Cold ‘American Dream’ Video

Cold 'American Dream'

Cold are out with the music video to their new single ‘American Dream’, off the Jacksonville, Florida post grunge band’s fifth album ‘Superfiction’, out now on SonicStar/Eleven Seven Music. Watch it via YouTube below.

Cold ‘Happens All The Time’ Video

Cold are out with the video to their new single ‘Happens All The Time’, from their forthcoming album ‘A Different Kind Of Pain’, due August 30th. Watch it via Yahoo! Music below.

Cold’s Scooter Ward Defends Guitarist Departure

Cold 'Year Of The Spider'

Cold frontman Scooter Ward has responded to fan criticism regarding the departure of guitarist Eddie Rendini. Writing to the group’s official message board, Ward said, “Eddie wasn’t the right musician for this band, no matter how fu**in cool he was. For [anyone] to say this isn’t gonna be a Cold record is the most ridiculous thing I’ve ever heard. I thank those of you who still have faith in us and when the record is released you will know who Cold is, was and will always be.”

Cold ‘With My Mind’ Video

Cold 'Year Of The Spider'

Cold are out with the video to their new single ‘With My Mind’ which is for the ‘Psi-Ops’ video game by Midway. Watch it online at IGN.

Cold Aren’t Worried About Labels

Cold 'Year Of The Spider'

Cold singer Scooter Ward did a Q&A with HipOnline.com. Asked about being tagged as a ‘Goth band’, Ward responded, “On every record, Cold changes the music style a little bit, we change our personal styles a little bit because we grow into different people as time goes by. We have a lot of goth fans and a lot of rock fans. I don’t think it really matters to us the way we’re labeled.” Check out the entire interview here.

Cold And Fred Durst Grow Distant

Cold 'Year Of The Spider'

Launch.com quizzed Cold bassist Jeremy Marshall on whether the band has learned from the good and bad moves Limp Bizkit and frontman Fred Durst have made. “We don’t pay attention to him,” Marshall said. “I mean, Fred helped us out in a lot of ways in the beginning and then we… Through the course of growing–we’ve had a six year career already–and through that course of six years we’ve kind of grown apart with Fred. I mean, we still talk to him every now and then. You know, we’re friends and all, but we don’t really associate with him too much.”

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