CROWBAR Featured In 'Ghosts Of The Road' Day-In-The-Life-Of Portrait Series
April 1, 2015
FreqsTV recently launched "Ghosts Of The Road", an intimate day-in-the-life-of portrait series, featuring some of today's top rock and metal acts as they navigate a rigorous life on the road. Filmed entirely on one day during a band's tour, these episodes capture the everyday goings-on of a modern rock tour from arrival until the band hits the stage. This fly-on-the-wall perspective aims to offer more to the fans than the traditional mic-in-the-face interview.
"Ghosts Of The Road" presents a personal portrait of today's top acts as they work hard to bring the rock to the masses. New episodes are being released every Thursday and include such acts as AT THE GATES, PROTEST THE HERO, GOTTHARD, AMORPHIS, THE TEMPERANCE MOVEMENT and more. The series is presented by Germany's Guitar magazine.
The latest "Ghosts Of The Road" episode featuring New Orleans sludge metal veterans CROWBAR can be seen below.
FreqsTV is an all-music documentary channel on YouTube consisting of original programming focused on the rock and metal genres. Series will include tour documentaries, artist portraits, spotlights-on-scenes, features on independent labels and pioneers of DIY music technology.
CROWBAR's latest album, "Symmetry In Black", sold around 3,900 copies in the United States in its first week of release to debut at position No. 68 on The Billboard 200 chart.
CROWBAR's previous CD, 2011's "Sever The Wicked Hand", opened with around 3,500 units to land at position No. 4 on the Top New Artist Albums (Heatseekers) chart, which lists the best-selling albums by new and developing artists, defined as those who have never appeared in the Top 100 of The Billboard 200.
"Symmetry In Black" came out in North America on May 27, 2014 via Entertainment One Music. The CD, which was made available in Europe on May 26, 2014 through Century Media Records, was produced by CROWBAR guitarist/vocalist Kirk Windstein and Duane Simoneaux and was mixed by Josh Wilbur (LAMB OF GOD, GOJIRA).
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