Cold Premiere “Without You” Music Video

Cold have premiered a new video for their song “Without You.” This track is from the band’s latest album “The Things We Can’t Stop.” Scooter Ward commented:

“This is our new video for the song ‘Without You.’ The song is about doubting blind faith. The video was created with a horror movie/cult type storyline about a lost soul finding hope in the darkness.”


Cold Stream Cover Of Snow Patrol’s “Run”

Cold are streaming their cover of Snow Patrol’s “Run.” This track is from the band’s new album “The Things We Can’t Stop,” which will be released tomorrow (September 13).

Cold Premiere New Song “The Devil We Know”

Cold have premiered a new song titled “The Devil We Know.” This track is from the band’s new album “The Things We Can’t Stop,” which will be released on September 13. Frontman Scooter Ward said the following about the song:

“It evolved from me seeing people fighting on social media and on the news. People getting gaslighted daily. I had enough of all the noise from it. It’s basically a siren for the silent majority to stand up and take control back. A revolution.”

Cold Join Breaking Benjamin Onstage In Scranton, PA For Performance Of “Just Got Wicked”

During their August 10 show in Scranton, PA, Breaking Benjamin were joined onstage by Cold. You can see footage of them performing Cold‘s “Just Got Wicked” together below:

Cold Announce First Tour In Over Eight Years

Cold have announced the dates for their first tour in over eight years. Awake For Days, University Drive, and Shrunken Head will serve as support on select dates. As previously reported, the band’s new album “The Things We Can’t Stop” will be released on September 13. The group have already shared “Shine” from the effort and another new song titled “Without You” will be released on July 19.

Tour Dates:

08/29 Teaneck, NJ – Debonair Music Hall
08/30 Stafford Springs, CT – Palace Theater
08/31 New Bedford, MA – The Vault at Greasy Luck
09/01 Scranton, PA – Levels
09/04 Buffalo, NY – Iron Works
09/06 Warrendale, PA – Jergels
09/07 Lancaster, PA – Chameleon Club
09/08 Concord, VA – DeVault Vineyards – Blue Ridge Rock Festival (Cold only)
09/10 Greensboro, NC – Blind Tiger
09/11 Atlanta, Georgia – The Masquerade – Hell
09/13 Greenville, SC – The Firmament
09/14 Winchester, VA – Blue Fox Billiards
09/15 Poughkeepsie, NY – The Chance
09/17 Brooklyn, NY – Brooklyn Bazaar
09/19 Baltimore, MD – Baltimore Sound Stage
09/20 Lakewood, OH – Winchester Music Tavern
09/21 Flint, MI – The Machine Shop
09/22 Cincinnati, OH – Riverfront Live
09/27 Houston, TX – Scout Bar
09/28 San Antonio, TX – The Rock Box
09/29 Dallas, TX – Trees
10/01 Austin, TX – Come And Take It Live
10/04 Denver, CO – Herman’s Hideaway
10/05 Grand Junction, CO – Mesa Theater
10/06 Colorado Springs, CO – Sunshine Studios Live
10/08 Lincoln, NE – Bourbon Theatre
10/10 Angola, IN – The Eclectic Room
10/11 Ringle, WI – Q and Z Expo Center
10/12 Kansasville, WI – 1175
10/13 Chicago, IL – Bottom Lounge
10/16 Belvidere, IL – The Apollo Theater
10/18 Indianapolis, IN – The Vogue
10/19 Champaign, IL – The City Center
10/20 Lexington, KY – Manchester Music Hall

Cold Premiere New Song “Shine”, Reveal Details For New Album “The Things We Can’t Stop”

Cold have premiered a lyric video for their new song “Shine.” This track is from the band’s new album “The Things We Can’t Stop,” which will be released on September 13.

Scooter Ward said the following about the song:

“It’s about dealing with physical abuse at home and becoming triumphant over bullying. I faced bullying throughout my early formative years. I’m hoping it helps someone feel not so alone if they’re going through it right now.”

He also discussed it further with Billboard:

“Nobody wants to have their kids come home bawling and having a hard time. Just to know it still existed was heartbreaking. So, of course, I got online and started looking up things, and that just inspired me. And like with most Cold songs, I wanted to give people an outlet, make them feel like there’s a way out, that this isn’t going to last forever and it might — that’s a ‘might’ — get better. That’s why the chorus is so uplifting. I’m trying to say that you feel alone when it’s happening, but nothing lasts forever.”

He also added the following about the record, which he describes as “very moody” and “melancholy”:

“It’s a different kind of heavy. The heavy things to me in life have always been the weight of the songs — not the actual rhythms or the loudness of the guitar.”

“I wanted to bring in some elements from older Cold records. I think it’s important to go back and have that for fans, too, even if most of the album is different.”

He also talked about the eight year gap between albums:

“I needed life to happen to be able to create. There were probably around 15 years where all I did was live and breathe the band. I needed to separate from that to remember what it was like to not have it anymore. It was extremely important for me to spend time with my family. I did experience writer’s block for the first time in my life during the process though.

It was brutal, because the one thing I’ve always had—left me. It seemed the series of events in my life had taken away my soul. It turned around. I’ve remained adamant about evolving a bit with each record. Approaching every chapter as a new beginning is paramount and necessary for it to be a true Cold album.”

“The Things We Can’t Stop” Track Listing:

01. “Intro”
02. “Shine”
03. “Snowblind”
04. “The Devil We Know”
05. “Run” (Snow Patrol cover)
06. “Better Human”
07. “Without You”
08. “Quiet Now”
09. “The One That Got Away”
10. “Systems Fail”
11. “Beautiful Life”
12. “We All Love”