REVEILLE's Fill-In Guitarist Becomes Official Member

REVEILLE have recruited guitarist Chris Turner as a replacement for Greg Sullivan, who left the group in January due to musical differences.

"We are very pleased to say that we have taken the final step with Chris Turner and have made him an official member of REVEILLE," the band said in an official statement. "We took our time because we wanted to tour, write, and record with Chris before we made our decision. After all was said and done, Chris is a great fit for REVEILLE and we couldn't be happier to have him with us."

REVEILLE are hard at work on the material for their next studio album, which they are tentatively scheduled to begin recording in December with producer Howard Benson (P.O.D., CRAZY TOWN, SEPULTURA). An early summer 2003 release through Elektra Records is expected.


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