Hailing from Birmingham in the UK, Redline are instilled with traditional hard rock values and a background of motorcycle culture which gives their music its distinctive character... raw, direct songs delivering a powerful mix of melody & aggression.
Redline's King of the Mountain, released when the band formed in 2006, has already been adopted as the unofficial anthem for The Isle of Man TT Road Races achieving A list radio plays and a high profile on the rock club circuit.
This year No Limits, taken from Redline's forthcoming debut album, Ignition, has been rewarded with an enthusiastic response from rock & bike fans alike, gaining wide airplay at the 60,000 strong TT Centenary celebrations.
Redline recently gigged to a full house at The Carling Academy in Birmingham for the Annual, National Ink & Iron Custom Show and are currently in the process of organising dates to promote the release of their debut album Ignition, available online from www.redlinerock.com.
Redline will be playing at the Motor Cycle News/Kerrang Radio! festival at Butlins, Skegness on Saturday 13th October.
Redline Band Biography
Drummer Mark Biddiscombe was previously with Metal band CHAINSAW who released the EP ?Police & Politicians? on Square Records. Bass player Martin Orum from Welsh rockers WITHERED MAN later joined CHAINSAW and both Mark and Martin were subsequently drafted in by NWOBHM band BITCHES SIN to provide the rythmn section for ?Predator?, the album released by Paul Birch?s Heavy Metal Records .
Seeking a change of direction Mark and Martin sought the talents of Guitarist Adrian Yeomans (aka A.D.) and Paul Bridgewater from SLOWBURNER, to form AOR band TAPANZEE, who?s music was hailed by BBC?s Tommy Vance as ...?Rock of exceptional quality!? An album, ?Tourniquet? was recorded at Muff Murfin?s Old Smithy Studios in Kempsey, but never released.
REDLINE opened their account in 2006 with the EP ?King Of The Mountain? released on their own Antarctic Records label. The success of the title track has led to the debut album ?Ignition? with Liam Doherty taking over the vocal duties from Paul Bridgewater.
Liam has been involved in many projects, as both session vocalist and independently as a vocalist in his own right. "Idol Rich" released the EP "Working Girls" featuring both Liam's vocals & his co writing talents alongside guitarists Tim Jones and Nick Burr. Later Liam was the writing force & vocalist behind the band "Love & War". Winning the BBC's Friday Rock show gaining acclaim from the show's Tommy Vance & great reviews from Rock press icons Metal Hammer & Metal Forces.
Following Love and War Liam took some time out to pursue other writing & recording projects looking all the while for "just the right" band before taking up the post of vocalist for REDLINE in January 2007 when work started on writing the debut album.
Recording ?Ignition? began in March 2007 at Mark Stuart?s MadHat Studios in Coven and scheduled to finish in May due to his touring commitments with Magnum. The final mix was handled by accomplished producer Sheena Sear.