Crossing Rubicon (ex-All That Remains) Announces Release Date for Debut LP


Hard rockers Crossing Rubicon, who features Jeanne Sagan – formerly of All That Remains – on bass, have set the release date for their hotly anticipated album entitled No Less Than Everything. The twelve track album, which can be described as a throwback to metal of the 80’s and early 90’s mixed with modern rock, will be released February 12th on Pavement Entertainment. The lead single for the debut full length was the album’s second track, entitled “Unhinged.”

There were a lot of people that thought I was crazy for walking away from my career and pursuing this record, and there were a lot of people who believed in me, both were my inspiration during the recording process. I did this to prove the first group wrong and to inspire both.” – Scotty Anarchy (Vocals)


1. Tomorrow Never Comes
2. Unhinged
3. Never Again
4. The Fallen
5. Bittersweet Day
6. Cut Deep
7. Who’s Gonna Save You
8. Violet Carson
9. Reason To Beg
10. Do We Not Bleed
11. I’m Here
12. Return To Atlantis

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Crossing Rubicon is a rising original hard rock band from Bristol, CT. They have developed a sound that blends heavy riffs with melodic harmonies to create a unique brand of passionate music. Crossing Rubicon was formed in 2009 by the band’s frontman, Scott Wawrzyniak. Zach Lambert and Jesse Near create a formidable guitar tandem with their heavy riffs and vibrant guitar harmonies. Brandi Hood‘s drumming and Jeanne Sagan’s bass playing display a tight and energetic rhythm section for the backbone of the band. Scott produces a multi-faceted voice, with a strong stage presence that no one else can replicate.

Crossing Rubicon has had an intense touring schedule in 2015. They started their tour from their roots in Connecticut, and then soon ventured within the Northeast to Massachusetts, New York, Rhode Island, and Pennsylvania. Crossing Rubicon has had the honor to share the stage with many well respected national bands. Crossing Rubicon was hand selected by Mötley Crüe in association with 99.1 WPLR to open for Mötley Crüe’s induction show at the Mohegan Sun Arena in 2013. Crossing Rubicon was also selected for the sole opening slot of Queensrÿche 30th anniversary tour in Hartford, CT. Crossing Rubicon has also played alongside Crossfade, Nonpoint, Saving Abel, Pop EvilRev Theory, Tantric, and Beatallica,

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