Red Line Chemistry has returned with a new song, and the rise up the charts is unprecedented for the Kansas City-based quintet.   Produced by Nick Raskulinecz and Matt Hyde,   “Unspoken” raced in to the Top 40 at rock radio in two weeks, quickly rising to #1 at KHTQ in Spokane, WA.   In additional markets that include Phoenix, Kansas City, and Madison, the track is a generating an immediate response.   Currently, “Unspoken” sits at number 36 on the charts, on its way to the solidifying the band’s prominence at the active rock format.
Red Line Chemistry will hit the road in June and July, and then return to the studio in August to complete the band’s follow-up to Dying For A Living.   The new album is tentatively scheduled for release late this year.   On working with Raskulinecz and Hyde, guitarist Andrew Breit shared, “Nick and Matt are true pros and great guys. They have shown undeniable knowledge and savvy in helping us achieve our sonic vision for these tracks. Recording with them has been very rewarding…and we can’t wait to finish the record and show the world what we’ve been up to. ”   In reference to the songs themselves, Singer Brett Ditgen adds, “We are gelling as a band and the writing process has been more collective on the new material.     We spent time letting ideas breathe and evolve organically. Some ending up at completely unexpected destinations than originally intended.”

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