2013's "All I Want Is Everything" and 2014's "Ragdoll Rewound", in addition to a gruelling touring schedule through the USA and Australia, saw Ragdoll refine their sound in a modern rock direction. Support slots with Seether, Skid Row and Uriah Heep expanded their audience and saw them expand their appeal beyond the traditional melodic hard rock market, all as a self funded an self managed act.
2016's full length "Back to Zero" was simultaneously heavier and more melodic, drawing positive reviews at home and from the USA and EU. "Back to Zero" drew comparisons to Whitesnake, Alice in Chains and Shinedown. "Back to Zero" saw the band undertake their most extensive tour to date, spanning the USA, Switzerland, France, Belgium, Germany, Denmark and Australia.