REVEILLE Split Up: The Official Statement

Massachusetts-based REVEILLE have officially called it quits after releasing two full-length albums for the Elektra label (1999's "Laced" and 2001's "Bleed The Sky").

The group's official statement announcing the split reads as follows:

"To all our true friends and fans,

"We would like to take this opportunity to thank every one of you for the love and dedication you have shown us over the years. Your loyalty and support have always been the driving force behind REVEILLE and it will never, ever be forgotten.

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"For a number of months everyone has been in the dark, wondering about the band's progress and future. We sincerely apologize for the delay, and assure you that the time taken was extremely focused on endless writing, soul searching, and tough decision making.

"At this time, we regret to inform you, that REVEILLE will no longer continue to pursue music together as a band. The chemistry between us is just not what it was, and we all strongly believe this is the right move at the right time.

"Most importantly, we will all walk away with nothing but the most incredible moments to remember. Those moments were solely made possible because of you, our friends and fans. It's been amazing seeing you all at shows, communicating through email, and discovering the different ways we've affected each other's lives. Without you, none of this could've happened.

"We hope that you will all continue to check this site for further developments and information as some of us are already amidst serious plans for new projects. More details will be posted within the upcoming weeks as well as individual contact information while things settle down.

"Once again, THANK YOU for the love and memories from the bottom of our hearts. We love you all.

"Yours truly, Drew, Steve, Carl, Justin, Chris
- REVEILLE -

"For every door that closes… A new door is opened"

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