CROWBAR – Streaming Another New Song! “Sever The Wicked Hand” Releases February 8, 2011!

(New York, NY) – CROWBAR have released another brand new song, “Let Me Mourn” from their upcoming release “Sever The Wicked Hand”, due out in the U.S. on February 8th, 2011, on eOne Music. “This is one of my personal favorites on the record.  Haunting vocals and melodies. Low tuned doom at it’s finest”, says front man Kirk Windstein.

“Let Me Mourn” can be heard here: NOISECREEP

The band will release their crushing, long-awaited new studio album, “Sever The Wicked Hand” on Tuesday, February 8th, 2011 via eOne Music. The full album is available now for pre-order on iTunes. Just go here to get it:

The new album, produced by Kirk Windstein and mixed by Zeuss, is the band’s first new album of all new original studio material since 2005’s “Lifesblood For The Downtrodden”. Windstein recently told Decibel Magazine, “This is probably the most important record of Crowbar’s career”.

NOISECREEP.COM is debuting a the first new track called “The Cemetery Angels” recently which can be heard here: NOISECREEP

(Source: eOne Music press release, December 20, 2010)

* For more info on CROWBAR, just click on the links below:

CROWBAR – Official Website

CROWBAR – myspace music

Kirk Windstein


Kirk Windstein – vocals & guitar

Matthew Brunson – guitar

Patrick Bruders – bass

Tommy Buckley – drums

Track Listing For Sever The Wicked Hand:

Isolation (Desperation)

Sever The Wicked Hand

Liquid Sky And Cold Black Earth

Let Me Mourn

The Cemetery Angels

As I Become One

A Farewell To Misery

Protectors Of The Shrine

I Only Deal In Truth

Echo An Eternity

Cleanse Me, Heal Me





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