HATEBREED Frontman Joins Forces With CROWBAR's WINDSTEIN
HATEBREED frontman Jamey Jasta has posted the following message on his official web site:
"It all started May 9th. I flew Kirk Windstein from DOWN/CROWBAR up from New Orleans to do an album with me. We came up with the idea on the Brutality Across The U.K. tour this past March. Basically, we wanted to combine the sounds of our other bands into something special and try out ideas we had never done before as far as writing, arranging and vocals. Well after 10 ten days and about ten 30-packs of beer of we ended up with six very diverse songs that we are really proud of and excited about. We will continue writing and recording when Kirk gets done with the C.O.C./CROWBAR tour and when I get back from South America. We don't have a real name yet so we have just been referring to the project as CROWBREED for now. We even started a MySpace page that we hope to post a song on for you all to hear and we have a temporary website up at www.crowbreed.com. Check out some pictures of the recording and our various adventures."
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