Cold Summer Crash In With New Single


Wakefield post hardcore mob release new track and get featured on Big Cheese cover CD

Following on from their UK Tour earlier in the year,Wakefield Post Hardcore band Cold Summer have been back in the studio starting work on their next release and released, Monday 22nd September ‘Car Crash In Progress’ for streaming and in conjunction with Big Cheese magazine the track is released with the cover disc of Big Cheese Issue 171 (also released 22nd September)

The band is awaiting an upcoming tour / support TBC in late October but can confirm they are playing Blast Fest in October.


Sigma, Scarborough
Saturday, 11th October
Set Time 4pm

The band have been critically acclaimed for dynamically developing a not quite revivalist or strictly modern ‘post hardcore’ sound but confidently one they can call their own. Following the self release of two EP’s, ‘Transitions’ and ‘Wake’ during 2012, the band have self released their debut album back in July 2013 and last year the band have been seen supporting, Funeral For A Friend, Lemuria, Blitz Kids and Polar. The debut album release was supported with a week long UK tour back in February 2014, which included an intimate show with Drones & Fighting Fiction at the infamous Old Blue Last in London.

The band are currently recording their follow up release with producer Mike Bennett (Empires Fade, The Eyes Of A Traitor, The Ocean Between Us), the first session recently completed involved the recording of Car Crash (In Progress) ,which was released as a single on Monday 22nd September as well as featured on the cover CD with Big Cheese Issue 171 ( also including metal heavyweights Godsmack & Finch) released that week. The band have recently signed to UAC management, as well as having studio time booked in late November to finish work on their next release.

They have also promised to keep Maximum Volume Music updated as to all their future plans and to sit down with us for a future Maximum Volume Meets.

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