The Red Jumpsuit Apparatus plan to drop their new LP 'Lonely Road' on February 3 and after that will hit the road for international tour, which is going to include several dates in Asia and Australia.
The Red Jumpsuit Apparatus have completed recording new materials for their second major-label studio effort "Lonely Road". They are scheduled to release the Howard Benson-produced album on February 3 across U.S.
In regard of the new record, lead vocalist Ronnie Winter says the album will bring similar sounds to their previous album "Don't You Fake It". "We're really psyched about these tracks and the new record and hope you are, too," he states. "Just like 'Don't You Fake It', you can be sure 'Lonely Road' will tie together these and a bunch of other sounds in a classic, but new-and-improved RJA-sounding way."
"Lonely Road" is aimed to follow up the band's 2007 studio effort "Don't You Fake It", which has scanned over a million copies in the U.S. to date. Led by single "You Better Pray", it becomes their first LP since guitarist Elias Reidy left the band "to pursue his own music."
In support of their soon-to-be-released LP, The Red Jumpsuit Apparatus will embark on international tour. They will head up to a number of South East Asian countries in late February and March and will also play in several major cities in Australia; Brisbane, Sydney, Melbourne, Adelaide and Perth.
Details on their forthcoming roadshow are expected to be announced soon. In the meantime, fans can listen to "You Better Pray", "Represent" as well as "Pen and Paper", the singles taken from their upcoming LP, on their MySpace.