Crossfade Promises To Share New Songs This Week!

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Crossfade has been in the studio working on the follow-up to 2011’s We All Bleed since last year, and it looks like fans can hear some new songs sooner than later! Singer Ed Sloan took to Facebook last night to propose the idea:

After receiving plenty of excited replies and likes from fans, Ed returned to Facebook this morning, this time promising new music in the next couple of days!

It has been over 3 years since Crossfade released their last album. In June this year, Ed Sloan revealed that the band was currently wrapping up the new record. He also talked about recording vocals for the emotional new songs at the end of June. It sounds like they’re pouring their hearts into this 4th record!

Crossfade never disappoints, and it will be exciting to hear a new song in just a few days! This will give us a good idea of what to expect to hear on the full album once it comes out. More Crossfade news is just around the corner, so keep checking back here for more updates on Crossfade and your other favorite bands.

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3 thoughts on “Crossfade Promises To Share New Songs This Week!

  • November 26, 2014 at 6:36 am
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    Do you have a follow up with the name of the new song? Did it happen? I am craving new alternative music.

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      • November 26, 2014 at 7:27 am
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        Thanks for the info! I guess I’ll just have to wait longer! IMO Linkin Park’s new album was a bit disappointing, so I don’t mind Crossfade waiting a while to give fans some good quality. Thanks again.

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