CRIMSON GLORY Bassist JEFF LORDS: New Solo Tracks Posted Online

CRIMSON GLORY bassist Jeff Lords has posted three new solo tracks on his MySpace page. Check out the songs "Contra-Groove", "Eris Discordia" and "Ghosts of Centaurus" at this location.

In a recent interview with, Jeff Lords stated about CRIMSON GLORY's current status, "To be honest, I haven't been in contact with the rest of the guys recently. Based on what limited information I have, such things as school, families, and various musical side-projects are being pursued at the present. Strangely enough, aside from CRIMSON GLORY, we don't have all that much in common. But who knows, perhaps that fact actually contributes to the chemistry.'

When asked if the band is currently looking for a record deal or working on new material, Jeff said, "As you and others may know, we had some momentum back when we had the deal with Black Lotus Records, and we had every intention of following through with the plans in the press release as seen on the official website. However, when Black Lotus Records lost its alleged investors that momentum came crashing to a halt. Being as it is that we aren't currently obligated to any label to record a new record, if it happens at all, it won't likely be until we decide, simultaneously, and collectively, to make it happen."

CRIMSON GLORY performing the song "Astronomica" at the Bay Area Rock fest in San Francisco, California on May 5, 2007:


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