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Below is our complete Crossfade news coverage, including columns and articles pertaining to the band. Some articles listed may be indirectly related, such as side projects of the band members, etc.
Note: We began associating news directly with bands in late 2003. Therefore, earlier band news may not be listed on this page.
Massachusetts act Diecast has posted the following message online about organizing a benefit show to help those affected by the recent bombing in Boston:
"Attention all band, promoter, and booking agent friends. Diecast is currently organizing a benefit concert with 100% of the proceeds going to the recent Boston Marathon Tragedy.
"The One Fund Boston has been set up to help those who were affected by the tragedy. I am asking that if you or a band you're in or a band you represent or heck a band you're just friends with, to reach out to us as we are looking to collect signed memorabilia with Boston Strong written on the items (ie drumheads, cd's, t-shirts, posters, etc.) The memorabilia is going to be needed to auction off at the benefit show.
"So far we have collected from my great friends in Crossfade, Rev Theory, Hollywood Undead, Diecast, Psychostick, and more... Need all the music community to step up here to do our part! All I ask is for a couple items. Hit me up if your band wants to help! They would be included in all the online ads, social media sites, band logo on the flyers, and their music played at the club during set changes, as well as in print ads! Hit me up ASAP and god bless!
"Let's show Boston how strong the music community is and what Boston means to the bands!!! Please email our management at email@example.com with ideas, questions, or comments. The show date will be determined in the coming weeks and of course will be in Boston. Also if you are in a local Boston band and are interested in playing on this show, please email management as well. Thanks!" More...
Band performance times have been announced for Epicenter — Southern California’s Rock Festival. The day-long rock festival set for Saturday, September 24th at Verizon Wireless Amphitheater in Irvine, CA, will feature 12 hours of rock music with performances from 15 bands on two stages.
The lineup includes: Limp Bizkit, Staind, Papa Roach, Five Finger Death Punch, Buckcherry, Puddle Of Mudd, Skillet, Everlast, RED, P.O.D., Asking Alexandria, Redlight King, Middle Class Rut, Crossfade and Drive A. Epicenter marks the first Southern California show for headliners Limp Bizkit in over a decade and their first American live performance of 2011. Band performance times are as follows (set times subject to change):
EPICENTER Main Stage
9:50 PM Limp Bizkit
8:50 PM Staind
8:00 PM Papa Roach
7:10 PM Five Finger Death Punch
6:20 PM Buckcherry
5:40 PM Puddle Of Mudd
5:05 PM Skillet
4:30 PM Everlast
4:00 PM RED
The Monster Energy Stage
3:15 PM P.O.D.
2:25 PM Asking Alexandria
1:40 PM Redlight King
12:55 PM Middle Class Rut
12:10 PM Crossfade
11:30 AM Drive A
Columbia, South Carolina alternative metal act Crossfade has announced the addition of drummer Mark Castillo of Bury Your Dead to the group's ranks.The band's third album, "We All Bleed," is set for release on April 12, 2011 through Eleven Seven Music.
Crossfade has released the music video for the track "Killing Me Inside." The song is the first single from the upcoming Eleven Seven Music album "We All Bleed." Watch the video below:
Saliva will be doing a tour with Crossfade and opening for 3 Days Grace and Buckcherry on select dates. Tour dates are as follows:
January 23 - Las Vegas, NV @ House of Blues
January 25 - Tempe, AZ @ The Marquee Theatre
January 30 - Corpus Christi, TX @ Concrete Street Amphitheatre
January 31 - Houston, TX @ Scout Bar
February 1 - Dallas, TX @ Palladium Ballroom
February 2 - Amarillo, TX Aztec Music Hall- Opening for Buckcherry & 3 Days Grace
February 3 - Lubbock, TX The Pavilion- Opening for Buckcherry & 3 Days Grace
February 6 - Waco, TX @ Graham Central Station
February 7 - Fayetteville, AR @ George's Majestic Lounge
February 9 - Wichita, KS @ The Cotillion
February 11 - Columbia, MO @ Blue Note
February 13 - Urbana, IL @ Canopy Club
February 15 - Libertyville, IL @ Austin's
February 16 - Mokena, IL @ Pearl Room
February 17 - Saint Paul, MN @ The Rock
February 20 - Columbus, OH @ Newport Music Hall
February 21 - Traverse City, MI @ Streeter's
February 22 - Flint, MI @ Machine Shop
February 23 - Detroit, MI @ State Theatre
March 20 - Tallahassee, FL @ Floyd's Music Store
March 21 - Baton Rouge, LA @ Varsity Theatre
March 22 - Fort Walton Beach, FL @ The Swamp
March 23 - Huntsville, AL @ Sammy T's
March 24 - Little Rock, AR @ Clear Channel Metroplex
March 25 - Nashville, TN @ Exit / In
April 7 - Richmond, VA @ International Raceway
April 27 - Cherokee, NC @ Cherokee Ceremonial Grounds
April 28 - Zephyrhills, FL @ Festival Park
April 29 - Orlando, FL @ Tinker Field
Crossfade are out with the video to their new single 'Drown You Out', from the album 'Falling Away'. You can watch it at Yahoo! Music.
