RIVERRED: 'Industry' Demo Available For Download

Pacific Northwest rock act RIVERRED have made available for download all five songs from their new industry demo, entitled "Agricultural Real Estate Purchase". Mixed and mastered by rock kingpin Jack Endino (NIRVANA, SOUNDGARDEN, GRUNTRUCK), the demo was produced by singer/guitarist James Francis and RIVERRED and engineered by Chris Hanson (VIO-LENCE, THE SERVANTS).

The new demo comes hot on the heels of the band's self-released first album, "Save Myself", which featured guest appearances by Tom Niemyer (GRUNTRUCK, THE ACCUSED) and Phil Demmel (MACHINE HEAD) and garnered much fan and critical support.

RIVERRED will begin shopping the demo to interested labels shortly.

The five songs available for download are as follows:

01. Bought the Farm (mp3)
02. Prove (mp3)
03. Crashed (mp3)
04. Save Myself (mp3)
05. Shot In the Head (mp3)


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