Following the original lineup of Metal Church reunited and delivered the comeback album Masterpeace in 1999, musical differences between your members still persisted. Business lead vocalist David Wayne, pressing for the heavier, more simple sound, finished up exiting in 2000; he first re-formed Reverend, the music group he’d began after his preliminary departure from Steel Church, and — while still keeping Reverend heading — formed a totally different music group, known as Wayne, with ex-Metal Cathedral guitarist Craig Wells. Another associates included guitarist Jimi Bell, bassist Tag Franco, and drummer B.J. Zampa. Wayne agreed upon with Steel Church’s reunion label Nuclear Blast, and — relatively confusingly — released an record titled Steel Cathedral in 2001. While Wayne (the vocalist) described that the name was designed to present what he believed a new Steel Cathedral record should appear to be (i actually.e., a continuation from the group’s first two albums, the Wayne-fronted Steel Church as well as the Dark), his previous bandmates weren’t amused. non-etheless, the recording was pretty well-received, often making favorable evaluations to Masterpeace.