Portland Industrial trip-hop rockers Twenty Shades of Red have just released their breakthrough album “Medusozoa” along with a stunning music video to coincide with the first single “The Big Climb.”
The industrial-ish, electronic rock quartet is determined to make a mark on the music world. Local trendsetting Portland radio station 94.7 KNRK has already began frequently spinning “The Big Climb” and with a substantial list of online radio stations showing the first single a lot of love, attention toward the band has been growing exponentially. Fans are excited, venue owners and promoters are stoked. Twenty Shades of Red is looking to set a new standard of what it means to be an independent artist.
"Striking production featuring a blend of dark grooves and organic electronics. The ebb and flow is evocative of A Perfect Circle with a taste of Dubstep for good measure." - Gustav 94/7 KNRK
Recently working with the music video gurus at Sky’s Edge Film to create a beautifully abstract video shot against the pristine backdrop of the pacific northwest. “The Big Climb” depicts the balance of elements in a world being consumed by technology. Twenty Shades of Red has been captivating audiences with haunting melodies, crushing industrial beats and a groove that is undeniable. Delivering an unprecedented live performances and already having a single gaining notoriety on a global level, this promises to be one act not to miss.
With 2013 coming to an end and most of it being spent writing and recording “Medusozoa” the Twenty Shaders have their sights set high heading into the new year. “We’re attempting to reshape the perceptions of what an independent artist can achieve,” says the band. With a rock-solid album and breathtaking video under their belt, look for Twenty Shades of Red to make a big noise in 2014.