'End of Silence':
'Innocence & Instinct':
Randy Armstrong – bass
Michael Barnes – vocals
Jasen Rauch – guitar
Key Red Songs:“Let Go” (Purchase/Download)
“Breathe Into Me” (Purchase/Download)
“Already Over” (Purchase/Download)
“Death of Me” (Purchase/Download)
Red Discography:End of Silence (2006)
Innocence & Instinct (2009)
"Mainstream is not too much different. Really as far as content, it is a little bit different. Like the tour that we are on right now with 3 Doors Down, they are all Christian guys and everything. But as far as saying stuff from stage, we don't usually do that on a mainstream tour because the people that show up there are not there to really hear what the message is about and they don't know who we are." (inReview, October 18, 2008)
Anthony Armstrong, on the non-Christian bands Red like.
"We're pretty big fans of Slipknot. We reference some of their music writing our records, you know some of the kind of things they do with their music. It's funny, too, because in a lot of ways people ask us, 'Why do you like these bands that that are kind of just outright evil?' and we're just like 'What?' It just all comes down to the music, it doesn't necessarily mean that we agree with the content of what they are saying or whatever." (Unrated Magazine, May 2008)
Randy Armstrong, on the meaning of the band's name.
"'Red' symbolizes the blood of Christ. We wanted a name that was short, meaningful and easy to remember. We had to make sure we could use the name 'Red,' so we searched for two-and-a-half years before we got the trademark for our band name. Many people have used the name 'Red' in their music, or in the name of a band like the Red Hot Chili Peppers or Simply Red, but nobody has ever used just 'Red' as a band name." (NewReleaseTuesday.com, June 6, 2006)
Anthony Armstrong, on having his twin brother in Red.
"We've always gotten along. We're not competitive in any way. Well sports-wise, yeah, and video games, but when it comes to music there's really no competing because we're all just doing it for the exact same reasons. We just want it to sound good, and be good." (Unrated Magazine, May 2008)