Crowbar Return To Their Roots On New Album (Recap)
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." Watch the full interview - here.
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