COLD Prepare To Enter Studio To Record "Year Of The Spider"

COLD have completed the songwriting process for their new album, entitled Year Of The Spider, and will enter Bay 7 Studios in Los Angeles, California in July to begin recording the effort with producer Howard Benson (i.e. SEPULTURA, P.O.D., SKINDRED) for a tentative October 29th release through Geffen Records. 13 songs will reportedly be tracked for the album, including "Check Please" and "Kurt", the latter of which was written as a tribute to late NIRVANA frontman Kurt Cobain. As previously reported, Year Of The Spider will feature guest appearances from NONPOINT singer Elias Soriano and DOLLSHEAD's Sierra Swan, and will feature a much more melodic direction than in the past—"more like a heavy SADE record," according to singer Scooter Ward.

COLD will be playing the following shows during June:

Jun. 04 - Saratoga Springs, NY @ Saratoga Performing Arts Center
Jun. 24 - Cincinnati, OH @ Riverbend Music Center


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