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RED: "Until We Have Faces" Out Now + AOL Music Listening Party

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Submitted by Johan Wippsson on 2011-02-02
RED: "Until We Have Faces" Out Now + AOL Music Listening Party

Twice GRAMMY-nominated hard rock outfit Red got its street week underway with incredible momentum today as its third project, Until We Have Faces, saw No. 1 on the iTunes Overall Albums chart and simultaneously celebrated a fast rising No. 1 at Christian rock radio with the incendiary, "Faceless."

With extensive online coverage also impacting today, fans can catch up with Red and stream the album in full on AOL Music http://music.aol.com/new-releases-full-cds/#/5.

Known as much for maintaining a rigorous touring schedule as it is for its incredible fan connection, Red members don't miss a beat. With a day off from its place on the Winter Jam tour, Michael Barnes (lead vocals), Randy Armstrong (bass), Anthony Armstrong (guitar) and Joe Rickard (drums) hosted an exclusive fan-only event in its hometown of Nashville last night.

The event kicked off at 11:00 p.m. and ran until 2:00 a.m. during which the lucky fans were offered tips to secret messages on the new album, treated to one-on-one hang time with the band, cheered together at midnight to celebrate the official release date and experienced an acoustic performance.

"This was unlike anything we've ever done. It's important that our fans know we value them. Red fans are the reason we get to do all of this," shares bassist Randy Armstrong. "We love interfacing with each of them in person and online, and getting to hear their stories of struggle and success. We're thankful for how they've supported us; it's nothing we'll ever take for granted.

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