Kirk Windstein (Crowbar) Premieres “Dream In Motion” Music Video

Kirk Windstein (Crowbar) has premiered a new video for his new song “Dream In Motion.” This is the title track of his new solo album, which will be released on January 24.

“Dream In Motion” Track Listing:

01. “Dream In Motion”
02. “Hollow Dying Man”
03. “Once Again”
04. “Enemy In Disguise”
05. “The World You Know”
06. “Toxic”
07. “The Healing”
08. “Necropolis”
09. “The Ugly Truth”
10. “Aqualung” (Jethro Tull cover)

Windstein said the following about the new record, which was originally going to be an acoustic release:

“Nothing against [making an acoustic record,] but It’s been done a million times. But I had been thinking about doing something a little more mellow for some time. It’s something I wanted to do, I needed to do. It’s another side of my songwriting, my personality.

It’s another side of me. It’s something I did for myself. It’s not even that this isn’t heavy, because there are bits and pieces that are very heavy. But even the heaviest riff on this is something I couldn’t really do in Crowbar. If some Crowbar fans don’t like it, I’ll understand. But I hope people dig it.”

Crowbar’s Kirk Windstein In The Studio Working On New Solo Album

Crowbar’s Kirk Windstein has been working on his new solo album at OCD Recording And Production in Metairie, LA. The following photo was shared:

[via The PRP]

Crowbar’s Kirk Windstein Says He Is Working On A “Mellow” Solo Album

During an appearance on Jamey Jasta’s (Hatebreed, etc.) “The Jasta Show,” Crowbar’s Kirk Windstein revealed that he is working on a “mellow” solo album. He said the following:

“…I’m doing a solo record, but we don’t want everyone to have a preconceived notion as to what it’s gonna be. It’s not an acoustic record. It’s mellow, dark music, basically is what it is.”

He also added:

“…It’s got a lot of everything in it, but it’s just much more mellow than… It’s my version of a mellow Crowbar basically. But it’s very… It’s heavily influenced by The Beatles and stuff like that and it’s coming along really well…”

[via The PRP]