Aug 022019
 

Grammy-nominated rock band RED has released the ‘From The Ashes’ single via Red Entertainment with distribution from The Fuel Music into digital and streaming outlets globally, including iTunesApple MusicAmazon MusicSpotify and more.

‘From The Ashes’ reflects on where our minds can go when we’ve hit the bottom,” says RED bassist Randy Armstrong. “You’ve been written off, left out in the cold because the world doesn’t care about your situation and nothing in the past matters much today. It’s about having the motivation to rise and turn your failure and mistakes into success and survival.”

Produced by the band’s longtime collaborator Rob Graves, the new single follows The Evening Hate’, which has over 560,000 streams on YouTube alone. The song’s cinematic short film was written, directed and produced by RED, and stars the band. Continue reading »

Jul 262019
 

Hard rock band RED has released a new lyric video for ‘The Evening Hate.’

The band has already previously released a concept video and an extended cinematic version of the concept video for ‘The Evening Hate.’

‘The Evening Hate’ dives into the deep-seeded hatred that everyone has felt at some point or another,” says RED bassist Randy Armstrong as the band borrows the song’s title from the nickname coined by World War I frontline trench soldiers in 1915 regarding the relentless enemy bombing. “While we all experience or witness hate throughout life, whether it be physical, mental or emotional, we all have the ability to crawl out and rise above such a tremendous adversary, hell bent on division and destruction. Without hate, the world would never know what true love really is.” Continue reading »

Jun 082019
 

Grammy® nominated, RIAA Certified Gold-selling rock band RED releases ‘The Evening Hate’ June 7 on its newly formed RED ENTERTAINMENT label with distribution for the first time from The Fuel Music (Thousand Foot Krutch, Adelitas Way, Lacey Sturm) into digital and streaming outlets globally.

Along with the single’s release, major rock outlets SiriusXM Octane, hardDrive with Lou Brutus, hardDrive XL and Music Choice are already featuring the track as Loudwire breaks the new label and single news. 

‘The Evening Hate’ dives into the deep-seeded hatred that everyone has felt at some point or another,” says RED bassist Randy Armstrong as the band borrows the song’s title from the nickname coined by World War I frontline trench soldiers in 1915 regarding the relentless enemy bombing. “While we all experience or witness hate throughout life, whether it be physical, mental or emotional, we all have the ability to crawl out and rise above such a tremendous adversary, hell bent on division and destruction. Without hate, the world would never know what true love really is.” Continue reading »

Aug 052018
 

‘Unstoppable’, the new music video from Grammy Nominated Rockers RED can be seen below, the track is taken from their latest album “Gone” .

“Gone” is their sixth studio album, released on October 27, 2017 on Essential Records. A 17-track digital deluxe edition is also available. Continue reading »

Red – “Gone” (Deluxe Edition)

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Apr 052018
 

This is the sixth full-length studio album from the band from Nashville, Tennessee. It has been released on the 27th of October last year. They started back in 2002 when they were friends with a passion for music. Barry Blair, the drummer from Audio Adrenaline heard their music and invited them to record. The sound of the band is inspired by Linkin Park, Sevendust and Chevelle because they liked the emotional-driven music.

This album really follows in the footsteps of their album Of Beauty and Rage. The sound is still a bit of the sound of their first few albums, but is more infused with electronic music. The song Step Inside, the Violence starts off with a heavy riff. Than it gets slower but keeps the feeling of the song. The main sound at the couplets are drums and electronics. That makes a great contrast when the guitar part comes in. Also Still Alive is one of the heavier songs on the album. It starts off with a sound that reminds me of Throne from Bring Me The Horizon. It is kind of heavy sounding but it feels softer with the kind of pop sound. Though the bridge makes it sound kind of creepy. This song still keeps the heavy sound by the grunting of Barnes. Continue reading »