Crosson are back!!! Following the release of their critically acclaimed 2016 album Spreading The Rock ‘N’ Roll Disease, Australia based Futuristic Theatrical Rock Warriors Crosson are back with their new album Invincible, available April 27, 2018, on Metalopolis Records. 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.
Invincible is 10 notches up from where Crosson left off with Spreading The Rock N Roll Disease.
“The songwriting and production have leaped on in great bounds and the album will have you shamelessly singing along to the catchy choruses while leaving your ears bleeding”, says bandleader and mastermind Jason Crosson. If Spreading the Rock ‘N’ Roll Disease sparked people’s attention, Invincible will have them jumping aboard the Crosson rebel train.
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 Australia and Croatia by the award-winning feature film and music video director Steve Ravic (Doro, Manowar, Rhapsody).
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.
Lead vocals/guitars/keys: Jason Crosson
Lead and rhythm guitars: Joel McDonald
Drums: Jordan McDonald
Bass: Dario Bortolin
Lead and backing vocals on “Unconditional Love”: Jessica Wolff