Until We Have Faces
:The new album's 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 . The band itself is working through its own new identity...
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:The new album's 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. The band itself is working through its own new identity - as a four-piece with the addition of drummer Rickard.
Until We Have Faces takes listeners down the path of recognizing the hollowness of life until finding their true identity (revealed on "Faceless"), the idea of creative destruction unveiled in the midst of new life (found on "Let It Burn"), and simultaneously presenting the positive energy found even "in a world so cold" (explored on the infectious, melodic ballad "Not Alone").
1. Feed The Machine
- 1. Feed The MachineRED0:59
- 2. FacelessRED0:59
- 3. Lie To Me (denial)RED0:59
- 4. Let It BurnRED0:59
- 5. Buried BeneathRED0:59
- 6. Not AloneRED0:59
- 7. Watch You CrawlRED0:59
- 8. The OutsideRED0:59
- 9. Who We AreRED0:59
- 10. Best Is Yet To ComeRED0:59
- 11. Hymn For The MissingRED0:59
Since the June 6, 2006 release of its debut album, End of Silence (Essential Records), Red has toured non-stop (over 250 dates per year), collected four No. 1 radio singles at Christian Rock radio (Breathe Into Me, Already Over, Break Me Down and Let Go), won a Dove Award (Rock Recorded Song for Breathe Into Me), and received a GRAMMY nomination in the category Best Rock or Rap Gospel Album for End of Silence. The five-member band is: Michael Barnes, lead vocals; Anthony Armstrong, guitar; Randy Armstrong, bass; Jasen Rauch, guitar; and Hayden Lamb, drums. End of Silence was produced by Dove-nominated producer/songwriter Rob Graves and mixed by Ben Grosse (Red Hot Chili Peppers, Fuel, Sixpence None the Richer).
Red was recognized by the Gospel Music Association with a GMA Dove Award nomination, gospel/Christian musics highest honor in Nashville in 2008.-Editorial Review.