COLD Singer Debuts New Music On Florida Radio Station: Audio Available

COLD frontman Scooter Ward stopped by Jacksonville, Florida's Planet Radio 93.3 FM station on Thursday (March 24) to talk about the band's new album, "The Calm That Killed a Storm", and to play a few tracks from the upcoming CD.

The follow-up to 2003's "Year of the Spider", "The Calm That Killed a Storm" was recorded in part at Bearsville studios in Bearsville, New York with producer Michael "Elvis" Baskette (CHEVELLE, IGGY POP) and was mixed by Ben Grosse (FILTER, FUEL, SEVENDUST, ALTER BRIDGE).

According to Ward, "The Calm That Killed a Storm" is scheduled for release in June via Atlantic Records. The first single, "Happens All the Time", will precede the album in late April. A second single, "Different Kind of Pain", will follow later in the year.

To download Planet Radio's entire 37-minute interview with Scooter Ward, including radio-broadcast-quality MP3s of four complete new cuts — "Back Home", "Happens All the Time", "Different Kind of Pain" and "God's Song" — visit COLD's official message board. Other songtitles set to appear on the 11-track effort include "Another Pill", "When Angels Fly Away", "Anatomy of a Tidal Wave" and "When Heaven's Not Far Away".


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