RED REIGN RELEASE NEW MUSIC VIDEO, “TOXIC,” ANNOUNCE SHOWS WITH WINGER AND TESLA
Written by Angela Mockbee on March 13, 2019
Richmond, Virginia-based rockers Red Reign are ready to unveil their latest video, for one of the standout tracks from their self-titled EP – “Toxic.” An eye-popping blend of a live performance mixed with concert photos of the band, the video is a reflection on last year’s performances, and a look forward of things to come for this promising band.
“Toxic is a song about a relationship,” explains the band’s singer/guitarist, Carlton “Bubba” McMichael (who is also joined in the band by guitarist Stevie Shred, bassist Larry Moore, and drummer Sammy Lee). “That starts out great, but as time goes on, things turn darker and darker – to where it is poisonous to continue, but they still love each other.” The video itself feature performance footage of the band, as well as great pictures by Out with Ambler and Jeff Mays Photography.
Red Reign’s self-titled EP, was overseen by Grammy-nominated producer, David Ivory (Halestorm, Roots, Silvertide), and can be purchased here:
Additionally, the band has confirmed several upcoming shows one with Winger (on March 16 in Warrendale, PA), and a pair with Tesla (April 26 in Erie, PA and April 28 in Baltimore, MD).
WINGER: March 16, 2019 Jergel’s Rhythm Grille, Warrendale, PA
TESLA: April 26, 2019 Warner Theatre, Erie, PATESLA: April 28, 2019 Baltimore Soundstage, Baltimore, MD
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