COLD On Little Rock's 100.3 THE EDGE: Audio Interview, Acoustic Performance Footage Available
Matt Cruz of the Arkansas radio station 100.3 The Edge (web site) conducted an interview with Jacksonville, Florida hard rockers COLD on March 17, 2010 before the band's show at Juanita's in Little Rock. The chat is now available for streaming using the audio player below.
Video footage of COLD performing an acoustic version of the new song "Welcome To My World" at the 100.3 The Edge studios on March 17, 2010 can be viewed at this location.
COLD is putting finishing touches on its fifth album, "Epic" for a July release via SonicStar Records. Two of the new songs — "My Religion" and "Welcome To My World" — have already made their way online.
COLD released its self-titled debut album in the summer of 1998. After steadily building a solid touring base, the band returned in 2000 with its sophomore effort, "13 Ways to Bleed on Stage", which peaked at #1 on Billboard's Heatseekers chart and brought the band its first appearance within the Top 100 on The Billboard 200 chart. In 2003, COLD scored its biggest hit to date with "Stupid Girl" (co-written by WEEZER's Rivers Cuomo) off "Year of the Spider". The smash single went to #4 at Mainstream Rock and #6 at Modern Rock. "Year of the Spider" went all the way to #3 on The Billboard 200 chart, followed by "A Different Kind of Pain" in 2005, which went to #26 on the same chart.
Scooter Ward (Vocals, Keyboards, Guitar)
Zach Gilbert (Guitar)
Jeremy Marshall (Bass, Vocals)
Sam McCandless (Drums)
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