Available in stores this week, the fourth studio album from Revere, Massachusetts' the Red Chord is out to the masses and just in time for the Halloween weekend this album is creepy down to the title -- or is it? Recently stated online, the album title was derived from the Discovery Channel show 'How It's Made.' When watching an episode about how zippers were made, they found it creepy enough to bring to the table. Produced by the band and mixed and mastered from Chris 'Zeuss' Harris the album is a clear indicator of maturity in musicianship that trademarks their deathcore sound. Yet it's also in this go-round that they've accented more melodies for a fluid groove track after track which leaves audiences wanting more.

Since recording their album in the middle of 2009, the band took care of business and set out to join labelmates Job for a Cowboy and Gwar for tour starting in October. Making their rounds up until early December of this year, no details have been released as of yet as to what's to come touring wise for the band in the new year. We'll keep our ears and eyes peeled to give you the news as it develops.

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