After a pinch of bad luck and poor timing, they found themselves off of their label (Columbia Records) and fighting for the right to release their record. In June 2006 they ran into Outlook Music in Denver, CO, who decided to release the CD. The overdue release was slated for early 2007. Their first single “Save Me” was available online October of 2006 and hit radio in the months thereafter.
In late 2009 the band released their second CD, “Souvenirs,” on iTunes.
In February 2011, Autovein announced a name change. The band would now be known as Revolution One. Following the name change, the band unveiled a new video for “Suicides & Lullabies”. On April 20, 2011 Revolution One joined Biffy Clyro for a show at The Double Door in Chicago.
Revolution One released the Lay Down Our Lives EP on May 3, 2011. 2011.
Edited by hannahewob on 28 Jul 2011, 17:36
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