CRUCIFIED BARBARA To Enter Studio This Summer

Swedish all-girl hard rock band CRUCIFIED BARBARA will enter the studio this summer to begin recording its third full-length album for a late 2011 release. Helming the new CD will be producer Chips Kiesbye, who has previously worked with HELLACOPTERS, SAHARA HOTNIGHTS, MILLENCOLIN, NOMADS, WILMER X and BONAFIDE, among others.

In other news, CRUCIFIED BARBARA will play at several festivals this summer, including Hellfest in France, Norway Rock in Norway and the Stockholm Pride Festival in Sweden.

CRUCIFIED BARBARA's second full-length album, "Til Death Do Us Party", was released in February 2009. The CD was produced by Mats Levn (THERION, YNGWIE MALMSTEEN, KRUX, TREAT, AT VANCE, ABSTRAKT ALGEBRA) and features guest appearances by guitarist Phil Campbell (MOTRHEAD) and Mats Levn.

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