CROWBAR have been confirmed as direct support on CORROSION OF CONFORMITY's upcoming summer headline tour. Set to kick off June 2 at The Vogue in Indianapolis it is planned to run into early July. The tour is CROWBAR's second U.S. run in support of their latest album, "Lifesblood for the Downtrodden".
"Lifesblood for the Downtrodden" is a sonic testimonial to the determination, spirit and sheer creativity of a band very much at a continuing upswing of musical output. Produced by Rex Brown (PANTERA, DOWN) and Warren Riker (CORROSION OF CONFORMITY, DOWN), it finds guitarist/vocalist Kirk Windstein, guitarist Steve Gibb, bassist Pat Bruders, and drummer Tommy Buckley (with album performances from Rex Brown, Craig Nunenmacher, and Sid Montz) in top form. It concludes a three-year silence for the long respected band.
Confirmed CORROSION OF CONFORMITY/CROWBAR dates as of press time include:
Jun. 02 - The Vogue - Indianapolis IN
Jun. 03 - Harpo's Concert Theatre - Detroit MI
Jun. 04 - Newport Music Hall - Columbus OH
Jun. 09 - Recher Theatre - Towson MD
Jun. 10 - Irving Plaza - New York NY
More dates to follow. Previously announced headline dates for CROWBAR will be rescheduled or reworked in conjunction with the CORROSION OF CONFORMITY tour. Further details will follow.
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