“The Coldest Heart” is quite possibly the most well-known song by former Tooth and Nail band The Classic Crime. It makes sense, then, that the song would make it onto the band’s upcoming release, What Was Done, Vol. 1: A Decade Revisited. Listen to the reworked version of the song now and check out the full release of reworked songs on Oct. 27.

 

 

Be sure to catch them on the road with BC Music label mates, Emery.

Tour dates with Emery and Artifex Pereo:

  • 11/10 – Houston, TX @ Scout Bar
  • 11/11 – Austin, TX @ Dirty Dog
  • 11/12 – Ft. Worth, TX @ Tomcats West
  • 11/14 – Phoenix, AZ @ The Underground
  • 11/16 – San Diego, CA @ TBA
  • 11/17 – Los Angeles, CA @ The Whisky
  • 11/19 – Sacramento, CA @ The Boardwalk
  • 11/20 – Portland, OR @ Hawthorne
  • 11/21 – Seattle, WA @ El Corazon

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