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EDITORS’ NOTES

The hard-hitting Nashville outfit follow-up the successful Until We Have Faces with Release the Panic. Produced by Howard Benson (Daughtry, My Chemical Romance, Bon Jovi), the new album pits their melodic sensibilities against passionate aggression and the results are glorious on "Perfect Life." Here vocalist Mike Barnes rages against false hopes and dreams with a stinging clarity. The full-length album is available to pre-order now.

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EDITORS’ NOTES

The hard-hitting Nashville outfit follow-up the successful Until We Have Faces with Release the Panic. Produced by Howard Benson (Daughtry, My Chemical Romance, Bon Jovi), the new album pits their melodic sensibilities against passionate aggression and the results are glorious on "Perfect Life." Here vocalist Mike Barnes rages against false hopes and dreams with a stinging clarity. The full-length album is available to pre-order now.

Mastered for iTunes
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Customer Reviews

4.3 out of 5

2039 Ratings

2039 Ratings

AMAZING!

spencetron83,

Dont listen to the lukewarm fans, this band still has the same passion and influence theyve always had. True fans will buy this!

Best band ever!!!!!

R3dguitarist :),

This band is amazing... Unbelievable. The title track and pre order track are great (no surprise, their other stuff was incredible). If you buy it, you cannot go wrong :D

Release the AWESOME!

ccgto1963,

Perfect life and Release the Panic sound great, and I'm so stoked for the rest of the album!

About Red

Post-grunge outfit RED first got their start in Pennsylvania playing contemporary Christian covers to area youth groups. They soon grew tired of pop songs, however, and began crafting their own hard-edged rock tunes that often confronted personal issues from their lives. According to lead singer Mike Barnes, the name RED was chosen as a symbol "for the blood of Christ and what it represents: passion, pain, but ultimately, redemption." Comprising Barnes, Jasen Rauch (guitar), Hayden Lamb (drummer), and identical twins Anthony Armstrong (guitar/vocals) and Randy Armstrong (bass/piano/vocals), the group cited influences from bands like Chevelle, Linkin Park, and Muse.

Spearheaded by the single "Breathe into Me," RED's first nationally distributed album, End of Silence, was released in June 2006 on Essential Records. Always wanting to directly connect with fans through their energetic live show, the band spent the summer touring nationwide, including dates at multiple festivals. A van crash put injured drummer Hayden Lamb on the sidelines for their 2007 headlining tour, but RED soldiered on -- gaining mass appeal with their rapidly growing CCM fanbase. Later in 2007, the band took home the Rock Recorded Song of the Year award at the 38th annual GMA Dove Awards. Innocence & Instinct appeared in 2009, followed by Release the Panic early in 2013. A remix version of the latter LP, Release the Panic: Recalibrated, preceded the arrival of the group's fifth studio long-player, 2015's Of Beauty and Rage, which was promoted with a graphic novel telling the story behind the album. September 2017 saw the band drop a pair of singles, "Still Alive" and "Losing Control," in anticipation of the release of the full-length Gone, which arrived later that October. ~ Corey Apar

  • ORIGIN
    Nashville, TN
  • FORMED
    2004

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