When November Falls
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After calling it quits in February, then deciding to just take a break in April, Cold has now called it quits once again. In a MySpace blog, Scooter Ward stated that none of the band members speak to one another and they have pretty much "disappeared".
Ward's new project, When November Falls, will release their first album titled 'The Series of Emotion' next year.
COLD frontman Scooter Ward has changed the name of his solo project to WHEN NOVEMBER FALLS from the previously announced THE WITCH. The singer/songwriter will enter the studio on Novemebr 1 to begin recording the project's debut album, tentatively titled "The Series of Emotion". A tentative March 2007 release is expected. In the meantime, you can check out demo versions of the songs "Symphony for a Mad World" and "Let the Rain Begin" at the WHEN NOVEMBER FALLS MySpace page.
COLD's fourth album, "A Different Kind of Pain", was released in August 2005 via Atlantic Records. The band has since parted ways with the label.
Total Rock reports that The Witch, the band featuring Cold members Scooter Ward (vocals) and Scott McCandless (drums), are to release their debut, as yet untitled album in March. More details to follow.
Early this year, Scooter Ward announced that Cold was finished after disappointing sales performance of the band's fourth album, "A Different Kind of Pain," but later stated that "Cold will take a break" as he continues work on the Witch. "Cold will be back soon," Ward wrote. "This, for me, is the best of both worlds. The more music, the better."
Former COLD members Scooter Ward (vocals) and Sam McCandless (drums) have set THE WITCH as the name of their new project. No further details are currently available regarding the band's lineup or musical direction.
COLD officially called it quits in February after nearly a decade as a band. Ward wrote a post on the band's web site titled "The Day the Music Died," which read in part, "When you put a song out on the radio, it is what it is. It's a gamble on your life and your career and your hope. People just didn't react the way we had hoped they would. ... But instead of having someone tell us that it's over, we choose to tell them instead. We bled on those tracks and the label just didn't see what they had. The industry today is too jaded and fake." Ward also hinted that a COLD DVD could be forthcoming.