Crowbar has a new album coming out this year! Down will be celebrating 25 years since their seminal debut was released! AND we get Kirk Windstein’s first ever solo outing to boot? How are we all so lucky? And most importantly, how is Kirk Windstein so goddamn amazing to bestow this much Sludge awesomeness upon us in 2020? Those questions and more will (most likely) be answered if you read on…or, at the very least, you’ll get a pretty decent review of Dream In Motion which is out on January 24th.[Read more…]
2020 has a lot going for it already with a slew of stellar albums dropping right at the start AND a year where Ozzy will release new material is a feat in itself. Also on the horizon beyond what we’ve listed below is a new beast from Rawk Gods Aeges (Review coming soon), more maniacal mayhem from Dog Fashion Disco, Megadeth’s triumphant return, and the original members of Static X reuniting to bring the late Wayne Static’s final recordings to light as a whole new full-length due this May. Hell, even Duran Duran will supposedly be back this spring with the follow up to 2015’s Paper Gods!
But I digress.[Read more…]
Crowbar will always hold a special place in my heart. While Pantera is technically the first live “show” I ever attended it was Crowbar, who opened, who will always be the first band I ever saw live. [Read more…]