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Crucified Barbara Posts "I Sell My Kids For Rock'N'Roll" Playthrough Video

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Scandinavia's all-lady hard rock/heavy metal outfit, Crucified Barbara, has teamed up with Guitar World to launch a guitar playthrough video of brand new song "I Sell My Kids for Rock'N'Roll."

Check out the clip below. The track comes from the band's upcoming album "In the Red," due out September 10th on Desptoz Records. "In the Red" can be pre-ordered now through the Crucified Barbara web store here.

The band's Despotz debut was recorded at Studio Music-A-Matic, Gothenburg with producer Chips Kiesby and engineer Henryk Lip. Artwork for album number four comes courtesy of Stockholm, Sweden artist Erik Rovanpera.

Dealing with topics like misogyny and animal rights, Crucified Barbara calls the album, "the best thing we've ever done musically. We have always been shocked by injustice and oppression, and this time, our opinions have taken an even bigger place in the songwriting."

Be sure to also read our full interview with the band about the upcoming album at this location.

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