About the Artist
Signing with Metal Blade earlier last year, The Red Chord has been cited as one of the most influential crossover bands of the hardcore, grind and metal genres. They have been referenced, featured or interviewed in the majority of pertinent heavy music periodicals including Revolver, AP, Metal Hammer, Terrorizer, Unrestrained, Decibel and Brave Words and Bloody Knuckles. This year looks to be the bands biggest year yet, with their new record street dating on May 17th 2005 and some huge tour plans to follow including The New England Hardcore & Metal Fest as well as a co-headlining tour with Bury Your Dead.
So what should fans of The Red Chords previous work expect? "It's a very different album than Fused Together in Revolving Doors. I personally think it's a lot heavier and angrier, but we'll let you judge for yourself," states vocalist Guy Kozowyk. To say Clients is thought provoking is a mere understatement as it forces you look at societys unfortunates and wonder how they became the way they did. Fans as well as fellow musicians have been waiting quite some time for the follow up to the bands highly successful Fused Together in Revolving Doors making Clients one of the most anticipated releases of 2005 and this album will in no way let anyone down. In order to capture the pure brutality of the music The Red Chord decided to record at the infamous Planet Z with engineer/producer Zeuss (Hatebreed & Shadows Fall) securing Clients as one of the heaviest releases of 2005. To accompany the massive and fierce sound of the album renowned artist Paul Romano, known for his work with bands like Mastodon, Nasum, Godflesh, and Dead To Fall, was brought on board to handle all the aspects of the artwork, which include portraits of each "client" mentioned in the album.