Ed Sloan, Mitch James and Brian Geiger first started the band as "The Nothing" in 1999 and then changed it to "Crossfade" in 2002.
The band's first album, Crossfade, went gold.
The band's very first single was Cold in 2004.
They are signed with Columbia Records.
As of 2006 they have released two CDs, Crossfade (2004/Self Intitled) and Falling Away (2006).
The former members of the band are Brian Geiger (Former drummer) and Tony Byroads (Former vocals/turntables/sampler).
The members of the band are Ed Sloan (lead vocals/guitar), Mitch James (bass/backing vocals) and James Branham (drums).
They are a post-grunge band.
They used to be known as "The Nothing."
Mitch James: (when asked what music is like in the Carolinas) Rock is bigger than country there. There's a lot of country there. Its not really a country place, or as much as you would think it was. Not as much as Nashville or a lot of the Midwest. Its more a top 40 than anything else. Like any other market, top 40 is the king but it's a fairly good place for rock music.
Ed Sloan: (when asked if the band interacts with fans) Oh, yeah. We've got a couple of forums that we check every day, and interact with the fans. On our web site's front page, there's an e-mail address that we check from the RV every night, and respond to e-mails as much as we possibly can. And keep an active link going.
Ed Sloan: (when asked what super powers you would want) I guess mine would be x-ray vision, man. I've always wanted that.