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Stream Crossfire Collision’s “Deadlock” EP

South Africa’s Crossfire Collision’s new six-song EP, Deadlock is now streaming and available for purchase. Featuring a new lineup that now includes Sean Devey on drums and Bruce McDougall on bass, the melodic punk/emo punk album is a keeper. The songs deal with conflicts in life and have solid lyrics that reach out and grab you by the guts.

Go ahead and stream the full EP below.



Crossfire Collision release lyric video for new track “Childless Dad Bod”

South African melodic punk band Crossfire Collision are to release a new EP, Deadlock, in May through Melodic Punk Style. Ahead of the EP, the band have released a lyric video for a track from it, “Childless Dad Bod”.

You can have a watch below.



Crossfire Collision (melodic punk) release music video for “Brothers”

South African melodic punks Crossfire Collision have released a music video for “Brothers”, taken from their latest EP Have Hart. Check it out below.

Have Hart was released in early 2016. It’s available to stream and download on bandcamp.



Stream Crossfire Collision’s (melodic punk) new EP “Have Hart”

Tomorrow South African melodic punk band Crossfire Collision will be releasing a brand new gem of an EP titled “Have Hart” and we couldn’t be more pleased to premiere the entire thing for you right now, right here.

The band had this to say about the release:

“Two years in the making, “Have Hart” features a six-way mix of ear-punching, gut-wrenchingly melodic punk rock (and some acoustic stuff – laaaadies). The EP is dedicated to our brother-in-arms, Craig Hart, who joined our family, played bass like a demon, and had the energy of a macaque. He tragically passed away after recording this EP, and we miss his charcoal-infused foghorn of a voice every day. Special thanks to Jarred Ronnenbergh, Pete Grey and Mork Twynam for helping out with gang vocals, shits and giggles, and helping us drink all our beer.”

“Have Hart” is the band’s third official release, and a follow-up to 2013 full-length “Panic Face” (available online – so, literally, everywhere).



Crossfire Collision streaming new song – “Brothers”

South African melodic punk band Crossfire Collision are now streaming a new song off their brand new EP. Listen to “Brothers” below.

The track comes from the band’s new EP, Have Hart, which the band describes as “a 6 track mixture of raw skate punk, enthused [sic] with thoughtful melodic punk rock elements and anthems.”

Crossfire Collision’s previous release was their debut album, Panic Face, which came out in February 2013.



Crossfire Collision cover Frenzal Rhomb’s “Do You Wanna Fight Me”

South African melodic punk band Crossfire Collision recently covered the classic Frenzal Rhomb song “Do You Wanna Fight Me.”

Give it a listen here. It’s free to download as well, so keep that in mind if you wanna put the song on your iPod or whatever.



Crossfire Collision release music video for “Heyo”

South African melodic punk act Crossfire Collision have posted the music for their song “Heyo.”

You can watch the video here.

The band’s latest album “Panic Face” was released February 22nd 2013.



Crossfire Collision streaming new album “Panic Face”

South African melodic punk act Crossfire Collision are streaming their new album “Panic Face.” You can check it out for your listening pleasure here.

“Panic Face” was released February 22nd 2013.



Crossfire Collision (melodic punk) stream new song “Heyo” from upcoming album “Panic Face”

South African melodic punk act Crossfire Collision are streaming “Heyo”, a brand new song from their new album “Panic Face”, right here.

“Panic Face” was just released by the band and can be ordered here.  It was recorded at D.D.M. Studios, Cape Town, South Africa and mastered at Blasting Room Studios, Fort Collins, Colorado – the factory floor for the likes of Rise Against, NOFX, Propagandhi, Alkaline Trio and Anti-Flag.

Crossfire Collision last released their self-titled EP in 2011.



Crossfire Collision announce new album “Panic Face”, download title track for free

South African melodic punk act Crossfire Collision will be releasing their new album “Panic Face” sometime in February and to get you good and pumped you can stream the title track right here (you can also download it for free if you dig it).

“Panic Face” was recorded at D.D.M. Studios, Cape Town, South Africa and mastered at Blasting Room Studios, Fort Collins, Colorado – the factory floor for the likes of Rise Against, NOFX, Propagandhi, Alkaline Trio and Anti-Flag.

Crossfire Collision last released their self-titled EP in 2011.



Crossfire Collision to release full-length album in 2013; post video diary from studio

South African melodic punk act Crossfire Collision have announced they will be releasing their debut full-length sometime in 2013. They also released a studio video diary, which you can check out here.

We’ll keep you posted as more details on the full-length’s release surface. Crossfire Collision last released their self-titled EP in 2011.



Free Album Download: Crossfire Collision – “Crossfire Collision” EP

South African punk act Crossfire Collision are offering a free download of their latest self-titled EP.

You can snag it here.

Good stuff, check it out if you like melodic punk rock!