Crippled Black Phoenix
Live Poznan: Album hits August
Crippled Black Phoenix are to release a double disc live album entitled “Live Poznan” on 19 August 2013 through Cool Green Recordings, part of the Mascot Label Group [Cat. No. CGR 7402 2]. “Live Poznan” follows the success of the band’s last albums “(Mankind) The Crafty Ape” and “No Sadness & Farewell” which charted in multiple European countries. “Live Poznan” serves up the band’s customary large dose of rock, the volumes have been turned up and the self-awareness is ever-present. And at the heart of the sonics there’s the theme of misery-vs-hope, a well-known Crippled Black Phoenix motif. The album was recorded in Poland, late 2011.
Crippled Black Phoenix started in 2004 when Justin Greaves (formerly the drummer of Iron Monkey, Electric Wizard, Teeth Of Lions Rule The Divine, The Varukers, etc) picked up a borrowed guitar and began to make simple demos. 8 years, 5 critically acclaimed albums and quite a few line-up changes later, Crippled Black Phoenix is a force to reckoned with.
1 Intro / Troublemaker / 2 Fantastic Justice / 3 Of A Lifetime / 4 Song For The Loved / 5 The Brain / Poznan / 6 Goodnight, Europe / 7 The Heart Of Every Country
1 Release The Clowns / 2 444 / 3 We Forgotten Who We Are / 4 Rise Up And Fight / 5 Bella Ciao / 6 Born For Nothing / Paranoid Arm Of Narcoleptic Empire
Crippled Black Phoenix are leading the way in the underground alt-progressive genre and “Poznan Live” is another addition to the output of an increasingly important British band. The band tour continental Europe in July and perform at Leeds’ Damnation Festival in November 2013.
For more information or to request an interview please contact Chris Hewlett on 0845 601 2833 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
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