Grammy-nominated modern rock band RED has already garnered airplay across the country--weeks before its official release to radio--for their single "Death Of Me" from their INNOCENCE & INSTINCT album, due out February 10 via Essential Records/Red Distribution.
The song--which combines a soulful urgency with crunchy guitars, gorgeous strings and a powerhouse chorus--debuts on the R&R Active Rock chart at #39 and has received early adds at stations including: KILO/Colorado Springs, WILL/Chicago, KHTQ/Spokane, WRUF/Gainesville, WXQR/Greenville, KBRE/Merced, KEYJ/Abilene, KFMX/Lubbock, KRQR/Chico, WPRX/Cape Cod, KUPD/Phoenix, WJJO/Madison, KXFX/Santa Rosa, WXRX/Rockford and KZZQ/Salt Lake City.
"The song is really a regretful introspective moment, where you realize that your own actions have led you down a path you never wanted to take," says guitarist Anthony Armstrong. "You're the one who keeps tearing yourself down in some kind of vicious cycle that never seems to end."
After a brief break at home for the holidays, RED--known for their relentless touring and riveting live shows--return to the road for a January 23 show in Beaumont, TX, followed by a string of dates in February. Catch RED--JASEN RAUCH (guitars), MICHAEL BARNES (vocals), ANTHONY ARMSTRONG (guitar) and RANDY ARMSTRONG (bass)--on tour in the following cities and go to www.myspace.com/dropofred for current band updates. Look for additional tour dates to be announced soon.
Nashville-based RED made an immediate impact with its 2006 debut, End of Silence, which sold more than a quarter-million copies and earned several awards and nominations. The Grammy-nominated disc--featuring the radio hits "Breathe Into Me" (Top 10, Active Rock), "Let Go" (Top 15, Active Rock) and "Already Over" (Top 15, Active Rock)--introduced the sonic layering, rich orchestration and visceral dynamics that became RED's signature sound. The album steadily built momentum, cracking the Billboard Top 200 a year after its release. Not surprisingly, the album became a hit with other bands as well, leading to tours and shows with Papa Roach, Sevendust, Three Days Grace, Flyleaf, Buckcherry, Puddle Of Mudd, Staind and Seether, among others.
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Fri 1/23 Beaumont, TX Ford Park
Tue 2/10 Nashville, TN Exit/In
Thu 2/12 Chicago, IL Subterranean
Fri 2/13 Maplewood, MN The Rock
Sat 2/14 Sioux Falls, SD Nutty's North
Sun 2/15 Omaha, NE The Waiting Room
Tue 2/17 Eau Claire, WI The Stones Throw
Wed 2/18 Madison, WI Orpheum Theatre
Fri 2/20 Caronport, Saskatchewan Briercrest College
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