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Red (l-r): Anthony Armstrong (guitar), Randy Armstrong (bass), Michael Barnes (lead vocals), Joe Rickard (drums)
Photo Credit: Joseph Anthony Baker
Red, the Nashville-based hard rock outfit, has released a behind-the-scenes video for its fans ( watch here).  Filmed during the recording process of its February 1 release, Until We Have Faces, the video gives you a window into the band’s studio and practice space to see how the album was made.

Until We Have Faces‘ overarching theme is a search for true identity, inspired by a number of sources, including author C.S. Lewis’ book of similar title, Till We Have Faces.  Paired again with award-winning producer Rob Graves, Until We Have Faces features Red in its most musically intense place to date – “a combination of our first two records, but on steroids,” lead vocalist Michael Barnes notes — daring both Red and its fans to catapult into new rock territories.

Fans in Dallas, Tx. will have an opportunity to see the band perform a special acoustic set on Feb. 2.  After the performance fans can meet the band and get CD’s autographed. See below for time and
store location.

Where: Best Buy (LBJ Shopping Center)
4255 Lyndon B Johnson Fwy Midway
Farmers Branch, TX 75244
Time: 7-9 PM

For more information about RED, please visit: www.redmusiconline.com.

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