Rock band Ever Stays Red will release its national debut album, On The Brink of it All, in the spring.
The album will launch March 11, 2008, on Vertical Shift Records via EMI-CMG Distribution.
Since 2004, Ever Stays Red has garnered a loyal following, playing over 250 concerts per year and landing three No. 1 radio singles in 40 U.S. markets with two top 20 R&R hits from its independent album, I'll Tell the World.
On the Brink Of It All was co-produced by Ever Stays Red and industry veteran Ken Mary (Alice Cooper, The Beach Boys, Trik Turner, LaRue, Megadeth) and mixed by Grammy-Winning mixer/ recording engineer J.R. McNeely (Kutless, Jeremy Camp, Relient K).
I wrote songs for the new album about never giving up on the dreams inside of you, songs about redemption, songs about daring to believe in what the world could be, says lead vocalist Dustin Carlson.
Ever Stays Red offers an exciting crop of anthems ripe for the hearts and ears of rock aficionados and worship enthusiasts alike with On The Brink of it All, states co-producer Ken Mary. The bands national debut takes center stage with the support of a dedicated fan base built upon years of relentless touring. Melding its high energy, guitar-driven rock with compellingly honest vocals and spiritually gripping lyrics, the new album reflects the maturity of a band that, for the past four years, has lived and breathed to spread the eminent message of Christ through music.
The Tempe, Ariz.-based foursome, who recently finished a tour with Kutless, has also performed with the likes of Jeremy Camp, Sanctus Real, Delirious?, Hawk Nelson, Thousand Foot Krutch, Everyday Sunday, Stellar Kart, Falling Up, Seven Places and others.
Ever Stays Red is one of the hardest working bands I have ever met, says Nick DePartee of Kutless. I think this hard work shines brightly through in this record. Catchy melodies that hook the heart at first listen.
We love these guys and their music, adds Chris Rohman of Sanctus Real. Weve had the pleasure of touring together, so its exciting to hear some new songs... and I can say this is definitely Ever Stays Red at their best!