One month ago, Crossfade confirmed to fans on Twitter that they are wrapping up their new record. Their last album, We All Bleed, came out in June 2011, and their upcoming fourth studio album has been in the making for some months now. Crossfade has been fairly quiet throughout most of the process, but yesterday singer Ed Sloan updated fans on the progress and the sound of the new music:
It’s great to know that the new songs are “close to the heart” – emotional, personal songs are often the best and most relatable. Ed Sloan and the rest of the band have always put their soul into all their songs, and the new album sounds like it will be no different.
Crossfade’s last album was noticeably darker than their first two records. The band has not yet confirmed the style and mood of the upcoming fourth album, but it’s sure to be a excellent, especially with it being so personal to Ed. We can’t wait to hear the new music!
Keep checking back for more updates on Crossfade’s new music, as well as the latest news from your other favorite artists.
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