Fan-filmed video footage of the reunited lineup of COLD — Scooter Ward on vocals, Jeremy Marshall on bass, Terry Balsamo on guitar and Sam McCandless on drums — performing on March 24, 2009 at the Blender Theater in New York City can be viewed below. The entire performance is available at ColdArmy.com.COLD's long-awaited new studio album is tentatively due in the fall on Sonic Star Records. COLD's current tour kicked off on March 17 in Atlanta, Georgia. Support on the trek is coming from the Pennsylvania rock band THE DRAMA CLUB and THE KILLER AND THE STAR, the new project created by COLD's Scooter Ward. Ward originally announced COLD's break-up in February 2006, only to have a change of heart in April of that same year. In November 2006, he once again announced the group's decision to disband, explaining, "We had a great career and played together for over 20 years. We were blessed to make music and let it be heard." COLD's fourth album, "A Different Kind of Pain", was released in August 2005 via Atlantic Records. The video for the album's single "Happens All the Time" can be viewed below. Ward told Launch Radio Networks in 2005 that he went through all kinds of pain before making the "A Different Kind pf Pain" disc: his fiancée left him, he entered rehab, two guitarists departed COLD, and the band split with their label. Worst of all, Ward's sister was given two months to live in a battle with cancer.
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