Crowbar plan three re-issues

2010-08-05 by Dr Dave De Sylvia STAFF | 4 Comments
Sludge metal pioneers Crowbar will re-issue their three most recognised albums - 1993's Crowbar, 1994's Live +1 and 1995's Time Heals Nothing - in the US on October 5.

The band are currently recording their first album since 2005's Lifesblood for the Downtrodden with a release planned early next year.

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eternium
August 5th 2010
16352 Comments


Great band.

Voivod
Staff Reviewer
August 8th 2010
6693 Comments


i have Obedience Thru Suffering from them, but i wasn't amazed...

where should i start with this band?

Digging: Brannthorde - Auf Teufel Komm Raus

AnvilJ
August 10th 2010
124 Comments


Odd Fellows Rest you should start with.

AnvilJ
August 10th 2010
124 Comments


The only album I have never cared for is Broken Glass. All others are fantastic. Lifesblood is very good. We need a new album.



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