Red has announced that they will be touring as support for In Flames on their fall tour. From stage at Uprise Fest this past weekend, lead singer Michael Barnes also shared that the band plans to release an EP early in November.
Today RED released an alternate version of their single "The Evening Hate," stripped back to prominently feature strings and piano. The original version released this summer as RED's first under their new independent era.
Eclipse is an album not for the faint of heart as it dives deep on spiritual themes presented with polished, hard and heavy headbangers with a few beautiful ballads mixed in to cut the tension.
RED has announced a brief tour titled the I for an I Tour, celebrating a decade since the release of their album Innocence and Instinct-- a project which held fan favorites like "'Death of Me" and "Shadows."
RED has announced that their second single for 2019, "From the Ashes," will be releasing on August 2.
Michael Barnes, lead singer for RED, provided guest vocal tracks for the upcoming acoustic album by Breaking Benjamin, according to a post on social media.
Last month, we heard the first fruit of Red's renaissance, a track titled "The Evening Hate." Red bass player Randy Armstrong took some time to share with Rock On Purpose about the song and what the future looks like as this veteran rock band starts something new.
RED released highly anticipated single "The Evening Hate" on Friday, June 7, the first track in their new independent chapter. Their own new label served as the launching pad for the single.
RED fans have anxiously been awaiting the announcement that the band shared today: they are releasing new music on June 7th!
The CVJM Loud and Proud festival is gearing up for its 10th anniversary in 2019. This week, the first headliner was announced for the rock festival, which is held annually in Betzdorf, Germany.