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Crowbar 11th album is return to roots

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Crowbar’s eleventh album is a return to their roots, says mainman Kirk Windstein.

The band have completed recording music for the follow-up to 2014’s Symmetry In Black, with vocals to be laid down later this month.

Windstein tells Monkeygoose: “It’s ten tracks, 47 minutes, and it’ll probably be a little shorter with fadeouts or whatever.

“It’s more meat and potatoes – on the last few records we brought a lot of new elements into the band, without deviating too far from what Crowbar is about.

“But I went back and started listening to early Crowbar, and it’s more of that attitude, but more mature.”

He adds: “It’s every bit as angry, every bit as heavy, every bit as depressed. But doing it this many years later, I really like what we’ve got going on.”

The band launch a European tour in May.

Crowbar European tour

May 01: Rostock MAU Club, Germany
May 02: Wiesbaden Kulturzentrum Schalchthof EV, Germany
May 03: Bremen Tivoli, Germany
May 04: Essen Turock, Germany
May 05: Leipzig Werk 2, Germany
May 06: Munich Backstage Halle, Germany
May 08: Hasselt Muziekodroom, Belgium
May 09: Karlsruhe Die Stadtmitte, Germany
May 10: Coblenz Circus Maximus, Germany
May 11: Zurich Dynamo, Switzerland
May 12: Saint Jean de Vedas Secret Place, France
May 13: Bilbao Kristonfest, Spain
May 14: Toulouse Le Saint des Seins, France
May 15: Paris Glazart, France
May 16: Hengelo Metropool, Netherlands
May 17: Hamburg Logo, Germany
May 19: Vesterbro Vega, Denmark
May 21: Oslo BLA, Norway

Not only is one-time online news editor Martin an established rock journalist and drummer, but he’s also penned several books on music history. He’s appeared on TV and when not delving intro all things music, can be found travelling along the UK’s vast canal network.