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CrashScene Featuring Members of Neurosonic & Bif Naked Release New Album Mixed Randy Staub (Metallica, Nickelback) & Mike Fraser (Van Halen, AC/DC)

CrashScene, featuring members of Neurosonic and Bif Naked, have released their debut album “I Fall Apart” digitally online at . The group’s debut album “I Fall Apart” was mixed by Randy Staub (Metallica, Nickelback), Mike Fraser (Van Halen, AC/DC), and Paul Silveira (Seal, Gob). Fans can stream tracks from CrashScene’s debut online at

“We’re excited for our fans to finally hear this album. Anyone who was a fan of what we did in Neurosonic will instantly get what we’re doing with CrashScene and see that this is a natural progression for us,” commented Troy Healy. “This album is a bit heavier, but still has all hooks and melody that have become a trademark of our sound. On this album I really think we clicked on all levels.”

CrashScene ready to attack the hard rock scene with all guns blazing. Armed with infectious sing along choruses, powerful emotionally driven vocals, and top-notch musicianship, CrashScene have created some commanding hard rock that is ready to storm airwaves.

The collective members of CrashScene have previously tasted the fruits of their rock n’ roll labor while honing their jaw dropping live performances through relentlessly touring America, Europe and Canada as members of Neurosonic. The group’s debut album “Drama Queen” produced the infectious Top 30 single “So Many People” and landed Neurosonic on tour with A-List hard rock acts like Korn, Evanescence, Puddle of Mudd, and My Chemical Romance. The group was also invited to perform live on the Bodog Fight pay-per-view which aired to over 40

April 11, 2012