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Exhorder's current lineup is as follows:
Kyle Thomas - Vocals
Vinnie Labella - Guitar
Jay Ceravolo - Guitar
Chris Nail - Drums
Frankie Sparcello - Bass
Poland's Metal Mind Productions re-released the two albums (1990's "Slaughter in the Vatican" and 1992's "The Law") from Exhorder in May 2008. Each limited-edition digipack title (limited to 2,000 copies) was made available on golden disc, digitally remastered using 24-bit technology.
Crowbar will support Brazilian/American thrashers Sepultura on their upcoming European tour. Also scheduled to appear are Hamlet and Gama Bomb.
Crowbar recently parted ways with guitarist Steve Gibb and replaced him with Matthew Brunson, bassist of Kingdom Of Sorrow (the band featuring Crowbar guitarist/vocalist Kirk Windstein). Windstein states, "We, of course, all remain very good friends with Steve Gibb, but his personal training business and gym are doing great, I'm happy to report, but that, and his family at home, simply do not give him the time to play with Crowbar any longer. We love him dearly and thank him for his dedication while he was jamming with Crowbar."
Crowbar's November 20, 2009 concert at the City Club in Houma, Louisiana was recorded for an upcoming live album. The CD is expected to be released later this year via Down/ex-Pantera singer Philip Anselmo's record label Housecore Records.
Crowbar's forthcoming box set, which will also be released via Housecore, will include the full self-titled demo from the pre-Crowbar band The Slugs that was recorded in April 1990. Songs include "Subversion", "A Breed Apart", "My Agony", "No Quarter" (Led Zeppelin cover), "My 4 Walls" and the unreleased track "Brain Freeze".
Crowbar will re-release the majority of its back catalog through Housecore Records. Also planned is a CD of new material.