Superball Music is extremely proud to announce the signing of atmospheric Scottish rockers Flood Of Red to their worldwide roster. The band is currently hard at work on their sophomore album, and follow-up to 2009’s critically lauded ‘Leaving Everything Behind’. Superball Music UK label-rep Freddy Palmer had this to say about the signing: “We’ve been following Flood of Red for a while now, and are super excited that they have found a new home with us at Superball. The progress the band has been making musically since their debut is brilliant, and we are looking forward to being the ones to share that with the world.”
The band comments: “We are really looking forward to working alongside Superball Music to release our new music. We feel that Superball is a great home for us, and a label with a great network of music lovers as excited about the direction we have taken with our music as we are.”
Watch out for the bands second album, and debut for Superball, later this year!
“Flood Of Red started in 2007 in one of the many nowheres of Scotland. From tireless beginnings until the release of their first album ‘Leaving Everything Behind’ everything seemed to work in their favour. Until the career they had built for themselves started to collapse. Record labels dissolve. Members leave. Vans breakdown. Bones get broken. Things end. But once everything that can happen to you does, there are only two options left. Die. Or move on. Flood Of Red are moving on knowing that death might come at any moment, by any hand, so they have stripped away everything but the essentials, hopefully the only things you need to survive in the wilderness that is the 21st century music business. Powerful songs, a commitment to the road and the knowledge that it doesn’t come easy. In a time of quick success and forgotten failures Flood Of Red want to establish themselves with their own sound and vision and root themselves to that spot, even if it becomes their grave. Because once everything that can happen to you does, there is only one certainty. Ye die, ye die.”