New Orleans sludge-meisters CROWBAR have signed a worldwide deal with Candlelight Records. The group's new album, "Life's Blood For The Downtrodden", is expected to see a February 8, 2005 Stateside release date. Final studio work on the album, produced by the working team of Warren Riker (DOWN) and Rex Brown (PANTERA, DOWN), is planned in Miami August 14-September 1. 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). Upon completion, it will be the CROWBAR's first studio album in over three years.
As previously reported, CROWBAR's current touring lineup is as follows:
Kirk Windstein (DOWN) - Guitar and Vocals
Patrick Bruders (GOATWHORE) - Bass
Steve Gibb (ex-BLACK LABEL SOCIETY) - Guitar and Vocals
Tommy Buckley (SOILENT GREEN) – Drums
The follow-up to 2001's "Sonic Excess In Its Purest Form", "Life's Blood For The Downtrodden" is expected to feature the following track listing:
01. New Dawn
02. Slave No More
03. Angels Wings
04. Dead Sun
06. Holding Something
08. Take All You've Known
10. The Violent Reaction
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