Cove Reber

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Cove Reber
Cove on Projekt Revolution Tour.JPG
Cove Reber performing on the Projekt Revolution Tour on August 15, 2007 at Jones Beach Theater in Wantagh, New York.
Background information
Born (1985-08-28) August 28, 1985 (age 30)
Origin Vista, California, United States
Genres
Occupation(s) Singer, songwriter, musician
Instruments
Associated acts
  • Saosin
  • Patriot
  • Stamp Out Detroit

Cove Reber (born August 28, 1985) is an American singer best known as the former lead vocalist for Saosin[1] from early 2004 to July 21, 2010. Reber began focusing on a new project called "Patriot", and has released the songs "Dream Weaver", "Deliver Us" "Float Away With Me" and "I Found My Way (Demo)".

Bands[edit]

In early 2000, Cove was the vocalist for bands such as "Mormon In The Middle" and "Stamp Out Detroit"[2][3]

In early 2004, Cove integrated to the post-hardcore band, Saosin, where he replaced the former singer, Anthony Green after Green departed from the band. With Saosin, Cove recorded The Grey EP, Saosin EP and notably Saosin (2006) and In Search of Solid Ground (2009) with the inclusion of the live album and DVD Come Close at The Theater of Living Arts in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania on November 3, 2007.

Reber was asked to leave the band in early 2010. Later reports from the band cited that Reber was asked to leave Saosin due to the deterioration of his stage and vocal performance and he could no longer perform.[4] Reber is currently working on his new project called Patriot. Since leaving Saosin in 2010, the project has spawned songs "Dream Weaver", "Deliver Us" "Float Away With Me" and "I Found My Way (Demo)" which have surfaced on YouTube, however not much is known on the official progress of an upcoming EP with Patriot. Reber currently has a recording studio in his home town with his business partner, Joey Bradford.

Discography[edit]

Saosin
Main article: Saosin discography
Patriot
  • I Found My Way (Demo song, 2011)[5]
  • TBA (EP, 2013)[6]

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