Columbia, South Carolina rock quartet Crossfade haven't released anything new since 2006's Falling Away, and I was almost convinced that the band had called it quits after seven years in the making, especially after being let go from Columbia Records in 2008. That is not the case however, because one week from today, their newest album We All Bleed will be released by Eleven Seven Music, and the band have given fans and listeners a chance to hear the entire album (via AOL) before it comes out. Now that's rock n' roll!

Crossfade frontman and guitarist Ed Sloan did an exclusive interview with Noisecreep, discussing the

 new album, tour stories, and inspirations for We All Bleed, which are seen solely by the song names. The album promises to be the best and heaviest material yet, and the band is eager to get it released and to start touring again.

To read the full interview, go here.

The set list for the album, which can be heard here, is as follows:

1. Dead Memories
2. Killing Me Inside
3. Prove You Wrong
4. Lay Me Down
5. Dear Cocaine
6. Suffocate
7. I Think You Should Know
8. We All Bleed
9. Open Up Your Eyes
10. Make Me a Believer
If you like what you hear, you can pre-order the CD as well as bundle packages here.
Were/are you a Crossfade fan? Will you be buying the new album?