THE COLOR RED Complete Work On New Demo
THE COLOR RED, the band featuring former DOPE/PRIMER 55 drummer Preston Nash, recently completed work on a three-song demo with Tye Zamora from ALIEN ANT FARM producing. Mixing and mastering will be completed over the next two weeks. The group, who are currently unsigned, hope to land a major label deal in the coming months.
In related news, Preston's other band, NA$H, have finished tracking the remaining songs for their full-length album, tentatively due in October. The CD, which will include a guest appearance by a "very special" lead guitarist to be named later, will surface through Sonic in Europe and an as-yet-undetermined label in the U.S.
In addition to the above-mentioned band activities, Preston has been busy producing other bands, including the New York City-based all-girl act THE DRIVE, who were the subject of a recent hour-long special on The Learning Channel.
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