"Cold is heating up for a new era..."
“'The Things We Can't Stop' is another evolutionary step for Cold, whose blissful melodies shine through a darkly calming and atmospheric journey.”
“Cold has easily turned out their best record to date…”
“’The Things We Can’t Stop’ is 1990s Alternative Rock perfectly suited to 2019—catchy sing-along worthy moments with bold hooks molded into delicate rockers that fit better alongside the likes of Snow Patrol than KoЯn.”
Today, alternative rockers Cold have released their sixth studio album and Napalm Records debut, "The Things We Can't Stop." Order the album now via https://coldarmy.com!
Cold vocalist Scooter Ward says about the album’s release: “We are thrilled to finally release our latest album, ’The Things We Can’t Stop'. It’s been eight years in the making and we couldn’t be more thankful to our amazing fans and the Cold Army for supporting us on this journey and showing the music so much love. These songs truly come from the heart, and we look forward to what the future holds. Make sure to stop at one of our upcoming shows and say hello!"
Today, in celebration of the album’s release, Cold has shared their unique rendition of Snow Patrol’s hit single, “Run.” Listen to the track HERE.
SW says about the band’s cover of “Run”: “I used to listen to that song every time I had to leave my family to go on tours or away to make albums, and I’ve always been such a fan of the band. ‘Run’ is everything to me, so we really stuck to the script.”
In support of “The Things We Can't Stop,” Cold are out on the road on the Broken Human Tour, which marks the band’s first in over eight years. The tour runs through October 20 in Lexington, KY and more dates being added. Tickets and VIP packages are on sale now at https://coldarmy.com/.
Cold have always documented memories and moments in song, etching them forever in diaristic lyrics, cinematic production, and airy guitars. Since their 1997 self-titled debut, the group - fronted by singer, songwriter, and multi-instrumentalist SW - has consistently converted pain into poetry consumed by a legion of diehard fans affectionately dubbed, “Cold Army.”
Broken Human Tour (w/ Awake For Days / University Drive)
9/15: Poughkeepsie, NY @ The Chance
9/17: Brooklyn, NY @ Brooklyn Bazaar
9/19: Baltimore, MD @ Baltimore Sound Stage
9/20: Lakewood, OH @ Winchester Music Tavern
9/21: Flint, MI @ The Machine Shop
9/22: Cincinnati, OH @ Riverfront Live
9/24: Nashville, TN @ Exit/In
9/27: Houston, TX @ Scout Bar
9/28: San Antonio, TX @ The Rock Box
9/29: Dallas, TX @ Trees
10/1: Austin, TX @ Come And Take It Live
10/2: Lubbock, TX @ Jake’s Backroom
10/4: Denver, CO @ Herman’s Hideaway
10/5: Grand Junction, CO @ Mesa Theater
10/6: Colorado Springs, CO @ Sunshine Studios Live
10/11: Ringle, WI @ Q and Z Expo Center
10/12: Kansasville, WI @ 1175
10/13: Chicago, IL @ Bottom Lounge
10/16: Belvedere, IL @ The Apollo Theater
10/18: Indianapolis, IN @ The Vogue
10/19: Champaign, IL @ The City Center
10/20: Lexington, KY @ Manchester Music Hall
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At the turn of the century, the band unveiled the seminal “13 Ways To Bleed On Stage,” which went gold and yielded hits such as “Just Got Wicked,” “No One,” and “End of the World.” The 2003 follow-up, “Year of the Spider,” marked their highest chart position, bowing at #3 on the Billboard Top 200, receiving a gold certification, and spawning the smash “Stupid Girl” accompanied by Rivers Cuomo of Weezer. 2005’s “A Different Kind of Pain” illuminated melodic strides to the tune of 37,000-plus copies sold first-week and a Top 30 debut. Meanwhile, 2011’s “Superfiction” continued this streak, crashing the Top 10 of the Top Rock Albums Chart upon arrival and extending a growing legacy.
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