Crowbar To Return To The UK For Huge 2014 Tour

Crowbar 2013 Band Photo

Ahead of the release of their latest new album (time scale yet to be confirmed but definitely 2014), the masters of New Orleans doom metal Crowbar have announced plans for an extensive UK tour. The band are currently hard at work in OCD studios in their NOLA hometown, working on the follow up to 2010’s “Sever The Wicked Hand”.

The trek across the UK will take in ten shows across England and Scotland, beginning in Manchester on the 28th of February 2014 and finishing up with their lone Scottish date at King Tuts in Glasgow on the 9th of March 2014. Full details of the tour dates can be found below:


28th – Manchester – Sound Control


1st – Sheffield – Corporation
2nd – Nottingham – Rescue Rooms
3rd – Bristol – Thekla
4th – London – The Garage
5th – Portsmouth – Wedgewood Rooms
6th – Liverpool – O2 Academy 2
7th – Stoke-on-Trent – The Sugarmill
8th – Wolverhampton – Slade Rooms – Black Country Metal Fest III
9th – Glasgow – King Tuts

Crowbar’s main man Kirk Windstein is very upbeat about having focused his energies entirely on Crowbar and is looking forward to bringing this latest tour to the fans:

“Crowbar is my heart and soul. The music is a part of me that I am extremely proud of. It’s an amazing feeling to be putting all of my energy and focus into something that I created 25 years ago! We are extremely excited to record our 10th full length album and to bring the riffs to as many people as possible on tour. See you on the road!”

In addition to their UK tour in February and March, Crowbar have lined up a busy summer of European and American festivals including the infamous Maryland Deathfest, France’s Hellfest and of course the UK’s own Bloodstock Open Air 2014! Further updates from the Crowbar camp will follow when we have any more news. You can keep up-to-date with Crowbar over at their Facebook page in the mean time.

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