Crowbar announces November Tour with Municipal Waste
The legendary masters of NOLA sludge, Crowbar, will return to the stage this November supporting Municipal Waste. The ten-date US journey will commence November 13th in Indianapolis, Indiana and come to a close November 23rd in Grand Rapids, Michigan. Additional support will be provided by Skeletal Remains and Dead Heat.
Comments the band, “We are so excited to get back on the road! This pandemic has been horrible for so many people and has affected their lives tremendously. We just feel blessed to be able to play some music for our fans again.”
Tickets are on sale NOW! See all confirmed dates below.
Crowbar w/ Municipal Waste, Skeletal Remains, Dead Heat:
11/13/2021 Emerson Theater – Indianapolis, IN [tickets]
11/14/2021 Piere’s – Ft. Wayne, IN [tickets]
11/16/2021 Warsaw – Brooklyn, NY [tickets]
11/17/2021 Big Night Live – Boston, MA [tickets]
11/18/2021 Wally’s – Hampton, NH [tickets]
11/19/2021 Spirit Hall – Pittsburgh, PA [tickets]
11/20/2021 Grog Shop – Cleveland, OH [tickets]
11/21/2021 Riverfront Live – Cincinnati, OH [tickets]
11/22/2021 St. Andrews Hall – Detroit, MI [tickets]
11/23/2021 Elevation – Grand Rapids, MI [tickets]
For nearly three decades, the name Crowbar has been synonymous with the word “HEAVY.” Since rising ominously from the swamplands of New Orleans in 1990, they’ve been hailed internationally as one of the world’s foremost purveyors of crushing, melodic sludge. The band’s most recent release, The Serpent Only Lies, issued in 2016 via Entertainment One (eOne) in North America and SPV overseas, is both an affirmation of the group’s staying power and a nod to their legacy. It’s an album that stands toe-to-toe with those early Crowbar classics while maintaining the lumbering hooks of mid-period standouts like 1998’s Odd Fellows Rest and 2000’s Equilibrium. Metal Injection wrote, “With Crowbar being part of the great foundation that makes sludge metal, The Serpent Only Lies encompasses so much of the sound we love of sludge, while finding itself in a place where it is at once heavy, but has room for opportunity.” Added Blabbermouth, “Windstein was born to write crushing riffs. He continues to churn out riffs that will likely make two Hessians driving around blasting the album simultaneously look at one another in acknowledgment of ‘that riff!’ Which one? Those amazing riffs are peppered throughout the album…”
Already listed among the most anticipated records of 2021 by esteemed metal outlets like Revolver, Decibel, BrooklynVegan, MetalSucks, and so many others, Crowbar’s forthcoming new full-length promises a sonic bone crush like no other. Stay tuned.