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RED celebrates 10th anniversary of debut release

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Tue, Apr 26th 2016 04:05 pm

Releasing digitally remastered anniversary edition of RIAA-certified gold album 'End of Silence' June 3

Grammy-nominated and six-time Dove award-winning rock band RED is celebrating the 10th anniversary of its debut, chart-topping RIAA-certified gold album "End of Silence" in June. The group will release a digitally remastered anniversary edition of the album on June 3 containing popular tracks from the album, including the RIAA gold-certified digital single, No. 1 and Dove Award-winning song, "Breathe Into Me," along with four additional No. 1 singles from the album. The special edition will also contain two never-before-released new songs ("If I Break" and "Circles") and four acoustic tracks.

"These past 10 years have been nothing short of incredible! Cheers to the REDNATION and all of our loyal listeners around the world," RED bass player Randy Armstrong said. "We thank you for this opportunity and the privilege it has been to inspire."

Supporting the celebration, RED will head out on a 10th anniversary tour in the fall where they will perform almost the entire "End of Silence" album from top to bottom. More details on the tour will be announced soon.

RED has had an illustrious career over the past 10 years selling more than 1 million albums. The group has two Grammy Award nominations and has won six Dove awards from 19 nominations. Radio success for RED includes two top 10 active rock singles, three top 10 mainstream rock singles and 20 consecutive No. 1 hits at Christian radio. RED has appeared on "Conan" and "The Tonight Show with Jay Leno," and has been featured in USA Today, Rolling Stone, Billboard and Guitar World. Tours over the past decade were shared with TobyMac, Matthew West, TFK, Newsboys, Kutless, Brian "Head" Welch, POD, CREED, Switchfoot and Third Day.

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