Red Line Chemistry are ready to take the next step up the rock ladder, recently completing their first disc with acclaimed rock producer Nick Raskulinecz. The album, titled 'Tug of War,' is on schedule for an April 30 release date.

Red Line Chemistry got their first taste of working with Raskulinecz when the producer oversaw their single 'Unspoken,' which served as a bridge from the success of their 'Dying for a Living' album to the new record.

Guitarist Andy Breit says of the new music, "About half the songs are heavy and aggressive, while the others are more subdued and musical. Those dynamics colliding has a lot to do with why we chose 'Tug of War' as the album title."

Frontman Brett Ditgen chimes in, "We wrote this record as a democracy. We have a foundation to work through our differences when we are writing and recording. It's about finding a balance and trying to make it come together in a way that makes all five of us happy with the result. If we can do that, we feel other people will be happy with the result, as well."

Look for Red Line Chemistry back on the road this May, with appearances scheduled for the Rock on the Range, Rocklahoma and Carolina Rebellion festivals.