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Best of 2020: Noah Hardwick (Part II)

Some would say that putting together a year-end list of your top 100 albums and EPs is insane. And I agree. It’s one of the most ambitious things I’ve attempted since I started writing for IVM. So how did I do it exactly? Well I started out by putting together a list of all the albums and EPs I listened to during 2020—a feat in its own right. When I was done I had a list of about 300 releases which I then set out to rate on a scale of 1 to 10.… Continued →

February 14, 2020

October 11, 2019

New RED Ep and Fuel Cover

RED are back with a brand new Ep which includes a cover of the classic Fuel song “Hemorrhage (In My Hands)”. “The Evening Hate” Ep is out November 1st and first single “From the Ashes” heads to radio October 25th. Listen to the cover track, Read the full press release about the EP and upcoming tour dates with In Flames, below.… Continued →

January 28, 2019

RED Launch Large Campaign to Fund Their New Album

RED have just launched a large donation based campaign to fund the release of their next studio effort. Check out the campaign right here via GoFundMe and watch the video below. As of date of this post they’ve raised $45k of a $100k goal. This will be an independent release (so far). It appears thus far that this campaign will be a bit different than other campaigns on sites such as Kickstarter, IndieGoGo, Pledge Music, etc.… Continued →

April 11, 2018

Gravity Galore: A Brief History of Christian Songs Titled "Gravity"

“Fire” and “water” are arguably the most overused metaphors in contemporary Christian music. But there is another common nature-themed metaphor in Christian music you may not have noticed: gravity. I by no means consider my research to be exhaustive, but I found nearly two dozen songs from the past 25 years with “gravity” in the title. Researching Christian music prior to the 1990’s is a difficult task. While I have little doubt that this theme continues back into the 80’s and maybe even 70’s the earliest contemporary Christian song titled “Gravity” I’ve been able to find so far* is from 1995.… Continued →

November 8, 2017

REVIEW : Red - Gone

For over 10 years, Red has been a staple in the music scene rising quickly to fame from their incredible debut album. Over these years they’ve released relatively consistent solid albums. The only exception is the 2013 “Release the Panic;” a subpar and disappointing effort. On the adverse, 2015’s “Of Beauty & Rage” was the band’s greatest achievement. It was a journey through hell and escaping to heaven much like The Divine Comedy – a theme from their music since “Innocence & Instinct” in 2008.… Continued →

September 23, 2017

September 18, 2017

RED Announces New Album, "Gone"

Hard rock group, RED, has announced a new album that will be released on October 27th, titled, “Gone”. According to the band’s Facebook page, the tracklisting will be: STEP INSIDE THE VIOLENCE STILL ALIVE LOSING CONTROL GONE COMING APART UNSTOPPABLE FRACTURE CHASING YOUR ECHO A.I. SINGULARITY There will also be a deluxe version available. The album is being funded through a pledge campaign that you can get behind HERE.… Continued →

July 18, 2017

Love & Death recording for New Album

Love & Death, the nu-metal band, have finally started working on new music. And just as I discovered that J.R. Bareis has left Islander, alongside the other two non-original members of Islander, they have begun guitar tracking with ex-Red, current Breaking Benjamin guitarist Jasen Rauch. The band currently consists of Brian Welch on vocals, J.R. on guitars and Dan Johnson on drums. Bassist Michael Valentine departed last year, without any official reason. Bareis and Rauch have begun recording guitars for the album.… Continued →

February 24, 2017

RED Announces West Coast Dates for Ten Year Edition of "End of Silence"

The hard rock band RED has some new tour dates for the Ten Year Edition of End of Silence, their debut album. The band has been around since 2004 and have released five albums. The band’s debut released 10 years ago last year. The album received many great reviews, made 194 out of 200 on the Billboard charts, and was Grammy nominated for Best Rock or Rap Gospel Album. The band tickets for these West Coast tour dates can be found here, while VIP packages can be found here.… Continued →

February 15, 2017

November 22, 2016

Red Enters Studio To Record New Album

Grammy nominated band – Red has finished their touring schedule and have announced on Facebook that “It’s time for us to go away and make a new album.” With the exception of the gap between their first and second album, Red has put out an album every 2 years since 2009. Knowing that they’re entering the studio now, it’s looking like they’re going to keep the same pace moving forward.… Continued →

February 22, 2015

REVIEW : Red - Of Beauty and Rage

Following a middling album in "Release the Panic," veteran rockers RED seek to redeem themselves with "Of Beauty and Rage." Does this new album prove to be a return to form? Find out here.

April 9, 2013

February 17, 2013

INTERVIEW : RED

RED chats with IVM about the new album. Want to know why it's called "Release the Panic" and not "Glass House?" Care to find out if Jasen Rauch is really the gift to music Matt Baird said he is? Notice the album cover is BLUE this time around? Read on to find out.

February 13, 2013

December 20, 2012

Red - Hold Me Now

Red have posted up another new (ballad) song. This one is called “Hold Me Now” and will appear on the band’s new album “Release the Panic” due out next February. Listen to the song below in a special lyric video. [Thanks Lucas]… Continued →

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