CROWBAR: New Studio Photos Available Online

August 18, 2003

A bunch more photos of the new CROWBAR lineup — guitarist/vocalist Kirk Windstein (DOWN),bassist Rex Brown (PANTERA, DOWN) and drummer Craig Nunenmacher (BLACK LABEL SOCIETY) — recording their new album, tentatively titled "You Don't Need An Enemy To Have A War", have been posted online at this location.

As previously reported, CROWBAR entered the studio on July 28 to begin tracking the effort for a late 2003 release through Spitfire Records. Warren Riker (DOWN) and Brown are handling the production duties on the album, which will mark the group's first release since 2001's "Sonic Excess In Its Purest Form".

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