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Below is our complete Red Enemy news coverage, including columns and articles pertaining to the band. Some articles listed may be indirectly related, such as side projects of the band members, etc.
Red Enemy has a new song out now titled "(mis)leaders," which is taken from the band's upcoming self-titled album.
Hear the song below, and "Red Enemy" will be available in stores & online November 11th, 2014 via Mediaskare Records.
Red Enemy will be entering the studio next month to record a new album, and now the band has checked in with the following update:
"We're super happy to confirm that mixing duties for our record will be handled by the incredible Will Putney (The Acacia Strain, Stray From The Path, Northlane, Thy Art Is Murder) at Machine Shop Studios in New Jersey. Will is a boss and we're extremely grateful to have him on board."
You can find more info on the band and follow the recording process over at the Red Enemy Facebook profile.
Ireland's Red Enemy, which signed to Mediasakre Records earlier this month, has checked in with the following update about recording a new album:
"So we're happy to be able to tell you guys that we will be heading over to Los Angeles this February to begin recording our debut album with Taylor Voeltz (Mureau).
"We're all extremely grateful to be given an opportunity like this and to work alongside such a solid guy and we promise you won't be disappointed.
"We're working on some other delish shit while we're there so keep posted for updates over the coming weeks. Thank you again for all the support." More...
Mediaskare Records has signed Dublin, Ireland’s Red Enemy, who will be coming to the U.S. in February to record a new album with producer Taylor Voeltz (Mureau).
For now, a music video for the band’s previously recorded song “Changing The End” has premiered on the Mediaskare YouTube channel and can be seen below.
“The song addresses a topic that has certainly had no shortage of coverage amongst bands over the past two decades, which essentially is standing up for what you believe in,” stated the band. Adding, “It’s about not settling for the mundane, getting out there and grabbing whatever it is you believe in with both hands. It’s a cliché topic, but one that constantly rears its head on a daily basis. Everyone should strive to have the courage and ambition to follow their heart regardless of what anyone tells you. It seems obvious, but no harm in reminding people of that as much as possible.”
The video for the track was directed by Luke Daly, who came up with the concept. The band comments: “He had this vision he had wanted to make a reality for some time and he figured we were the band to help make that happen. We loved it instantly. We had wanted to do something completely different for some time, something out of the ordinary, something that would make people go 'what the hell did I just watch there,' and this was the perfect opportunity with an incredibly talented director. The video itself depicts two particular aspects of the song meaning, courage and perseverance. There were some crazy long days and some touchy issues with the quarry owner but we got it done and the final product is delish.” More...
Ireland's Red Enemy has released a new music video for the track "Night Eyes," which can be found below. The track is also available as a name-your-price download over at Bandcamp here. You can also check out more music from Red Enemy over at the band's Facebook profile.
Ireland's Red Enemy has released a new single online for streaming and free download titled "Night Eyes." Give the song a listen through the bandcamp player below. More info on the band can be found at Facebook here. Red Enemy is:
Vocals: Kevin Letford
Guitars: Conor Dockery
Guitars: Jordan O' Leary
Bass: Jay Doyle
Drums: Daniel Lang More...
Ireland's Red Enemy is set to unleash the new EP, "What We Are Contained In, Is What We Are Worth" in the U.K. on October 10th. Check out the EP's opener "Where We Call Home" in the player below.
This month sees the band tour the U.K. for the first time playing dates with Save Your Grace, Once A Wolf, Visions, and TesseracT. Check out the band on the following dates:
13 - Basement 20, Liverpool w/ Save Your Grace
15 - Actress & Bishop, Birmingham
17 - The Hydrant, Brighton w/ Once A Wolf
18 - Backline Live, Guildford w/ Once A Wolf
19 - Wheatsheaf, Banbury w/ Once A Wolf
20 - Crawford Arms, Milton Keynes w/ TesseracT, Visions