“There’s a new rock n roll thunder coming from the land down under, and it goes by the name CROSSON “ (Hair Band Heaven 2018)
Following the release of their critically acclaimed 2016 album Spreading The Rock ‘N Roll Disease, Australian based Futuristic Theatrical Rock Warriors, CROSSON, return in 2018 with their new album Invincible.
Once again mixed by legendary producer Duane Baron (Ozzy Osbourne, Motley Crue, Alice Cooper), and mastered by U.S mastering legend Dave Donnelly (Aerosmith, KISS, Whitesnake) , Invincible delivers CROSSON’s own brand of uplifting catchy rock anthems with loud guitars, big harmonies and a blistering production.
If Spreading the Rock n Roll Disease sparked people’s attention, Invincible will have them jumping aboard the CROSSON rebel train.
“Invincible is ten tracks of fist in the air rock n roll anthems.” (Josh Smith – Hair Band Heaven)
The opening track Rock Warriors is an anthemic tribute to all the metal / rock bands and artists who laid the foundations for the genre and kept it alive and kicking for decades, whilst the first single Never Give Up is an inspirational and ‘catchy as Chlamydia’ track with a strong 80’s Bon Jovi vibe that would even make Desmond Child tap his feet.
The album’s only ballad Unconditional Love is a duet with renowned Finnish singer / actress Jessica Wolff, with the music video shot in Sydney and Croatia by award winning feature film and music video director Steve Ravic (Doro, Manowar, Rhapsody).
“Invincible is as catchy as it gets.. fantastic melodies, harmonies….. Crosson are firing on all cylinders. Rock will never die whilst there are bands like Crosson” (Adam Cox – Decibel Geek )
Nothing can prepare you for the visual onslaught CROSSON delivers in its live show. Numerous costume changes, blended with high- energy choreography, smoke, sirens, and catchy rock anthems makes the CROSSON live show a seen- to- be- believed entertaining experience.
“If you like the of idea of KISS and Motley Crue crossed with The Darkness and Steel Panther, you’re gonna love CROSSON” (Xavier Russell – Classic Rock Magazine AOR)