Hey everyone. I was watching the movie Drumline on Disney Plus last night. There was an appearance by rapper Petey Pablo and it made me think back to the early 2000's when the PSP, the first PlayStation Portable was released and I was curious to see what Petey Pablo's music video that was part of the PSP Mini dvd sample package. I decided to Google the music videos that were released on those mini dvds/game discs. Crossfade came up and their song "Cold" came up and I remember I loved the song, the guitar player also plays a Cockstock ESP Horizon 7 string in the video. Once I enjoy a band, of course I check out their live versions of songs to see how well they performing live. The dude really pumps out the vocals like on the album and he played a Schecter 7 string live. And also, I think the second vocalist is the lead singer for Dry Kill Logic. Also, who else had a PSP back then? That thing was the shit and blew the Nintendo Gameboys away! I remember that the Tiger Woods PGA Tour was so much fun on that portable console.