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CROWBAR's New Album Has "A Lot More Doomy Riffs"

"It's got a lot of harmonies and it's got a lot more doomy riffs."

Crowbar vocalist and guitarist Kirk Windstein is about to drop an old-school Crowbar record on us all real soon. Windstein tells Does It Doom? that the new record has a lot of guitar harmonies and "a lot more doomy riffs" without much of the faster songs.

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"It's really a killer record — I love it. It's got a lot of [guitar] harmonies and it's got a lot more doomy riffs. We only had one proper fast song — one of our more upbeat, hardcore-type, Motorhead speed, I call it, type tunes; we've only got one like that. Out of all 10 tracks, besides that one tune, there's only maybe two other fast, what I would consider fast, songs on the whole record. So it's kind of a throwback but a modern, more mature touch on it."

"We're all super, super happy with the way it came out. The production's amazing, again from Duane Simoneaux. The guitar tone's amazing. The songs themselves are great; I'm really happy. It's really one of the only Crowbar records that I'm really happy with everything — every riff, I'm happy with the tones, with the production, with the lyrics, with the way I sang; the whole nine yards. So I'm really just loving it, to be honest — I really am."

The new Crowbar record is still expected out in 2020.

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