Crowbar Gives Update On New Album
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Crowbar guitarist Kirk Windstein has revealed that the band will be recording a new album, as previously reported, which will be released next year. The as-yet-untitled effort will coincide with their 20th anniversary.
In a post on the band's official site, Windstein writes: "Hey, rockers and rockettes. It's been a while since I made a post on here, but I feel it's time to let you know what's going on. I've got about eight songs' worth of riffs written so far and will be jamming with Tommy [Buckley, drums] and Pat [Patrick Bruders, bass] soon on these ideas. We will be putting out a new CD and tour[ing] endlessly on this thing."
"I literally want to play every country that's got electricity! Believe me, Crowbar is far from over. It will never die as long as I'm walking this Earth. So be prepared for the heaviest band in the world to destroy your senses very soon. As always, thanks to the legions of underground fans who have loyally supported us for the last 19 years. Year 20 will be the biggest yet."
As previously reported, Metal Mind Productions recently re-released CROWBAR's "Crowbar" (1993), "Time Heals Nothing" (1995) and "Live+1" EP (1995) in Europe on April 21. Each re-release was limited-edition digipack title (limited to 2,000 copies) made available on golden disc, digitally remastered using 24-bit technology. The "Time Heals Nothing" album will also contain six bonus tracks — four audio and two video.
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