Red's End of Silence has rightfully drawn comparisons to bands like Linkin Park, Blindside and Chevelle, but I'm immediately reminded of Thousand Foot Krutch augmented by more strings and a little more screamo flavor.
Songs like Let Go and Lost offer plenty of variety in tempo and intensity. The lyrics are more about search and struggle than about solutions, with indirect references to God, as in Breathe Into Me:
Breathe your life into me / I still need you / I'm falling, falling / Breathe into me
Red can draw you in with sparse piano arrangements supplemented by gentle strings in a song like Pieces and then crank up the guitars and vocals for songs like Break Me Down. End of Silence should appeal to anyone who likes the bands mentioned earlier.