That’s cool. I mean, they’re cute enough. I approve.
I have no idea what they sound like, but…does it matter?
Swedish all-girl hard rock quartet Crucified Barbara have inked a deal with Nuclear Blast Records for North America, New Zealand, and Australia.
The band’s third studio album, The Midnight Chase, will be released in North America this summer. The CD was recorded at Music-A-Matic Vintage Recording Studio in Gothenberg, Sweden, with sound engineer Henryk Lipp and producer Chips Kiesby.
“We’re really proud of our new album and so incredibly happy that Nuclear Blast will release it!,” says the band in a statement.
“They’ve always worked with the coolest bands and now all of a sudden, we’re one of them. This is the beginning of a long, hard-rockin’ friendship!”
The band features bassist Ida Evileye, the wife of Meshuggah’s Tomas Haake.
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