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Red Lights Flash throw in the towel

According to their recent blog post, Austrian punk rockers Red Lights Flash have called it quits. The band had this to say about the break up:

Dear friends, we say good bye!

14 exciting years have passed since we met and found redlightsflash as a very versatile project, both musically and ideologically, which turned out to be way more successful and exciting than we thought. Today, still the same 4 guys, but 4 albums, 65 songs, 14 tours, 700 shows in 18 different countries later, we decided to break new grounds in our lives. We all look forward to these upcoming challenges and projects, but on the other hand it will get impossible to give Redlightsflash – our passion and family – the time it deserves. Recently, we had the chance to play the biggest shows in our history and we have recorded an album, that we simply love – and so we had the feeling this is the best moment to close the book. Or to quote Neil Young´s words: “It´s better to burn out than just to fade away.” The circle closes. We say good bye. The music stays. It all makes sense. So thank you and good night!

The band has also announced two farewell shows featuring political-rockers, Anti-Flag. You can find show dates here.



Music Video: Red Lights Flash – “The Tiniest Bit Of Truth”

Austrian punk band Red Lights Flash have posted the music video for their song The Tiniest Bit Of Truth and you can check it out right here.

The track appears on the band’s most recent release, For Your Safety, released last year.



Red Lights Flash: Download 3 songs off their upcoming album “For Your Safety” for free

for_your_safety_cd1To say thanks for all the support, Red Lights Flash put up 3 songs off their album “For Your Safety” dropping October 30th. You can download “The End Of History”, “Cities Burn”, and “For Your Safety” all for FREE. Just go to their website and within minutes the songs will be all yours.



Red Lights Flash post new song “Is this the place…?”

rlf_teaser_01Red Lights Flash have posted a new song, “Is This the Place,” on their MySpace page.  The band will be posting 15 new songs, one by one, exclusively on MySpace until the release date of their album, “For Your Safety,” on October 30th. Listen to the latest song here.

“Free,” Red Light Flash’s last album, was released September 21, 2004, on A-F Records.



New song up from Red Lights Flash-“Fool of Propaganda”

redlightsflashRed Lights Flash song of the week is “Fool of Propaganda”. Apparently, they are over the trends and this song portrays just that. You can hear it by heading to their MySpace page.

This track is off their upcoming album, “For Your Safety” due out October 30th (in Europe). Their last album, “Free..” was released in 2004 on A-F Records.



Download Red Lights Flash’s EP with songs from upcoming album “For Your Safety”

for_your_safety_cdYou can download Red Lights Flash‘s free EP featuring songs from their forthcoming full-length album “For Your Safety.” The album is due out October 30th (in Europe). The EP includes 3 songs called “The End of History,” “Cities Burn,” and “For Your Safety.” For your safety download the EP.

Red Lights Flash released their last album “Free” on A-F Records in 2004.



New track from Red Lights Flash – “A Rebel Without A Cause”

redlightsflashFor the last couple months Austrian punk band Red Lights Flash have been posting new songs from their upcoming, as yet untitled, album.  Today they have posted the track “A Rebel Without A Cause” and you can listen to it on the band’s MySpace page.

The album is due out October 30th (in Europe).

Red Lights Flash released their last album “Free” on A-F Records in 2004.



Video: “Cities Burn” by Red Lights Flash

redlightsflashAustria’s Red Lights Flash have premiered the video for “Cities Burn”.  The track appears on the band’s forthcoming album “For Your Safety” due out October 30th and you can watch it on the Full Story page.

The band’s last album, “Free…” was released on A-F Records in 2004.



Listen to “How Did We Let Things Get To This Point?” from Red Lights Flash

rfl2Red Lights Flash just uploaded their song “How Did We Let Things Get To This Point?” Described as a quiet and sad song, it’s a follow up to a song they released on their second album, “And Time Goes By” called “The Red Tape”. The song talked about issues with “global warming”, and the long debate of its existence. The band had the following to say about “How Did We Let Things Get To This Point?”:

“Nowadays, almost another 10 years later without a result, the last hope is gone for me honestly… . It is evidently that we cannot prevent climate change anymore. We can try to cut our losses, but all the forecasts of scientists around the world have proven right or have even been worse than they expected. We set off an avalanche we cannot control. And our kids will ask: “How did we let things get to this point?”

Head to the bands myspace page and check it out.



Part 7: History of Red Lights Flash

redlightsfash1If you are a fan of Red Lights Flash and have been following the history of the band in pictures, you can now check out Part 7.  If you haven’t been following, basically Christ- Off, one of the guitar players, created a blog series “”the history of redlightsflash in pictures.” They are all posted on the band’s myspace blog.

Their last album “Free…” came out on A-F Records in 2004.



Part 6: History Of Red Lights Flash in pictures

redlightsfashIf you’ve been keeping up with the blog series on The History Of Red Lights Flash in pictures, well we’ve got good new for ya! Christ – Off has just posted part 6 and it is up on the bands myspace blog. If you’ve missed out on the parts 1 through 5 relax, take a breath, because you can catch yourself up by visiting their blog.

Their last album “Free…” came out on A-F Records September 21st, 2004.



Red Lights Flash Uploads New Track “Snapshot”

a-f4One by one, Red Lights Flash continue to post new tracks from their upcoming album (which still has no name) due out October 30th. This month’s track is titled “Snapshot” and you can listen to it by going to the bands myspace page. Bass player Werner has also posted a blog About Snapshot which goes a little deeper into the meaning of the new song and also includes the lyrics.

Their last album “Free” was released in 2004 on A-F Records.



New track from Red Lights Flash “A Black Book – Letterbox Company”

redlightsflashAustrian punk band Red Lights Flash have posted another new song from their upcoming, as yet untitled, album.  The track is titled ‘A Black Book – Letterbox Company” and is just one in a series of tracks the band has uploaded over the last few months, though they only put up one at a time.  The album is due out October 30th and you can hear the track on the band’s myspace page.

Red Lights Flash released their last album “Free” on A-F Records in 2004.



Part 3: The history of Red Lights Flash in pictures

rfl1Christ-Off just added the third part to his photo series of the history of Red Lights Flash. So for all of you out there waiting for the next puzzle piece, wait no longer. You can check out some photo’s from their very first tour experiences through Europe on the band’s myspace page.

In 2004, they released “Free…” on A-F Records.



History of Red Lights Flash

rflChrist-Off from Red Lights Flash just posted the second part of his photo series, showing the history of the band. So if you wanted to get a visual of how things unfolded for these guys check out their myspace page.

Red Lights Flash released “Free…” on A-F Records in 2004. They are currently working on their follow up album which will be released on October 30, 2009.