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Hometown Crossfade fans will recognize the majority of this eponymous major-label debut, as it's been retooled from the band's self-released 2001 effort, when they were still known as Sugardaddy Superstar. Columbia's signing of the band makes sense, as Crossfade combines the most marketable elements of Nickelback and P.O.D. (check "No Giving Up"), throwing in the brooding aggression of Cold and Disturbed as bonus glue. Its occasional flirtation with synths and sampling is negligible, as discordant guitars dominate the album's mix. Speaking of cold, that's also the name of the 'Fade's first single. Ed Sloan has a powerful voice, and he sells the track's somewhat generic chorus ("What I really meant to say/Is that I'm sorry for the way I am") by really lighting into the melody. He goes on to apologize for his "screwed-up side" as dull power chords lurch in the background. "So Far Away" and "Disco" follow a similar formula, marrying thick, glowering riffs to rousing choruses; that Disturbed feel really drifts in on the latter, where you half expect an "Oh wah ah ah ah!" yawp after its payoff chorus chant. Crossfade actually runs into trouble with tracks like this or "Death Trend Setta," where they try too hard to soak their considerable rock power in played-out angry guy raps. The band is more successful with cuts like "Starless," the aforementioned "Cold," or even the atmospheric "Deep End," where Sloan hits huge vocal hooks over serviceably powerful riffs. "Dead Skin" is another relative highlight of Crossfade. Musically it's an awkward facsimile of Staind's embittered melodrama, but its tale of addiction and relationship destruction feels like the record's emotional core.

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Too bad Crossfade's new album isen't as good as this!! ;p

I was really young when this came 11 maybe; and I was still in my bubble-gum pop phase, therefore I had no idea who Crossfade was. But boy I wish I would've. I just discovered this like last year, and I thought that cold and colors were amaaaazing! After listening to most of this, I listened to the previews of their new album, and it was very disappointing to me, so I didn't even bother to buy any of it. But anywho...back to this album. Crossfade is very good, reminds me of P.O.D. the lead singers voice is very unique//although some of the songs are a little...umm...random, maybe. Like "Starless", the opening track...I hate the bridge on this song!!! My two favorit esongs would have to be "Cold" and "Colors". The lyrics are great and the songs are very deep. Oh...and to the reviewer who said "Seriously, Cold?? Whats next, warm? Luke Warm?" shut your mouth and listen to the lyrics of the song, which you probably havn't considering that you wrote that retarded review. Buy the album, its great with the exception of a few songs.....

Acoustic version ROCKS!

is the acoustic version on iTunes yet because it's a great alternative to the original version. way more mellow when you feel like winding down instead of rockin out! iTunes NEEDS to get it.

Like I said. This is Crossfade.

If a song is hard, it packs a punch. If it's slow, it's still really good. That was the main idea behind this album and not behind the preceding "Falling Away." I liked this album a lot.


Se formó en: Columbia, SC

Género: Rock

Años de actividad: '90s, '00s, '10s

Hard rock/heavy metal band Crossfade is based in Columbia, SC, where its members reside. The group came together in the late '90s with the merging of singer/guitarist Ed Sloan with bassist/backup singer Mitch James and drummer Brian Geiger as the power trio the Nothing. Sloan, a Columbia native, had begun taking piano lessons at eight and been attracted to grunge and heavy metal music, joining his first band, Darkchilde, in the eighth grade. By the time he began attending the University of South...
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