COLD releases “Run” Music Video

    Gold-certified alt-rock trailblazers COLD have experienced a transcendent year – peaking with the successful release of their Billboard -charting Napalm Records debut, The Things We Can‘t Stop, subsequent singles “Shine”, “Without You”, “The Devil We Know” and “Run”, and a North American comeback tour boasting several sold out shows. Billboard said it best: “Cold is heating up for a new era..."



    Today, COLD is wrapping up the year with a heartfelt offering to their fans in the form of a new music video for their reimagining of Snow Patrol‘s hit track, “Run”. The video features never-before-seen footage of the band performing live on their recent North American tour, as well as behind-the-scenes clips and personal video.

    Vocalist Scooter Ward says: “This video for “Run” is dedicated to the Cold Army. It is a compilation of a few magical, and some comical moments we had during our recent Broken Human Tour. We would like to thank all of the fans for their support throughout the years. All of our love!”


    COLD is continuing their ascent into the new decade with the release of new music and content, as well as exciting partnerships with fellow heavy music icons. After years of friendship, multi-talented COLD frontman Scooter Ward was invited by Ben Burnley to provide guest vocals on the upcoming Breaking Benjamin album, Aurora . The album, which will feature re-imagined versions of the band‘s biggest hits and one new track, is scheduled for release in 2020.


    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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