April 17, 2002

DOWN guitarist/CROWBAR frontman Kirk Windstein recently told Australia's Undercover News that believes that, contrary to recent rumors, PANTERA will regroup and make another album in the not-too-distant future. “I am pretty sure they are going to do another record,” Kirk is quoted as saying. “I know there has been a lot [of rumors] in the press and that is [DOWN/PANTERA frontman] Phil [Anselmo] and/or [DOWN/PANTERA bassist] Rex [Brown]'s business. Whatever they do is cool with me as long as we still have DOWN. I don't care if they do 10 more PANTERA records. PANTERA is one of my favourite bands of all time. I'd like to hear more. I think they'll work it out and I think they will do something.”

As for Windstein's main project CROWBAR, Kirk stated that “right now DOWN is my priority. I've been going a long time with CROWBAR. We still tour Europe once or twice a year and we are always touring America. We do it at the 'roughing it' type level, like in a van and playing small clubs. We obviously don't do it for the money. It's time to take a break right now but I fully intend on doing more with CROWBAR. We put out 8 records in 10 years. It's time for a little break and concentrate on the DOWN thing.”

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