CROWBAR: More European Tour Dates Announced

New Orleans sludge-meisters CROWBAR have announced more dates as part of their upcoming European tour. They are as follows:

Jun. 25 – Koln, GER - Underground
Jun. 26 – Herne, GER - Pressure Fest
Jun. 27 – Tilburg, NETH - 013
Jun. 28 – Hamburg, GER - Knust
Jun. 29 – Salzgitter, GER - Forellenhof
Jun. 30 - TBA
Jul. 01 – Aalen, GER - Rock It
Jul. 02 - Wurzburg, GER - B-hof
Jul. 04 - Roitzschjora, GER - With Full Force
Jul. 05 - Berlin, GER @ TBA

CROWBAR's forthcoming CD, tentatively titled "Life's Blood For The Downtrodden", was recorded in Louisiana with producers Warren Riker (DOWN) and Rex Brown (PANTERA, DOWN). Brown also handled the bass duties on the album, which marks a return to the group's recording lineup of drummer Craig Nunenmacher (BLACK LABEL SOCIETY). CROWBAR's last CD, 2001's "Sonic Excess In Its Purest Form", was released through Spitfire Records.

CROWBAR recently recruited former BLACK LABEL SOCIETY bassist Steve Gibb as their new guitarist.


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