South Carolina’s Crossfade will be playing Rock On The Range this Saturday, May 21st.  Scheduled to play at 2:30 p.m. on the f.y.e Stage (subject to change), don’t miss your opportunity to watch the band play old hits and new songs off their album We All Bleed, out June 21st on Eleven Seven Music.  If you’re not going to be at ROTR, Crossfade have added a batch of June tour dates to their touring plans.  See below if they will be playing a city near you! 


5/19 – Spatanburg, SC @ Ground Zero

5/20 – Charlotte, NC @ Amos’ Southend

5/21 – Columbus, OH @ Rock On The Range

5/23 – Battle Creek, MI @ Planet Live Music

5/24 – Flint, MI @ The Machine Shop

5/26 – Allentown, PA  @ Crocodile Rock

5/27 – Uncastville, CT @ Mohegan Sun Casino/Wolf Den

5/28 – Lancaster, PA Chameleon Club

6/4   – West Palm Beach, FL @ Roxy’s Saloon

6/5   – St. Petersburg, FL @ Local 622

6/8   – Tulsa, OK @ The Marquee

6/9   – Favetteville, AR @ George’s Majestic Lounge

6/10 – Little Rock, AR @ Juanita’s

6/12 – Lafavette, LA @ Nite Town

6/13 – Ruston, LA @ 3 Docs Brew House

6/14 – Montgomery, AL @ Rock Bottom American Pub

6/15 – Greensboro, NC @ Blind Tiger

6/16 – Johnson City, TN @ Capone’s

6/18 – Louisville, KY @ Phoenix Hill Tavern

6/19 – Baltimore, MD @ Ram’s Head Live

6/23 – Dayton, OH @ McGuffy’s House of Rock

For one week only, Crossfade are offering a FREE MP3 download of “Killing Me Inside,” the first single off We All Bleed.  Download the track by going to the band’s Facebook page and “Liking” them.

“Killing Me Inside” | MP3 Download

CrossfadeTV Webisode Series | Installment 2

We All Bleed, the band’s third album, delves into familiar lyrical themes of betrayal and isolation, but there’s also more than a hint of renewal and resolution.  “A lot has changed over the past three years,” says lead vocalist and co-songwriter Ed Sloan.  “Being down and out is something I’ve had to confront like never before. There’s been pain, but I’ve also learned to dwell less on the negative, so there’s a feeling of rebirth, too.”

The album’s 10 tracks, produced by the band, maintain the sonic thunderclap of Crossfade’s previous efforts, while propelling its guitar-grinding signature with a tapestry of orchestration and programming, and a flourish of keyboards, thanks to the addition of guitarist Les Hall and drummer Mark Castillo to the permanent line-up, alongside Sloan and bassist Mitch James. 

The Rock Tribune’s album review for Crossfade’s We All Bleed is coming soon!

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