killing me inside


Over the last six or seven years, Crossfade has established themselves as one of the U.S.’ top hard rock acts, but it hasn’t been without its challenges. In this interview with lead singer Ed Sloan, Ed talks about parting ways with Columbia and how the band ended up signing with Eleven Seven Records. He also takes us through the writing and recording of We All Bleed, how the band goes about writing music and why they chose to self-produce the new record.

For a popular major label rock and roll band, Crossfade has certainly seen the highs and lows that the music industry has to offer. The industry can be great to some and terrible to others. It’s both rewarding and cruel at the very same time, depending on who you are or what the latest trend is. Crossfade has seen both sides over the last few years, beginning with the huge success of its debut self-titled record in 2004.