ALICE IN CHAINS, STONE SOUR and AVENGED SEVENFOLD are among the confirmed bands for BuzzFest XVIII, set to take place Sunday, October 8 at the Woodlands Pavilion in Houston, Texas. The festival billing is shaping up as follows:
ALICE IN CHAINS
THE PANIC CHANNEL
RED JUMPSUIT APPARATUS
BOYS LIKE GIRLS
Tickets go on sale Saturday, August 26 at 10:00 a.m. through Ticketmaster or LiveNation.com.
CROSSFADE have released the video for their new single 'Invincible' from their new album ''Fallling Away'' on Columbia Records on August 29 at this location.
Seether will be releasing a special live acoustic CD/DVD this summer entitled "One Cold Night," which will be in stores on July 11th, 2006. The songs were recorded at Philadelphia's Grape Street and features hits from Disclaimer, Disclaimer II, and Karma and Effect.
In addition, the DVD portion contains an in-depth interview with the band, the video for "The Gift," a behind-the-scenes look at "The Gift" video shoot, and a photo gallery with shots from the performance. The official track listing is as follows:
2. Driven Under
6. Tied My Hands
8. Fine Again
10. The Gift
12. Plastic Man
13: The Gift (Alternate mix)
Seether heads back out on the road in May, starting in Canada and then continuing on to the US in June. The confirmed tour dates are as follows: More...
This year’s X-fest was held at Harris Riverfront Park on Sept 17th. It was a beautiful Saturday afternoon on the banks of the Ohio River. As with the year before, there were two stages, one for the headlining acts and one for the “Loud and Local” acts. This year’s big pull and headliner was Seether.
I arrived at the show late by about an hour or so, missing some of the opening acts on both stages. As with last years show I was given the run around regarding my photo-pass which should have been waiting for me at the front gate. Though this year it didn’t take an hour to figure out I was on this list, which was miss placed at the will call window and I only back tracked once. More...
Shaun Morgan will be doing an online chat with the Milwaukee Journal before the band takes the stage at the Milwaukee Summerfest on Tuesday July 5th. You can submit your questions here. (Remember that we did an interview with Shaun and Pat not too long ago as well) You can follow the online chat in the Milwaukee Journal Summerfest Section on Tuesday at 1pm ET / 12pm CT.
Seether is on the road all summer long, and here are the confirmed dates so far: More...
Chevelle is set to headline SnoCore 2005 this year with Helmet, Crossfade, Future Leaders of the World and Strata. The tour begins January 22 in Vail, CO and ends March 13 Orlando, FL.
SnoCore 2005 dates: More...
"We're going to be headlining SnoCore 2005, which starts in January in Vail, Colorado," Chevelle drummer Sam Loeffler said. "The guys who organize it wanted us to be a part, and they wanted our input in who we want on the tour with us. So we're going to be playing with Helmet and Crossfade."
In the time off between ending their trek with Korn and headlining the annual winter tour, Chevelle will spend time in their Chicago studio, where they have a host of projects lined up: re-recording "The Clincher," the second single off their album This Type of Thinking (Could Do Us In), and maybe, just maybe, a solo acoustic album by Sam's brother, lead singer Pete Loeffler.
"We're going to be doing a whole lot in our studio. We want to record a live version of 'The Clincher' to send to radio stations along with the album version," Sam Loeffler said. "And Pete is going to do his own record. He's got seven to 10 acoustic songs already written, and it's really cool. Some of them are songs Pete originally wrote as Chevelle songs, but he figured that they'd be better off as intimate acoustic ones."
Sam said that his brother is planning a two-week solo acoustic tour sometime in 2005. But first there's SnoCore, and, of course, shooting a video for "The Clincher," This Type of Thinking's crunching opening tune.
"It's such a big, badass song, so the video has got to be equally badass," Loeffler said. "I've got some ideas for videos, but they're all really expensive. And my ideas always involve running from the cops. Which, actually, might be a really good fit for this song."
Locobazooka 2004 is returning to the Fitchburg Municipal Airport this year for 2 full days of music lasting from September 25th through the 26th. Confirmed so far are the following artists:
...with more TBA.
Crossfade, the Swedish band featuring vocalist Göran Edman (Yngwie Malmsteen, Street Talk, Kharma, Madison), are scheduled to release their debut album, "White on Blue", on April 5 through MTM Music.
Joining Edman in the new group are Per Lindvall on drums, Sven Lindvall on bass, Lars Hallbäck on guitars, and Richard Stenström on keyboards. The CD was recorded at Eller Studio and was mixed by Ronny Lahti (Europe, Roxette) at the Megaphone facility. Mastering was done by Björn Engelman at the Cutting Room.
"White on Blue" track listing:
01. The Day The Music Died
02. Did You Really
03. Vanity Fair
05. A Deeper Shade Of Love
06. Thorns Of Life
07. Loving Eyes
09. Don't Really Matter