'A Letter Of Red' is the seventh album from Sabbath Assembly. The album, produced by Randall Dunn who last worked with the band on their debut 'Restored To One', marks a return to the shortened song form and tight production of their debut, while demonstrating ten years of songwriting prowess and lyrical advancement. The music on 'A Letter Of Red' owes more to the galloping hard rock of the '70s than the progressive meanderings of 'Rites Of Passage'. Dunn explains: "I tried to find the teenage occult heart of each of the musicians and center them in a place of unity around a familiar and yet futuristic sound. I imagined us all in the cosmos with '70s hi-fi headphones on riding a great winged beast airbrushed on the side of a chevy van."