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Crossfade Singer Explains New Song ‘Dear Cocaine’
The past couple of years have been a trying time for Crossfade. During that time, the South Carolina rockers got dropped by their label, lost a few members, and had their vocalist-guitarist Ed Sloan fall into a prolonged depression. Today, Crossfade have re-emerged with a new and improved lineup, announcing that they have signed with Eleven Seven Music, home to Buckcherry and Papa Roach... Read M
Crossfade Are Reborn on ‘We All Bleed’ — Video Exclusive
Once upon a time, when a band went platinum, it meant that they would have their label's full creative and financial support for their next couple of records. In 2004, South Carolina melodic rockers Crossfade were on a roll. Their self-titled debut album spawned three hit radio singles and sold well over 1 million copies...
Crossfade, ‘We All Bleed’ — New Album
South Carolina's Crossfade have revealed that they will release their third album, 'We All Bleed,' on Oct. 26 through Eleven Seven. After two albums -- 2004's self-titled, platinum debut, which yielded the ubiquitous and moody single 'Cold,' and 2007's 'Falling Always' -- released via the major label system at Columbia, Crossfade are going indie again...
Crossfade’s Tony Byroads Resurfaces in Undivided
Remember Crossfade? The neo-grunge hard rockers who scored a massive hit in 2004 with the single "Cold" before fading from view? It's all coming back to you, right? The infectious, "I never meant to be so cold?" chorus is filling your cranium, isn't it...