CROWBAR To Film 'Slave No More' Video
CROWBAR will film the second video to support their latest album, "Lifesblood for the Downtrodde", in Miami, Florida on June 21. The clip will be for album track "Slave No More" and will once again be directed by John-Martin Vogel, who helmed the album's first video for the song "Dead Sun". Additional camera footage is expected to be filmed at the band's Orlando and Ft. Lauderdale shows, both on their current tour route. Editing is expected to be completed early July with the clip ready for national and regional video outlets by the end of the month.
Candlelight Records released "Lifesblood for the Downtrodden" on February 8 in the United States and March 8 for the rest of the world. The band completed their first U.S. tour in over three years in February, the band participating in Candlelight's first label tour package also featuring ENTOMBED, PRO-PAIN and THE MIGHTY NIMBUS. A U.K. tour in support of HATEBREED followed in March.
CROWBAR started their current tour with CORROSION OF CONFORMITY, ALABAMA THUNDERPUSSY and WEEDEATER on June 2.
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