CROWBAR: Performance Footage Of New Song From Austin
Fan-filmed video footage of sludge metal legends CROWBAR performing a brand new song on October 18, 2010 at Emo's in Austin, Texas can be viewed below.
CROWBAR recently entered the studio to begin recording its new album for an early 2011 release via E1 Music.
CROWBAR re-released three of its influential records — "Crowbar", "Live +1" and "Time Heals Nothing" — on October 5. These three albums are the band’s core titles and have influenced many of today's major metal acts, including LAMB OF GOD and HATEBREED. With each title originally being released in the early Nineties, this isthe first time all three records are widely available in stores.
CROWBAR debuted two new songs during its June 5, 2010 headlining performance at the House Of Blues in the band's hometown. The entire show can be viewed at Tyronehood.tv.
CROWBAR supported Brazilian/American thrashers SEPULTURA on their recent European tour.
CROWBAR recently parted ways with guitarist Steve Gibb and replaced him with Matthew Brunson, bassist of KINGDOM OF SORROW (which also features Windstein).
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