After years of silence, all five original members of REVEILLE will reunite for one epic show. The concert, dubbed "Reveille Reborn", will take place at The Palladium in Worcester, Massachusetts on Friday, December 26.
"None of us could ever have imagined that we'd be sharing the same stage again. When we split apart, we each felt that it was completely over forever," said lead singer Drew Simollardes. "That's why the show is titled 'Reveille Reborn' because REVEILLE truly is rising from the dead."
Signed to Elektra Records directly out of high school, REVEILLE went on to release two internationally distributed records, "Laced" and "Bleed the Sky". Through years of playing Ozzfest, Woodstock '99 and Warped Tour, as well as touring with acts such as SEVENDUST, STATIC-X, GODSMACK, MACHINE HEAD, KID ROCK, POWERMAN 5000, and NONPOINT, REVEILLE gained a loyal and rabid fan following. Known for its relentless energy and aggression, the band was considered by many fans to have one of the best live shows in hard rock.
For more information, visit www.reveillereborn.com.
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