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Falling Away

by Crossfade

Falling Away by Crossfade

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Falling Away

by Crossfade

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Label: Columbia
Crossfade may play hyper-melodic nu-metal but thankfully they don't forget to bring along the nasty guitar riffs. A few Chris Cornell-isms during choruses don't hurt either. Following up their mega-selling self-titled debut, the now three-piece (after the departure of DJ/singer Tony Byroads) continues in a similar vein as that record, doling out hearty, grunge-inflected rock music. The interesting thing is that, amid all the Sturm und Drang, a closer listen to the lyrics reveals these to be somewhat sensitive dudes.

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Crossfade may play hyper-melodic nu-metal but thankfully they don't forget to bring along the nasty guitar riffs. A few Chris Cornell-isms during choruses don't hurt either. Following up their mega-selling self-titled debut, the now three-piece (after the departure of DJ/singer Tony Byroads) continues in a similar vein as that record, doling out hearty, grunge-inflected rock music. The interesting thing is that, amid all the Sturm und Drang, a closer listen to the lyrics reveals these to be somewhat sensitive dudes.

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About This Album

Crossfade may play hyper-melodic nu-metal but thankfully they don't forget to bring along the nasty guitar riffs. A few Chris Cornell-isms during choruses don't hurt either. Following up their mega-selling self-titled debut, the now three-piece (after the departure of DJ/singer Tony Byroads) continues in a similar vein as that record, doling out hearty, grunge-inflected rock music. The interesting thing is that, amid all the Sturm und Drang, a closer listen to the lyrics reveals these to be somewhat sensitive dudes.