CROSSBREED Announces Australian Tour Dates

Florida-based metal act CROSSBREED will embark on a tour of Australia in April. The dates are as follows:

Apr. 10 - Queensland Raceway - Willowbank, Queensland
Apr. 12 - Queensland Raceway - Willowbank, Queensland
Apr. 16 - The Gaelic Club - Sydney (Surry Hills), New South Wales
Apr. 17 - Parramatta Park - Parramatta, New South Wales
Apr. 22 - The Corner Hotel - Richmond (Melbourne), Victoria
Apr. 25 - Calder Park Raceway - Keilor, Victoria

CROSSBREED will release its long-awaited new album, "KE 101", on May 19 via Driven Music Group, Inc. — the Phoenix, Arizona-based music label and entertainment company created by Brian "Head" Welch, a founding member, songwriter and guitarist from the multi-platinum rock band KORN.

"K.E. 101" is expected to include the following songs (in no particular order):

* Hollow
* End of Days
* The Calling
* Superstition
* Saints of Grey
* Beg
* Nothing
* Deliverence
* Control
* Kill Everything
* Emote

Check out the song, "Hollow", on the band's MySpace page.

It was a radio show hosted by Tampa's WXTB in early 2000 that landed a CROSSBREED demo in the hands of the Canadian metal band KITTIE, who brought the tape to the attention of its then-label Artemis Records. CROSSBREED signed a deal soon after, spending the latter part of the year holed up in a New York City studio where they wrote and recorded the songs that would become 2001's "Synthetic Division". The album went on to sell over 50,000 copies in the United States, while the band continued to tour across the country.


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