Crossfade, the South Carolina band of TAXI members first profiled in the May 2003 issue of the Transmitter, is being extremely well-received in the short time that Columbia Records has been promoting it to radio.

Their first single, Cold, has shot to number #34 on the Active Rock chart in the industry radio bible Radio & Records in only three weeks.

The album, originally scheduled for release last summer (but delayed while the label re-shuffled it's executive deck), was mixed by Randy Staub, (who has worked on records by Metallica, P.O.D., Nickelback and 3 Doors Down, among others), but was recorded primarily at the band's own home studio.

The single is currently available for purchase at iTunes, and the album will hit stores on April 13.

You may have seen TAXI ads featuring the band (then known as Sugardaddy Superstar) running in magazines such as Electronic Musician, Recording, Performing Songwriter, and more.

The band is beginning to tour in support of the record. Check out their web site here for dates near you.

Read the original article on Crossfade, and how TAXI helped them achieve their goals here.

We'll keep you posted as things develop. Good luck, guys!











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