|New Orleans sludge metal masters Crowbar have lined up a ten date UK tour in March in the wake of rave reviews of their 11th studio album ‘The Serpent Only Lies’, which was released on October 28th on Steamhammer / SPV.
“We are super excited to announce our upcoming UK tour in support of our new record ‘THE SERPENT ONLY LIES’! The UK has always been great to us, and it's been too long... Get ready, CROWBAR is bringing the HEAVY!!!” states front man and riff lord Kirk Windstein. Dates are:-
Thurs. 16th March BIRMINGHAM Institute 2
Fri. 17th March SHEFFIELD The Plug
Sat. 18th March GLASGOW King Tuts
Sun. 19th March MANCHESTER Academy 3
Mon. 20th March LONDON Tufnell Park Dome
Tue. 21st March DUBLIN Voodoo Lounge
Weds. 22nd March BELFAST Limelight 2
Thurs. 23rd March READING Sub 89
Fri. 24th March SOUTHAMPTON Engine Rooms
Sat. 25th March BRISTOL Bierkeller
‘The Serpent Only Lies’, which crashed into the UK’s Rock And Metal Charts at 31 and 8 in the Indie Album Breakers Chart, was awarded 7/10 by Metal Hammer’s Joe Daly, who stated in the December 2016 issue that “Crowbar have consistently paced themselves ahead of their genre with a penchant for embedding absurdly catchy hooks into the walls of their riffs and concussive tracks like ‘Embrace The Light’ and the galloping ‘I Am The Storm’ showcase this prowess with chest-thumping swagger. Recalling the corrosive ferocity of their strongest efforts, ‘The Serpent Only Lies’ is steady, infectious, and heavy as fuck.”
Terrorizer’s Iain Glasper rated the album 8.5/10 in the December 2016 (Crowbar front cover) issue, proclaiming “Damn, it’s been 25 years since their debut, but Crowbar are still so fucking heavy it hurts! In fact, ‘Plasmic And Pure’ might just be the heaviest thing they have done since ‘I Have Failed’ on their self-titled sophomore album. And it’s not just those massive lumbering riffs that are in full effect; all the magic ingredients with which they constructed those immense classic releases are thankfully present on ‘The Serpent Only Lies’. Kirk still pens some of the most painfully raw, honest lyrics in metal, and his delivery is second to none, striking the perfect balance between anguish, rage and poignancy, wringing bittersweet melodies from the depths of anger and despair, where really none should reside.”
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