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Reveille was a nu metal/rap metal group from Harvard, Massachusetts. They were formed in 1998, and released their debut album, Laced, in 1999, on Elektra Records. The album featured a guest appearance by Cypress Hill rapper B-Real. The band played Woodstock 1999 and Ozzfest 2000, and toured with Godsmack, Machine Head, and Powerman 5000. In 2001, they released their follow-up album, Bleed The Sky, featuring appearances from Cold singer Scooter Ward and Taproot singer Steve Richards. In 2002, original guitarist Greg Sullivan left Reveille, and was replaced by Chris Turner. Reveille broke up in 2003, before they could finish their third album. Bassist Carl Randolph joined the alternative rock band Oma in 2003. Guitarist Steve Miloszewski joined the band City Sleeps in 2005 as well. In late 2004, Reveille singer Drew Simollardes and former guitarist Greg Sullivan formed a new band called Genuflect. Turner is now in a band called Vera Mesmer. In June 2005, Sullivan rejoined Genuflect, and they promptly recorded "Rough Mix Demo", an aptly titled seven-song EP. Several New England live performances have followed.
-Drew Simollardes - Vocals.
-Steve Miloszewski - Guitar.
-Greg Sullivan - Guitar (1998-2002).
-Chris Turner - Guitar (2002-2003).
-Carl Randolph - Bass.
-Justin Wilson - Drums.