Guitarist Kirk Windstein (CROWBAR, DOWN, KINGDOM OF SORROW) has posted a short video message (see below) reassuring CROWBAR fans that there will "definitely" be a new record out this year.Windstein was forced to miss much of KINGDOM OF SORROW's tour dates with GWAR late last year due to commitments with DOWN and a need to "tackle some serious issues and personal demons." Metal Mind Productions re-released three CROWBAR albums — "Crowbar" (1993), "Time Heals Nothing" (1995) and "Live+1" EP (1995) — in Europe in April 2008. Each limited-edition digipack title (limited to 2,000 copies) was made available on golden disc, digitally remastered using 24-bit technology. The "Time Heals Nothing" album also contains six bonus tracks — four audio and two video. CROWBAR's video for the song "Slave No More" was included on the band's DVD, "Live: With Full Force", which came out in North America in January 2007. Filmed at the popular German open-air festival of the same name, "Live: With Full Force" was captured on CROWBAR's world tour supporting their 2005 release "Lifesblood for the Downtrodden". The live performance DVD also includes candid backstage footage plus the band's second (and previously unavailable) promotional video for "Lifesblood for the Downtrodden" album track "Slave No More".
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