of the Dead) Ned also has played with Funny Money (with Steve Whiteman, frontman for the rock group Kix). Ned has also toured throughout Europe with Burning Starr including appearances at the Magic Circle Festival. As band-mate of Todd's in Burning Starr, Ned was the logical choice to fill the bassist slot in the group

Pete Rossi is highly renowned guitar shredder in the Pittsburg area who has played with guitar legend Joe Stump (HolyHell) and has shared the stages with such bands as Lynch Mob and Avenged Sevenfold. Also friends with Doc, he was recommended as the second guitarist and fits perfectly.

Reverence's debut cd "When Darkness Calls" was released on Razar Ice Records on May 31st 2012 and are currently have confirmed dates in Europe and are in the midst of booking in the UK and Europe on a 2012 fall tour. The band will be performing some legendary classics from their respective bands on their setlist for the tour.

Reverence is represented by Real Media Music and R-Mine Productions.


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