It’s been a few years now since we’ve heard anything of Scottish post-rock/post-hardcore outfit, Flood Of Red, but it looks like that may be changing pretty soon if their socials are anything to go by.
The band recently made some adjustments to their Facebook page (here), replacing both their profile photo and header banner with a completely black image. Not only that, but they’ve also added a link to a new and currently blank Instagram account.
There hasn’t been any other activity from the band beyond this, but history from other acts tells us that bands only do this if they have a big announcement coming.
Though Flood Of Red never officially announced that they have disbanded or parted ways, the band have been inactive for the best part of three years, performing some of their last shows in 2016.
Flood Of Red initially rose into prominence in the late 2000s in the peak years of MySpace, thanks to their debut EP, ‘Lost In The Light’, and a heavy touring schedule, performing alongside the likes of The Blackout and Pierce The Veil.
The band’s last release was their 2014 sophomore album, ‘Throw’, which followed up their 2009 debut, ‘Leaving Everything Behind’.
It’s also worth noting that this year marks the 10-year anniversary since the release of their debut record, so could well be preparing to announce a tour to celebrate that milestone.
More details on what’s going on with Flood Of Red will be confirmed as it develops.
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