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The Artificial Red / Press

“The Artificial Red is a local band with a National mind set. They are all in, and it shows. They have what it takes to take it to the next level because they are willing to give it all up for a dream, to give all it takes and then a little more. Recording their song "Havok" for them to take to Los Angeles was a real pleasure. The guys were willing to take my suggestions on recording techniques, production, and arrangement ideas, and truly built a hit song. Not a lot of bands are willing to put in the work to do that. I know that one day I'll be saying " I know those guys! They recorded at Rundown studios in 2013!" You have to experience The Artificial Red......You won't be sorry.”

Paul Schneider- Owner/producer - Rundown Studios

"It is said that not everyone grows up to be a professional athlete, astronaut, or rock star, but the guys from The Artificial Red aim to prove that wrong - the rock star thing not the astronaut."

Tony Davis - Seven Eight Five Magazine

"Then you write what you will later call - with the convincing confidence of a self made man - one of the best albums you have ever heard."

Alex Garrison - Lawrence Journal World

“Killer City Klothing designs rock-centered apparel to promote rock bands and musicians nationwide. We are proud to support the Kansas based rock band The Artificial Red as they grow and surpass expectations! T.A.R. Rocks!”

Del Rogers' CEO/Designer Killer City Klothing - Killer City Klothing

“Take some time and really listen to these musicians. I know something special when i hear it. Like Hendrix at woodstock. These guys are currently causing big time music label battles. Let see who winds up on top. One thing for sure - these guy's are going to have to be reckoned with. I've been in the Biz for a long time, and Lawrence has a long history of putting out musicians who can play with anybody.”

Jon Fenick - Fan